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Notes on typography:
Square brackets [ ] around matrices,
including column vectors, are generally omitted here.
The notation "V_k" is used to indicate "V" with subscript "k".
For example, if there are three variables in a linear equations
problem they will often be denoted x_1, x_2, x_3.
The notation "a^3" is used to indicate "a" with the superscript 3.
E.g., R^2 indicates the vector space of 2 by 1 real column vectors.
We use "u.v" to indicate the dot product of the vectors u and v.
In characteristic polynomial problems we use x instead of lambda.
Organizational/Syllabus Information *
Syllabus Handout of 1/17/01 *
Syllabus Handout of 1/26/01 *
Syllabus Information of 2/7/01 *
Syllabus for March 5 - April 19
Comments on Quiz 1 *
Comments on Quiz 2 *
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Comments on Quiz 4 * Comments and solutions for Exam 1
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Suggestions for Homework #7 Problems *
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Comments and solutions for Exam 2 *
Suggestions for Homework #9 *
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Summary of material for Exam 1 and practice problems *
Summary of material for Exam 2 and practice problems
Summary of Material from 4.4 - 7.3, 9.1, and practice
Additional practice problems on spaces of matrices
and polynomials (9.1)
Uniqueness of the Reduced Row Echelon Form
Finding a basis for a kernel or image
More on kernels and images
Example of Finding QR Factorization
The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
Similarity of Matrices over the Complex Numbers