Room 443, in the DMF Center for Science and Mathematics (near the Rondileau Campus Center).
- Monday 2:00-3:00 and Tuesday/Thursday 3:45-4:45
You can also drop in and ask me a question:
- Any time you find me in my office (DMF 443).
- The Syllabus for Math 202. This is your source for course pacing, grading, and some helpful hints on group work and studying.
- You can access the online homework system via a link on the course page at http://blackboard.bridgew.edu.
1.1 - Solving Systems of Equations
1.2 - Reasoning about Systems of Equations
1.3 - Vectors and Vector Equations
1.4 - Matrices and the Matrix Equation
1.5 - Solution Vectors, and Counting the Number of Solutions
1.7 - Linear Independence
Building a Bridge to Engineering
Exam I Review
1.8 & 1.9 - Matrix Functions and Linear Functions
2.1 - Matrix Operations
2.3 - Characterizing Invertible Matrices
Exam II Review
4.1 - Vector Spaces and Subspaces
4.2 - Spaces Defined by Transformations
4.4 - Coordinate Systems
4.5 - Dimension of a Vector Space
Final Exam Review
You will need both the textbook, and a lot of paper for notes, homework, and scrap paper.
Textbook: Linear Algebra and its Applications by Lay, Lay, and McDonald.
You can buy any edition of the book. The newest edition is available in the bookstore. You can order old editions online at Amazon: 4th Edition, 5th Edition, etc.
Again, I will not need the online access code, and I will not assign problems based on the numbers at the end of the book, so you may buy a (slightly) earlier edition.
But I will expect that you are reading along in the book, and using it for extra practice.