Math 217 Homepage, Sections 001, 004

Instructor: Harm Derksen
3067 East Hall
(734) 763 2309
hderksen@umich.edu
Section 001: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am-10:00am
1060 East Hall
Section 004: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00am-12:00am
221 Dennison
Office hours: Monday, 1pm-2pm
Tuesday, 1pm-2pm
Friday, 2pm-3pm
or by appointment
Grade: Midterm Exam 1 (20%), Midterm Exam 2 (20%), Final Exam (30%), Homework (30%). The lowest homework score will be dropped.
Book: David C. Lay
Linear Algebra and its Applications, 3rd edition
ISBN:9780321287137
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday
Jan 4: 1.1
Jan 7: 1.2 Jan 8: 1.2 Jan 9: 1.3 Jan 11: 1.4
Jan 14:1.4/1.5 Jan 15:1.6 Jan 16: 1.5/1.7, Homework 1 due Jan 18:1.7
Jan 21: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Jan 22: Review Jan 23: 1.8 Homework 2 due Jan 25:1.9
Jan 28:2.1 Jan 29:2.1 Jan 30: 2.2 Homework 3 due Feb 1: 2.2
Feb 4: 2.3 Feb 5: Review Feb 6: Midterm Exam 1 Feb 8: 2.8
Feb 11: 2.8 Feb 12:2.9 Feb 13:2.9 Feb 15:3.1
Feb 18:3.1 Feb 19:3.2 Feb 20:3.3, Homework 4 due Feb 22:3.3
Feb 25: vacation Feb 26: vacation Feb 27: vacation Feb 29: vacation
Mar 3:4.1 Mar 4:4.1 examples Mar 5: 4.2,4.3,4.4,Homework 5 due Mar 74.4,4.5
Mar 10 4.6,4.7 Mar 11 4.7 Mar 12: 4.8, Homework 6 due Mar 14:5.1
Mar 17:Review Mar 18: 5.2/Review Mar 19: Midterm Exam 2 Mar 21:5.2
Mar 24 Mar 25 Mar 26: Homework 7 due Mar 28
Mar 31 Apr 1 Apr 2: Homework 8 due Apr 4
Apr 7 Apr 8 Apr 9: Apr 11: Homework 9 due
Apr 14 Apr 15: Review

Final Exam
Section 001: Wed, April 23, 4:00pm-5:40pm, East Hall, room B844.
Section 004: Tue, April 22, 1:30pm-3:10pm, Dennison, room 260.

Homework Assignments

Homework 1: 1.1: problems 12,14,20,24
(Note: there was a typo on the webpage where I wrote "13" instead of "14". So you may hand in problem #13 instead of #14.)
1.2: problems 2,4,14,24
1.3: problems 6,10,12,28
Homework 2: 1.4: problems 10,12,14,18,24
1.5: problems 6,12,18,24
1.6: problem 6
Homework 3: 1.7: problems 6.8.22.28
1.8: problems 4,18,22
1.9: problem 18
Midterm 1: Sections 1.1-1.9
Sections 2.1,2.2
No books or calculators are allowed
You may bring a "cheat-sheet", but it should not be larger than a one-sided piece of half a letter size piece of paper.
Homework 4: 2.1: 24
2.2: 10,32
2.3: 4,9,28
2.8: 18, 22, 26
2.9: 2,8,10
Homework 5: 3.1: 4,10,22,40
3.2: 14,26,28
3.3: 2,8,12,22,24
Homework 6: 4.1: 6,8,20,30,32
4.2: 30
4.4: 14,28
4.5: 22,24,28
Midterm 2: Sections 2.8,2.9
Sections 3.1,3.2,3.3
Sections 4.1-4.8
No books or calculators are allowed
You may bring a "cheat-sheet", but it should not be larger than a one-sided piece of half a letter size piece of paper.
Homework 7: 5.1:4,14,16,22 (give-away: the answer for part (c) is true),26.
5.2: 8,10,16,18.
Homework 8: 5.3:4,6,10,16,22,26,28
5.4:4,6,12,14,22
Homework 9: 5.5:2,24
6.1:14,20,24
6.2:10,11,24
6.3:10,16
6.4:4,8
Final: The following sections will be tested:
Sections 1.1-1.9
Sections 2.1,2.2,2.3,2.8,2.9
Sections 3.1,3.2,3.3
Sections 4.1-4.8
Sections 5.1-5.5
Section 6.1-6.7
There will be an emphasis on chapters 5 and 6
No books or calculators are allowed
You may bring a "cheat-sheet", but it should not be larger than a one-sided letter size piece of paper.

Practice problems for sections 6.5-6.7:
6.5:1,11,17,23
6.6:1,3,7
6.7:9,11,18,21,25