MA 51100, Fall 2021
Linear Algebra With Applications

Credit Hours: 3.00. Real and complex vector spaces; linear transformations; Gram-Schmidt process and projections; least squares; QR and LU factorization; diagonalization, real and complex spectral theorem; Schur triangular form; Jordan canonical form; quadratic forms. Typically offered Summer.

Instructor Info.

Section Room Time Instructor Office
001 REC 313 3:30PM MWF William J Heinzer MATH 636
003 UNIV 303 11:30AM MWF William J Heinzer MATH 636

Course Materials

Section Type Title Author
ALL TEXT Linear Algebra and Its Applications Gilbert Strang

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