Chapt 3: numbers 14, 21,,25,

Chapt 5: numbers 1,6,8,13,15,16

The midterm will cover the full material from Chapters 1-3. From Chapter 5 you are responsible only for the

above homework's questions. You are responsible for the chapter 4 material on polynomials, but only in the sense that a polynomial may appear at some point in a question and you may need to use one of the facts there (which you presumably knew before you took this class).

## Friday, January 26, 2007

## Thursday, January 25, 2007

### Midterm Next Thursday in Class

The midterm will be next Thursday in class. The problems from the first 2 weeks will be of similar difficulty to the exercises in the backs of chapters 1-3. This includes both those exercises assigned to you and those which were not. You will also be tested on the material from the past week. However on this material I will pull questions directly from the coming assignment.

## Thursday, January 18, 2007

### Homework etc ... for week 2

We covered through half of Chapter 3, around page 47.

Your Homework assignment is:

Chapt 2: 15,16

Chapt 3: 1,2,6,10,16,23

Your Homework assignment is:

Chapt 2: 15,16

Chapt 3: 1,2,6,10,16,23

## Thursday, January 11, 2007

### Week 1: Home work, and what we covered

We covered Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 up to page 27, the definition of a basis.

Homework: All problems are from the text - Linear Algebra Done Right.

Chapter 1: Problems 1,3,6,7,13

Chapter 2: Problems 3,6,8,12

Homework: All problems are from the text - Linear Algebra Done Right.

Chapter 1: Problems 1,3,6,7,13

Chapter 2: Problems 3,6,8,12

## Monday, January 8, 2007

### Warning: Math ahead

This course will be taught quite theoretically, and at a fast pace! As a result, the homework will be heavy too. If you are interested mainly in applications to other fields, or prefer to deal only with concrete objects, you should take Math 103 instead.

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