# Videos

Lecture Videos – Here you will find the YouTube playlist for the class

# Syllabus

Syllabus – Here you will find the syllabus for the course

# Blank Quizzes

Quiz 1 – A blank version of quiz 1 for practice

Quiz 2 – A blank version of quiz 2 for practice

Quiz 3 – A blank version of quiz 3 for practice

Quiz 4 – A blank version of quiz 4 for practice

Quiz 5 – A blank version of quiz 5 for practice

Quiz 6 – A blank version of quiz 6 for practice

# Quiz Answers

# Test Solutions

Test 1 solutions – coming soon!

Test 2 solutions – coming soon!

Test 3 solutions – coming soon!

Final Exam solutions – coming soon and for a limited time!

# Test Reviews

**Review for test 1**

Go here to access the finals mentioned, and do the indicated problems.

- Spring 2005: 6, 8, 10(a)
- Fall 2005: 1, 2, 3, 6(a),(b)
- Spring 2006: 1, 2, 7(a)
- Fall 2006: 1, 2(a),(c), 3(a), 4(a),(b) (the invertible question)
- Spring 2007: 2, 5, 6, 7

As far as proofs go, we won’t do anything too complicated. Expect to be able to prove the kind of things I prove in class when going over homework or when covering a topic (the shorter ones). Also, in the text, whenever they omit a proof, it could be something I’d ask about if they said something like “proof is left as exercise”. Something like Theorem 2.3.1. would be nice as well. It’s interesting enough to prove, but not too complicated (if you see the trick–use cofactor expansion). In short, nothing crazy, but I want to know that you know how to approach a proof. More involved proofs will be required as we move on to new chapters though.

**Review for test 2**

Go here to access the finals mentioned, and do the indicated problems.

- Spring 2005: 2,3*,4,5,7,9,10
- Fall 2005: 5,7,8*
- Spring 2006: 3,4,5,6,7(b),9
- Fall 2006: 2(b); 3(b),(c); 4(b); 6; 7
- Spring 2007: 1,3*,4,9,11

**Review for test 3**

Go here to access the finals mentioned, and do the indicated problems.

- Spring 2005: 1
- Fall 2005: 4
- Spring 2006: 8
- Fall 2006: 5
- Spring 2007: 8, 10

Do similar problems from the Math 392 finals here. All ones dealing with eigenvalues, eigenvectors and using them to solve systems. They usually don’t ask about diagonalization in Math 392, but if they do, do those too.

**Review for test 4**

Go here to access the finals mentioned, and do the indicated problems.

- Spring 2005: 2, 3, 9
- Fall 2005: 7, 8
- Spring 2006: 5, 9(c)
- Fall 2006: None :p
- Spring 2007: 1(b), 3, 11

Do similar problems from the Math 392 finals here

**Review for the final**

Go here to access the finals mentioned, and do the indicated problems.

- Redo all review problems under timed conditions.
- Do the problems in the electronic HW that is assigned on WebWork.
- Do all linear algebra problems from the Math 392 finals

# Documents and Class Handouts