Matrix theory and its applications, Math 103

Contact Info Course details Homework Exams

Sections

Section 01: MWF 9-9:50am, 380-380F
Instructor: Christian Gromoll
Email: gromoll@math.stanford.edu
Office: 383DD
Office hours: M 2.15-3.15, W 2.15-4.15.

Section 02: T Th 9:30-10:45am, 380-380D
Instructor: Nat Thiem
Email: thiem@math.stanford.edu
Office: 382Q2
Office hours: T 11-12pm, R 11-1pm.

Announcements

Homework 8 is posted.
Midterm solutions are posted on the exam page.

The final exam is in room 300-300.

Solutions to Homework 8 are posted.

Course Assistants

Zachary Cohn
Email: cohn@math.stanford.edu
Office: 381J
Office hours: M 2:30-6pm, T 2-3:30pm.

Josh Genauer
Email: jgenauer@stanford.edu
Office:381H
Office hours: Th 4-9pm.

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A brief course description

Linear algebra and matrices, emphasizing the computational and algorithmic aspects and the scientific problems in which matrix theory is applied. Solution of linear equations. Linear spaces and matrices. Orthogonal projection and least squares. Determinants, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors.