Math 314H SYLLABUS Spring Semester 2001

TEXT: Thomas Shores, Applied Linear Algebra and Matrix Analysis, 3rd Ed.

The following syllabus is approximate. Prior to each class you should determine what is to be covered and read the relevant material in the text. As soon as it is covered in class, you should complete at minimum the assigned problems below.

Week Beginning Sections Problems

January 8 1.1 p.7: 1ab,2ab,3,ab,7

1.2 p.17: 1,2ac,3ac,4ac,5ac,6ab,11

1.3 p.27: 1ab,2ab,3ab,6,8

NO CLASS JANUARY 15: MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY.

January 16 1.4 p.38: 1,2abc,3a,5,7,9

2.1 p.54: 1,2,4,5,7

Chapter Exam 1

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, IS THE LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW FROM THE

COURSE WITH NO "W" APPEARING ON YOUR TRANSCRIPT.

January 22 2.2 p.60: 1,2,4,6,7,8,11

2.3 p.71: 1,2,3,4

January 29 2.4 p.82: 1,2abc,4,5,7,8a,9ab,13

2.5 p.94: 1abe,2,4,6,8,12

February 5 2.6 p.104: 1,2abch,4,5,9

2.7 p.113: 2,3ab,5

February 12 Chapter Exam 2

3.1 p.134: 1,4,5,7,10

February 19 3.2 p.141: 1,2,4,6,9,10,11ab

3.3 p.150: 1-6,8,11,13

February 26 3.4 p.159: 1ab,2,4,6

3.5 p.164: 1,2,4,5,6

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, IS THE LAST DAY TO CHANGE P/NP STATUS.

March 5 3.6 p.173: 1abc,2,3,4,8,9,10,13

3.7 p.178: 1,2,3,4

NO CLASS MARCH 10-18: SPRING BREAK.

March 19 4.1 p.191: 1ab,2,3ab,4,6

Chapter Exam 3

March 26 4.2 p.200: 1,2,4,6

4.3 p.208: 1ab,2,4a-d,7,13

April 2 5.1 p.222: 1abc,2abc,4abc,8,11

5.2 p.230: 1ab,2,3ab,4,7

Chapter Exam 4

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, IS THE LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW FROM THE COURSE.

April 9 5.3 p.238: 1a-d,2ab,3ab,5,7

5.4 p.243: 1ab,2ab,3ab,5

6.1 p.265: 1,2,3,4,7

April 16 6.2 p.274:

6.3 p.284: 1,2,4ab,5a,8ab

Chapter Exam 5

April 23 6.4 p.293: 1,2,3,5,9

Special topics and review

Final Exam: The time for the final exam is 7:30-9:30 am, Thursday, May 3, in 104 BH.

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