# How hard is Discrete Mathematics and linear algebra?

I think it’s different for everyone. Many linear algebra classes are very accessible at the beginning, then become more abstract in the second half. For students who have not encountered abstract mathematics before, this jump can be very difficult, but the concepts themselves are pretty simple.

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Discrete math isn’t hard, just a little disjointed (at least when I took it). The main problem I had was it was divided into 4 rough sections (symbolic logic and proofs, set theory, probability, and graph theory) that didn’t build upon the previous section, so I was really rusty on set theory and logic and proofs when the final came around. It’s on the same academic level as Cal I, so it’s not that complicated. Linear algebra is a different animal. It’s one of those courses that the professor can make as easy or as hard as he wants. The matrix algebra is always easy, but vector space theory can be extremely easy or extremely abstract. I’ve taken Cal I – III, ODEs, PDEs, and linear algebra, and LA was the hardest of them by a long shot.