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Gold Member. Are you learning these topics for the first time? Are these books to supplement an existing book you are using but do not like? Is this for a class, or did you pick these topics out yourself?

What kind of engineering? I took a class out of Wylie - it was reasonable. A full-fledged linear algebra book may be preferrable - Anton or Strang intro to linear algebra are both reasonable, although most intro books will not cover Cayley-Hamilton theory, even though at least in electrical engineering it does come up from time to time. By the way, none of the "advanced engineering math" books I am familiar with will cover the 1st order pde topics you listed. You will need a real pde book for that. The most elementary one is by Farlow; if you want something more involved I like "elementary applied partial differential equations" by haberman.

HOpefully you have a library to look at books to find what you like. Make sure that you eventually learn probability theory as well. It is essential. One addition: engineers typically do not need "depth". None of the books I listed are deep. Only worry about "deep" if you are really interested and have the time! There are a few things I've already learnt before, and a few that I haven't. The topics I posted, are what my college covers in first semester. I just recently started with Kreyszig. Should I continue? Or is there something better. B Thomas Calculus is a genius of a book.

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Did it in high school. I doubt it's going to help in engineering though. If I were you I would keep going with Kreyszig, unless for some reason you find it hard to learn from. By the way, I have found that most of what I learned in Thomas was indeed useful as basic single-variable, multi-variable and vector calculus are standard tools. You can take previous year 1st year papers after completing Kreyszig.

Many Profs. Also, after reading your posts again, I'd like to ask you, is going deep and understanding maths really not that important for an Electronics engineer? How do you suggest it should be studied? I mean, should it be learnt based on problem solving tricks and all that sort of things that come with rigorous practice, or should the subject be understood, and then solved tactically? I hope this is a valid question and means something, because this the question that keeps running in my head.

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Also, if you can now once more suggest a book you think I should do from, it'd be great. You'd know better as an electronics engineer as to what is important and what isn't. I've given Kreyszig a start, and I must say it's a pretty awesome book. I'm a fresher almost lost with how to approach.

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