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SCHARLEMANN, DAI, Bigelow, MARTIN, Bigelow,S, ChrisSeveren, JACOB,B, JACOBS, StephenBigelow, Delgadillo, Labutin,D, GuofangWei, LABUTIN, GOODEARL, Bergstrom, RickRugangYe, YE, Nathan Williams
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Many Small Assignments

Background Knowledge Expected

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Term:

Invertible

Definition:

-when AC = I or BA = I. -Let A be an nxn matrix then A is invertible if there is another nxn matrix A^-1 such that AA^-1 = Identity and A^-1A = Identity -A has a pivot in every row and column -reduced echelon form of A is Identity -linear dependence = not invertible.

• Math 4A Midterm 2
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Aug 14, 2017
| Would highly recommend.

Not too easy. Not too difficult.

Course Overview:

Prof Williams is great at explaining the intricacies of linear algebra.

Course highlights:

In this course, you learn many of the core concepts of linear algebra, including determinants, vector spaces, and eigenvalues.

Hours per week:

6-8 hours

Attend class, do the homework on time, and review notes often.

• Fall 2016
• Nathan Williams
• Yes
• Math-heavy Great Intro to the Subject Many Small Assignments
Nov 27, 2016
| No strong feelings either way.

Not too easy. Not too difficult.

Course Overview:

at the time, the material seemed very hard but after finishing the class and still using the concepts, they seem easier and are obviously very useful

Course highlights:

lectures were not very useful to go to but clas was very helpful and webwork helped to master concepts

Hours per week:

6-8 hours

there is longf homework so be prepared to put time into it. not too many problems but the problems are very long and time consuming. no practice midterm or final

• Winter 2015
• YE
• Yes
• Math-heavy
Nov 20, 2016
| No strong feelings either way.

Not too easy. Not too difficult.

Course Overview:

I felt indifferent about this class because it was one that I had to take for my major. It wasn't too difficult, but my professor especially was very hard to understand. I recommend going to office hours or enrolling in CLAS.

Course highlights:

This course was titled Linear Algebra, so it was a lot of simple computations, functions, and matrices.

Hours per week:

3-5 hours