Math 307, Section D - Study Guide: Exam #1
1. Systems of Linear Equations:
Know how to determine what type of solution (i.e. one unique, no solution, or infinitely
many solutions) will arise from a given linear system. Example:
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Math 307, Section D - Study Guide: Exam #2
1. Section 2.8: Subspaces of Rn
Recall: A subspace of Rn is any set H Rn that satisfies:
(a) The zero vector is in H.
(b) For each u, v H, the sum u + v H.
(c) For each u H and each scalar c R, the vector cu H.
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COURSE: MATH 307, Section D: Matrices and Linear Algebra
Section meets Tuesday and Thursday from 2:10 PM to 3:30 PM in Carver 002.
Name: Zach Voller
e-mail: [email protected]
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Math 490 Quiz 10
1. (7 points) An annuity makes 15 annual payments, with the rst one year from today. The
rst payment is $800 and each subsequent payment is $50 more than the previous one. Find the
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