Not too easy. Not too difficult.
You should take this course if you're actually interested in learning about applications of linear algebra, both abstract and concrete. However, you should only do so if you have the time and willingness to actually understand these concepts. Learning for the test will be much more difficult and much less fun.
Initially, you learn how to transform objects in two and three dimensions using this new language of linear algebra. However, eventually you can apply this to higher dimensions. You also learn about certain applications-- mainly computer software based-- like using matrices to encode search engine algorithms.
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Advice for students:
Don't assume you understand an idea just because you can use the formulas. Test your knowledge with conceptual problems, and if you don't understand something, go to office hours and ask many questions.