Various math czars who help out.
Webpages: Lina, 2010 and which also has Lina, 2005, as well as Computational Linear Algebra from 2007 (Spring and Autumn), 2002 and 1998. All of my previous course “Notes, Exams and Links” are available from the Teaching Page.
...will be due, slid u n d e r my office door (Little Hall 402, Northeast corner) , no later than 10AM, Monday, 12Dec2011.
The final project must be carefully typed, but diagrams may be hand-drawn.
Lots better than getting hit by a truck!to
Somewhat better than getting hit by a truck!
The highly-anticipated and outrageously cheerful Class-B (pdf) entranced the cognoscenti with its clever use of rotation matrices, delighting Linear aficionados with mini-questions exploring linearly-independent sets.
Spontaneous cries of “Encore!” and “Author! Author!” were heard echoing about the hall. Critics effused over the exam's clean lines and minimalistic two-tone format. A Smash Hit!, was the consensus...
This demo page illustrates these linear transformations: Dilations, Rotations and Shears. It also shows the affine transformation of Translation.
We'll learn the Euclidean algorithm
in the form of the Lightning bolt algorithm
Please peruse the Wikipedia pages that define Group, Ring, Field as well as Set builder notation.
In all of my courses, attendance is absolutely required (excepting illness and religious holidays). In the unfortunate event that you miss a class, you are responsible to get all Notes / Announcements / TheWholeNineYards from a classmate, or several. All my classes have a substantial class-participation grade.
Our LinA class has a LISTSERV archive. I will email to each student how to post-to and read-from the Archive. (The archive is at a private URL, only for the use of the folks in our class.)
Our Lina syllabus has the first homework and reading assignment. It also mentions Class photo Day.
|Author:||Friedberg, Insel, Spence||ISBN:||978-0130084514|
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