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Linear Algebra SyllabusCourse Description: Linear algebra is a fundamental branch of
mathematics dealing with the Text Book: Elementary Linear Algebra, 9th Edition, 2005, by Anton and Rorres Prerequisite: Calculus III, Math 335. Office Hours: 10am MTWF, 2pm MTW. Other times by appointment. My
schedule and office Practice Problems: Once material has been covered in class it is
expected that you will work Homework: Regular assignments and their due date will be announced in
class. These assignments Exams: Exams will be held in class on Monday February 2nd, Monday
March 2nd, and Monday Attendance: Students are expected to be present at every class.
Success in this course requires Grading: Grades will be based on 3 onehour exams (a total of 300
points), homework assignments
Makeup Exams: Departmental policy dictates that makeup exams are to be given under extenuating circumstances only. No makeup quizzes will be given. Course Outline and Tentative Schedule

Week  Date  Section  Topic 
1  Jan 12  §1.1  Systems of Linear Equations 
§1.2  Gaussian Elimination  
§1.3  Matrices and Matrix Operations  
2  Jan 19  §1.4  Inverses; Matrix Arithmetic 
§1.5  Elementary Matrices and the Inverse  
3  Jan 26  §1.6  Systems of Equations and Invertibility 
§1.7  Diagonal, Triangular, Symmetric Matrices  
4  Feb 2  §2.1  Determinants by Cofactor Expansion 
§2.2  Determinants by Row Reduction  
5  Feb 9  §2.3  The Determinant Function 
§2.4  Combinatorial Approach to Determinants  
6  Feb 16  Ch 3  Vectors in 2Space and 3Space 
§4.1  Euclidean nSpace  
7  Feb 23  §4.2  Linear Transformations from R^{n} to R^{m} 
§4.3  Properties of Linear Transformations  
8  Mar 2  §4.4  Linear Transformations and Polynomials 
Mar 9    Spring Break  
9  Mar 16  §5.1  Real Vector Spaces 
§5.2  Subspaces  
10  Mar 23  §5.3  Linear Independence 
§5.4  Basis and Dimension  
11  Mar 30  §5.5  Row Space, Column Space and Nullspace 
§5.6  Rank and Nullity  
12  Apr 6  §6.1  Inner Product Spaces 
§6.2  Angles and Orthogonality in Inner Product Spaces  
13  Apr 13  §6.3  Orthogonal Bases; GramSchmidt Process 
§7.1  Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors  
14  Apr 20  §7.2  Diagonalization 
§8.1  General Linear Transformations  
15  Apr 27  §8.2  Kernel and Range 
  Review  
May 4  Final Exam: Monday May 4th, 911am. 
Sections may be skipped or other sections added as time allows.