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(Fall 2013)

Section 2

Time Tu-Thu 1:25–2:15 pm

Location Fulmer 201

Instructor Bala Krishnamoorthy

Office Neill 325

Office Hours Tue 3:00–4:00 pm, Wed 2:30-4:00 pm

Email bkrishna@math.wsu.edu

Course web page http://www.wsu.edu/∼kbala/Math220.html

Book David C. Lay —

Linear Algebra and its Applications, Fourth edition.

ISBN: 0321385179; Make sure you get access to mymathlab.com

Online version of the text is available with this access

References Gilbert Strang —

Introduction to Linear Algebra, Fourth edition.

ISBN: 0980232716, Strang’s class at MIT

Description of the Course: This course will present a low-level introduction to the

basics of linear algebra and matrix theory. Topics covered include systems of linear equations,

determinants and matrix inverses, rank, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors. Discussions will be

limited to real numbers and real spaces. The software package MATLAB will be used to

implement and explore some of the ideas discussed in class as part of computer projects.

given, which are to be completed online at mymathlab.com. Topics relevant for each

assignment will be covered at least one week before the day on which it will be due (dates

are given in the tentative schedule, and are displayed in your account in mymathlab.com).

Discussion of homework problems with others is allowed, but each person must submit his

or her own solutions, and own work where asked.

There will be a couple of computer projects, which will be given after the midterm exam.

These projects will involve the use of the computer package MATLAB.

It is very important to work sincerely on the homework problems if you want to do well

in this course. Homework should be submitted before the deadline, which is 11:59

pm on the date it is due. Late homework submissions will incur a 25% penalty.

If you have any genuine difficulties turning in homework on time, you could discuss it with

me well before the due date. The lectures will follow the material presented in the book, but

the treatment may differ from that given in the text on a few occasions. I encourage you

not to miss any of the lectures. Following the material covered in class is very

important to do well in the homework assignments and in the exams.

There will be one midterm exam and a final exam. Both of them will be in-class, closed book,

and closed notes exams. The final will be a comprehensive exam (i.e., will cover material

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Math 220-2 (Fall 2013) Syllabus 2

discussed in the whole course). The midterm exam is scheduled for Thursday, October 3,

in class. The total score for the course will be calculated using the following weights:

• homework - 25%

• mid-term - 30%

Your overall grade for the course will be determined by your total score, based on the

following scale: 93–100: A, 90–92.9: A−, 87–89.9: B+, 83–86.9: B, 80–82.9: B−, 77–79.9:

C+, 73–76.9: C, 70–72.9: C−, 67–69.9: D+, 60–66.9: D, 0–59.9: F.

Academic Integrity: Plagiarism or cheating will not be tolerated. Such behavior will

result in a zero grade for the graded item and possibly a failing grade for the entire course.

Discussion of homework problems with others is allowed, but each person must submit his

or her own solutions. Check out conduct.wsu.edu/academic-integrity-policies-and-resources

to learn more on this topic.

Students with Disabilities: Reasonable accommodations are available for students with

a documented disability. If you have a disability and may need accommodations to fully

participate in this class, please visit the Access center. All accommodations MUST be

approved through the Access Center (Washington Building, Room 217). Please stop by or

call 509-335-3417 to make an appointment with a Access Advisor.

WSU Safety Measures: Washington State University is committed to maintaining a

safe environment for its faculty, staff, and students. Please visit safetyplan.wsu.edu and

oem.wsu.edu/emergencies to access the Campus Safety Plan and emergency information.

You should also become familiar with the WSU Alert Site (alert.wsu.edu) where information

about emergencies and other issues affecting WSU will be found.

could be done by hand. A calculator might be useful for doing some of the work, but I will

encourage you NOT to use one. Calculators will NOT be allowed in the exams.

There will be two projects involving the use of the package MATLAB. You can ac-

cess MATLAB at any of the computer labs in Neill Hall, or through the mymath page -

http://my.math.wsu.edu. You will be asked to log in using your WSU ID. Check under

“Software” to run MATLAB (and other packages).

Math 220-2 (Fall 2013) Syllabus 3

N.B.: Sections from the text given under Details. Section(s) from which problems are due

for each homework are indicated in braces.

1 Tue, Aug 20 systems of linear equations (1.1)

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2 Thu, Aug 22 1.1, row reduction, echelon forms (1.2)

3 Tue, Aug 27 reduction, echelon forms (1.2)

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4 Thu, Aug 29 vector equations (1.3) [HW 1 Due (1.1)]

5 Tue, Sep 3 matrix equations (1.4)

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6 Thu, Sep 5 solution sets of linear systems (1.5) [HW 2 Due (1.2,1.3)]

7 Tue, Sep 10 linear independence (1.7)

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8 Thu, Sep 12 1.7, linear transformations (1.8) [HW 3 Due (1.4,1.5)]

9 Tue, Sep 17 linear transformations (1.8)

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10 Thu, Sep 19 matrix of linear transformation (1.9) [HW 4 Due (1.7,1.8)]

11 Tue, Sep 24 applied linear models (1.10), matrix operations (2.1)

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12 Thu, Sep 26 inverse of a matrix (2.2) [HW 5 Due (1.9,1.10)]

13 Tue, Oct 1 invertible matrices (2.3)

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14 Thu, Oct 3 Midterm exam, in-class

15 Tue, Oct 8 (no class)

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16 Thu, Oct 10 2.3, subspaces of Rn (2.8) [HW 6 Due (2.1,2,2)]

17 Tue, Oct 15 2.8, dimension and rank (2.9, 4.5)

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18 Thu, Oct 17 dimension and rank (2.9, 4.5) [HW 7 Due (2.3,2.8)]

19 Tue, Oct 22 intro to determinants (3.1)

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20 Thu, Oct 24 3.1, properties of determinants (3.2) [HW 8 Due (2.9,4.5)]

21 Tue, Oct 29 properties of determinants (3.2) [HW 9 Due (3.1)]

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22 Thu, Oct 31 (no class)

23 Tue, Nov 5 5.1, characteristic equation (5.2)

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24 Thu, Nov 7 5.2 [HW 10 Due (3.2)]

25 Tue, Nov 12 5.2

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26 Thu, Nov 14 more on eigenvalues [HW 11 Due (5.1)]

27 Tue, Nov 19 inner product, length, orthogonality (6.1)

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28 Thu, Nov 21 orthogonal sets (6.2) [HW 12 Due (5.2)]

Tue, Nov 26 T’giving break

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Thu, Nov 28 T’giving break

29 Tue, Dec 3 Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization (6.4)

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30 Thu, Dec 5 review for final [Project due]

17 Tue, Dec 10 Final exam (7:00–9:00 pm)

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