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MA 2071Linear Algebra A term 2004

Text: David C. Lay, Linear Algebra and its Applications

Professor: W. Farr, 105A Stratton, X5496, E-mail - bfarr
Office Hours: MTTh 9-11, or by appointment
Web page:
TA:Qun Fang Lu (floralqf)
PLAs: Jeff Simone (jss328), Matt Black (mblack), Deanna Wolfson (deanna)
Venera Varbanova (venera), Alyssa Lopes (alylopes), Chris Freeman (chrisf)

About this Course

The goals of this course are as follows.

Linear algebra is an essential part of the mathematics, science and engineering disciplines. The material in this course will be very important in your future studies.

Course Structure

This course meets four times a week for lectures, where the basic concepts will be introduced. There is also one conference section per week. In these sessions you will work in small groups, aided by Peer Learning Assistants or a Teaching Assistant. The PLAs and TA are there to facilitate your learning; they are not there to do the homework problems for you.

Material to be covered

Week 1
Linear equations and matrices
Secs. 1.1-1.4
Week 2
More on linear systems, linear transformations
Secs. 1.4-1.9
Week 3
Linear Models, Inverse of a matrix
Secs. 1.10, 2.1-2.3, 3.1, 3.2
Week 4
Determinants, vector spaces
Secs. 3.1, 3.2, 4.1-4.3
Week 5
More on vector spaces
Secs. 4.4-4.9
Week 6
Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
Secs. 5.1-5.3
Week 7
Overflow and review

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