# Jay Yang

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Office hours: Monday 10-11:30, Tuesday 11:30-1
Syllabus

## Homework

• Homework 1: Due Sept 12. 1.1: 1(a,e); 1.2: 1,4(a,e),7; 1.3: 3,5(a),9,15(d,e),21(a,c),22,28,32(a,c) Problems
• Homework 2: Due Sept 19. 1.4: 1(b,e), 4, 5(a), 10,14; 1.5: 15,25(e),33(c); 1.6 1(a,d),9
• Homework 3: Due Sept 26. 1.8: 2(a,c,d),7(d,e,f,i),11,25,27(a,b); 1.9: 5,6,16; 2.1: 1,2; 2.2: 1,6,10,16(a,b,h,i)
• Homework 4: Due Oct 3. 2.3: 1,4(a,b,c,d),21(a,e,f),34; 2.4: 6,18; 2.5: 7(b,f),24(c),40; Hint for 2.5.40, look at the kernel/cokernel
• Homework 5: Due Oct 17. 3.1: 3,5,21(c,d) 3.2: 1,13,27 3.3: 2(a,b),20,22,29
• Homework 6: Due Oct 24. 3.4: 1(a,b,d) (Note, see example 3.29), 6, 17,27; 3.5 2(a,f),3,4,6(b),21(d); 3.6: 5,26(a,b);
• Homework 7: Due Oct 31. 4.1: 6,21,26 ; 4.2: 3,6(a,b),18(a); 4.3: 2,28,31 ; 4.4: 3(a),6,12(a,b,d),29(c),33(b); (For 4.2.18(a), Just do the computation, you don't need to check against 17)
• Homework 8: Due Nov 7. 5.2: 3(a,c),4 5.3: 1,2(b) 5.4: 1(a,c),4(a),6(c) 5.5: 2,13(d),17 (For 5.5.17, note that one expects falling objects to follow a parabola.)
• Homework 9: Due Nov 21. 5.5.26(c)41,47(c),58(a);5.6: 1(b); 7.1: 2(a,c),15,19(b,e),24,28,34(a,b)(Note for 5.6.1, it wants only the real part, so use the fact that e^{ix}=(cos(x)+isin(x)))
• Homework 10: Due Nov 28. 7.1: 40, 44, 63; 7.2: 5,27 7.3: 3(b), 15(a)
• Homework 11: Due Dec 5. 7.4: 1, 7, 16, 32(b),33,37; 7.5: 6,13,21; 8.2: 1(a,j),4,8,15(a,j); 8.3: 2(a,g),15,19(a,d)
• Homework 12: Due Dec 12. 8.5: 2(c),5,13(c),19; 8.6: 6,7(f),9,16; 8.7: 3,4(e),5(e),8(a,b),26(a)

## Schedule

• 9/5: 1.1,1.2
• 9/7: 1.2,1.3 LU Example
• 9/10: 1.4
• 9/12: 1.5,1.6
• 9/14: 1.7
• 9/17: 1.8,1.9
• 9/19: 2.1,2.2
• 9/21: 2.3
• 9/24: 2.4
• 9/26: 2.4,2.5
• 9/28: 2.5,2.6
• 10/1: 3.1
• 10/2: 3.2
• 10/3: 3.3
• 10/8: 3.4
• 10/10: Review
• 10/12: Midterm 1
• 10/15: 3.5
• 10/17: 3.6
• 10/19: 4.1
• 10/22: 4.2
• 10/24: 4.3
• 10/26: 4.4

## Exam Information

Midterm 1 (Chapters 1 & 2): Solutions
Sample Midterm 1 : Solutions
Midterm 2 (Chapters 3,4,5): Solutions
Sample Midterm 2 : Solutions
Final:
Sample Final : Solutions

## Other Material

Matlab Examples
Jordan Normal Form Remarks
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