## Math 229, Matrices and Linear Equations, Summer 2012

Matrices and Linear Equations is a sophomore level course mainly taken by computer scientists and engineers. Topics covered in the class included: solving a system of linear equations, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and discrete dynamical systems. The class is mainly computational and can be used as an introduction to a more theoretical course in Linear Algebra.

Course Syllabus

Textbook:

Course Enrollment: 6 students

Textbook:

*Basic Matrix Algebra with Algorithms and Applications*, R. LieblerCourse Enrollment: 6 students

## Student Course Survey

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## Student Comments

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"Good class. Need better book."

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"Good class. Cory was always available and explained things clearly."

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