COURSE OUTLINE

Summer, 2004

Section L0101 L5101 |
InstructorsKyu-Hwan Lee Marcos Escobar-Anel |
OfficeSS5016E SP205 |
Office HoursThur. 10-12 Mon. 5-6 |
Tel.978-4328 946-5808 |
TimeThur. 1-4 Thur. 6-9 |
LocationLM 161 RW 143 |

W.K. Nicholson:

Your final grade will be determined as follows:

There will be

Section L0101 (Last Name A-N) L0101 (Last Name O-Z) L5101 |
TA'sAdam Gregson Allan Langridge Lindsey Shorser |
TimeThur. 4-5 Thur. 4-5 Thur. 5-6 |
LocationLM 123 LM 155 RW 143 |

Your tests will be returned to you in the tutorial section in which you are registered as soon as they are marked. If you have any questions about the marking of your test, you will have to return your test to your T.A. within 10 min indicating on the front page which question you want to be remarked. If you take your paper with you, no one will look at it again. No test will be remarked unless the original answers were written in ink.

This is the second course in Linear Algebra, that is more theoretical in nature then your first course (Linear Algebra I - MAT223). The course will cover: abstract vector spaces, linear mappings, linear operators on both real and complex vector spaces, inner product spaces, orthogonal (unitary) diagonalization of linear operators, isometries. It will be assumed that you know basic material from Linear Algebra I, particularly: matrix arithmetic, similarity and diagonalization of matrices and the basic concepts of the n-space R^n including orthogonality.

You should solve, at the very minimum, the problems on the list below.