How can we help?

Yeah, there should really be exercises per topic at least,  especially when the videos are like 20 min long.

i think the four practice exercises in "vectors and spaces: vectors" are great.  those four practice exercises compliment the seven videos they are associated with.  there are about 30 more videos in the vectors and spaces without complimentary practice excercises.  so, a rough guess , based on the ratio of the included practice excersises to their complimentary videos is about one to two. so, there should be an additional 15 practice excersises in the vectors and spaces subsection of linear algebra alone.  then there are two additional subsections.  I will try to post recommended example problems in the comment section and would like it to be a part of the course.

I agree

I know that Khan Academy is adding some exercises to Multivariable Calculus this July, but I would LOVE for there to be exercises for Linear Algebra by the Spring semester. I am trying to manage teaching Dual-Enrollment both in a hybrid and entirely virtual environment, and my school district isn't taking any new applications for software approval. Having exercises for my students to practice with support is really important when I don't "see" them for class time, and many of them watch my lectures asynchronously. Having them submit pictures of their work for feedback is manageable every once in a while, but grading 80 pictures of multivariable calculus or linear algebra work every week is A LOT when I'm trying to focus on engaging my students, creating materials, hosting live sessions, and doing the same for an entirely different subject.

As someone who wants to do game development myself, I cannot stress this enough - linear algebra on KA needs some TLC right NOW. Sure, you got vector exc-

*gets thudded* Hoy! What about the other areas of LA? There are no practice questions for that kind of stuff!

Yeah, that's my mind saying that, but that above line is also essential. When you deal with other non-vector-related areas of game development that can test your understanding of linear algebra, that's not enough. freeCodeCamp also had their say on LA, but not before dropping a 20-hour course for those who are interested in dabbling with that math area.

Couldn't agree more, are there any supplement materials/practice questions you guys found else where...?

I find that I really need the hands on excercises in order to understand the material of the videos. It seems a shame to not make the excercises when the videos have been made. It would be nice to have the possibllity to learn liniear algebra on Khan. Else maybe Khan Academy should consider to remove the liniear algebra section.

It's been five years since this post, and there still aren't any practice exercises (other than for the first section of the first unit). Khan Academy, please hear me and add exercises to linear algebra.

Please put this on the top of the list, it would be nice seeing changes happen before next academic year

I agree :)

Hope there will be exercises some day for Linear Algebra, but no hate to KA, only love ❤️

Still waiting for this! I am extremely thankful for KA, but it seems I won't be able to rely on them for linear algebra. I hope they eventually grow their library to include it so that future students can use the tool. Very sad that I can't use the best online learning tool for this subject.

Seven years since this post and there's still no exercises for Linear Algebra ☹️

139 videos to watch, and only 4 exercises are available.

I've also been on Khan Academy recently to refresh my math because I'll be studying grad school and it helps me a lot! (I've been out of school for so many years now). I really appreciate how Khan Academy makes learning math so fun, including Algebra 1 and 2, and (pre) Calculus. However, it would be really nice to have Linear Algebra exercises as well. Even if I'm not going to grad school I'd be happy to just brush up my math for fun, to unlearn and de-traumatize myself from math that was taught during my school years.

Calling Barry the Chief Opurrating Officer :)

It seems that it would be so much easier to mass generate data for exercises now with chatGPT. Really hope Khan Academy can add some soon 🤞🤞

Still waiting.

Please do consider adding exercises to compliment the videos, that would make the course at least 5 times better than it currently is! I'm learning this stuff on my free time and definitely would love practice problems