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MAS 3106 — Linear Algebra — Spring 2011 Course Information Sheet and Syllabus Text: Stephen H. Friedberg, Arnold J. Insel, and Lawrence E. Spence, Linear Algebra (Fourth Edition) Optional reading: Daniel Solow, How to Read and Do Proofs (Fourth Edition) Prerequisites: MHF 3302 (Logic and Proof in Mathematics) or equivalent, MAS 3105 (Matrix and Linear Algebra) or equivalent. You already should have basic proof writing skills and should be familiar with matrices and linear equations. You are responsible for determining if you have the correct prerequisites. Instructor: Robert C. Brigham Office: HEC 432 (Harris Corporation Engineering Center) Office phone: (407) 882-0137 Email: [email protected] Office hours: TR 10:30–12:00 Website: http://math.ucf.edu/~bbrigham Objectives: There are two main objectives of this class. The first, of course, is to give you a solid background in the basics of linear algebra. The second, equally important, is to further develop your skills in writing proofs. Success in the course can be achieved only by demonstrating proficiency in both these areas. A joint experience: I have always felt that education was a shared experience between student and instructor. I want us to work together to maximize the benefit, and to have a good time. I promise you I
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