MATH 2076 001, M W F 9:05-10 Edwards Room 6130

Linear Algebra Spring 2024


Solutions: | Pdf's are posted on Canvas|

Course Info


Instructor: Professor Wlodek Bryc, Office: 4316 French Hall (513) 556 4098, E-mail:
Office hours:
Textbook: David Lay, Linear Algebra and its applications, 6th edition. ISBN 9780135851159 This is available as an e-text as part of the MyLab Math access that comes as part of the course. You can access MyLab Math from our Canvas course (look in the menu on the left) and information you need about signing in is available in the first module (Getting Started) of our Canvas course
There are numerous free online resources for linear algebra. In the past, I used linear algebra textbook by Jim Hefferon. You may like a more interactive textbook, such as: Interactive Linear Algebra. Also there are numerous videos on YouTube that explain specific topics. I linked aomw vids on the eigenvectors and diagonalization under Remarks for suggested homework below. Dan Margalit, Joseph Rabinoff

Exams and important dates. See also UC Academic Calendars

Calculators Policy No books, notes, calculators and/or other electronic devices are allowed at any quiz, test, or exam. You are welcome to use them to check the accuracy of your work at home.

No makeups.

Grading

Homework/Quizzes 20%, Exams 25% each, Final 30%
$ {Course Average}=\frac15 Ave(Quiz+Hwk)+\frac12 Ave(Exams)+\frac{3}{10}Ave(Final) $

Grading scale: Grade cutoffs based on the Course Ave above are: 93% for A, 90% for A-, 80% for B-, 70% for C-, 60% for D-.
To estimate your current standing in the course, please look at your Total under Grades on Canvas.

Course description

Study of linear equations, matrices, Euclidean n-space and its subspaces, bases, dimension, coordinates, orthogonality, linear transformations, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalization.

Topics and Section covered