Note: The ``T'' problems are theoretical problems. Working these problems will be very beneficial to your understanding of the subject. However, they will not be chosen for grading.
|1.4||3,9b,11,13a,15,T10a,T17,T23,T27||Properties of Matrix Multiplication|
|1.5||1,7,9ab,11,15b,19,21,23||Solving Linear Systems|
|1.6||1,5b,7a,9b,11,13,18,19,T3,T5,T8||Inverse of a Matrix|
|3.1||5,11b,13,21ab||Vectors in the Plane|
|3.2||1,13b,15,17,21b,23,T5||Vectors in n Dimensions|
|3.6||3,5a,6a,9b,11a,17||Lines and Planes|
|4.4||1,5,7,9,11,17,19,21||Bases and Dimension|
|4.6||1,3,11,13,19,20,21,29||Rank of a Matrix|
|4.7||2,3,4,7,9,13,19,T1,T2||Change of Basis|
|5.2||2a,5,9,11,13,17||Diagonalization of Symmetric Matrices|
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