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4 Jan (Due 7 Jan) |
Solutions or counterexamples to, and new conjectures and
frustrations about the four problems handed out in class
(also available below in various formats)
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6 Jan (Due 14 Jan) | pp 12-15: 1, 21, 22 | |||||
8 Jan (Due 14 Jan) | pp 19-23: 1, 20, 23, 24 | |||||
11 Jan (Due 14 Jan) | pp 20: 8(a-d), 9 | |||||
13 Jan (Due 21 Jan) | pp 31-33: 1, 2(c,e), 3(a,c), 8, 9, 11 | |||||
15 Jan (Due 21 Jan) | pp 38-39: 1, 6, 14 pp 52-53: 12, 13 |
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18 Jan (Due 21 Jan) | No class (Martin Luther King day) | |||||
20 Jan (Due 28 Jan) | pp 51-55: 1, 4, 5, 7, 14, 27, 28 | |||||
21 Jan (Due 28 Jan) | (nothing more) | |||||
22 Jan (Due 28 Jan) |
First Hour Exam:
In class portion: Thursday, 28 Jan (12 - 12:50pm) Take home portion: Out Thursday, 28 Jan; In Monday, 1 Feb |
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25 Jan (Due 28 Jan) | Nothing again?! What a soft touch.... | |||||
27 Jan (Due 4 Feb) | pp 69-73: 1, 2, 3, 13, 16, 20 | |||||
29 Jan (Due 4 Feb) | Work on Exam | |||||
1 Feb (Due 4 Feb) | Time to catch up from exam fever | |||||
3 Feb (Due 11 Feb) | pp 78 - 79: 5a,c 7, 10 | |||||
5 Feb (Due 11 Feb) | pp 90 - 92: 10, 11, 16* For 16, also show that there is a basis B of V so that the matrix of T with respect to B is diagonal, having r ones (where r = rank(T)) and n-r zeroes (where n = dim(V)) on the diagonal |
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8 Feb (Due 11 Feb) | pp 99-100: 1, 12 | |||||
10 Feb (Due 18 Feb) | pp 99-100: 13, 15 | |||||
12 Feb (Due 18 Feb) | The following two problems: For a function f in C^{2}(R) (a real valued function with two continuous derivatives) define D(f) = f '' + 4f. Show that a) D: P_{2}(R) --> P_{2}(R) is an isomorphism, but b) D: C^{2}(R) --> C^{2}(R) is not an isomorphism. |
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15 Feb (Due 18 Feb) | p. 170: 7d (find the solutions), 8a | |||||
17 Feb (Due 25 Feb) | p. 156: 6 e,f (also find rank, nullity, range and nullspace) | |||||
18 Feb (Due 22 Feb) | Second hour exam; in class and takehome | |||||
19 Feb (Due 25 Feb) | p 108: 3(a,b,c), 4, 5 | |||||
22 Feb (Due 25 Feb) | pp 209 - 210: 1, 11, 25 p 217: 11, 14 |
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24 Feb (Due 5 Mar) | pp 247-248: 1, 3(a,b) | |||||
26 Feb (Due 5 Mar) | pp248-250: 8, 17(a-d), 20 | |||||
1 Mar (Due 5 Mar) | pp 268 - 270: 1(a-g), 2(f,g), 7(see Example 7) | |||||
3 Mar | none | |||||
5 Mar | none | |||||
8 Mar | none |
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