midtermI_study_guide.pdf - MATH 102 Fall 2019 − Midterm I Study Guide The following provides a list of concepts that you should be familiar with for

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MATH 102 Fall 2019 - Midterm I Study Guide The following provides a list of concepts that you should be familiar with for the first midterm. It consists of essential points we have covered as well as some examples that appeared in lecture or in the homework together with occasional comments. You should also refer to the textbook, lecture notes and homework for an idea of what you may be expected to know. Reviewing examples done in lecture and assigned as homework will provide you with a solid understanding of concepts which may be tested. However, you may be asked to apply understanding of these concepts in new ways on the exam, so it is important that you master the underlying concepts and fully understand the motivation of each step of the solution in addition to knowing how to solve the exercises you review. Section 3.5 - Change of Basis Coordinate vector [ v ] E R n of an element v of a vector space V with respect to a given basis E .

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