Listed in: Mathematics and Statistics, as MATH-272
Formerly listed as: MATH-21 | MATH-22 | MATH-25
Nathan K. Pflueger (Section 01)
The study of vector spaces over the real and complex numbers, introducing the concepts of subspace, linear independence, basis, and dimension; systems of linear equations and their solution by Gaussian elimination; matrix operations; linear transformations and their representations by matrices; eigenvalues and eigenvectors; and inner product spaces. MATH 272 will feature both proofs and applications, with special attention paid to applied topics such as least squares and singular value decomposition.
Four class hours per week, with occasional in-class computer labs.
Requisite: MATH 121 or consent of the instructor. This course and MATH 271 may not both be taken for credit. Limited to 25 students. Fall and spring semesters. The Department.