Math 3377 Spring 2011 Syllabus.docx

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Syllabus Course Information Instructor Information Semester – Spring 2011 Name – Max Warshauer Course – Math 3377 Office – ASB South 110 Section – Telephone – 245-2935 Class Time – MW 12:30 – 2:00PM Email – max@txstate.edu Class Room – DH 333 Index: @376205 Office Hours – MW 10:30-12 or by appointment Course Title – Linear Algebra Course Description –In this course, we will cover the fundamental ideas in linear algebra. We begin by studying linear equations and matrices. We use determinants to solve a system of linear equations with Cramer’s Rule. This is then generalized to vector spaces, where we study linear transformations, linearly dependent and independent sets, bases, and eigenvalues. The course concludes with orthogonality and least squares, the Gram-Schmidt process and regression lines. NOTE: The proposed schedule is subject to change depending on the needs of the class and may be adjusted depending on circumstances. Objectives – The student will be able to: • Solve linear equations using matrices • Use determinants to solve systems of linear equations • Use Cramer’s Rule • Understand vector spaces • Understand linear transformations, linearly dependent and independent sets, bases, and eiqenvalues • Understand orthogonality and least squares...
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