### Dr. Sarah's Math 2240 Class Highlights Spring 2004 Page The following is NOT HOMEWORK unless you miss part or all of the class. See the Main Class Web Page for ALL homework and due dates.

• Tues Apr 27 Go over LAMP Ch 4 Module 3 on Computer Graphics. Then work on Problems 1 and 3.
Hints on Problem 1: Look at Section 1 example 1C, but use rotation by -Pi/6. We also need to shrink the triangle as it goes around, so, instead of letting M equal U.R.T, you need to add a dilation matrix A somewhere (using, for example, the command A:= Diagmat([1/2,1/2,1]); and M:=the product of the 4 matrices A, U, R, and T in some order that makes sense, and Movie(M,triangle, frames=18); but adjusting the dilation so that it matches the problem.)
Hints on Problem 3: Try a rotation matrix composed with a translation matrix.
• Tues Apr 20 Finish LAMP Ch 4 Module 1 Geometry of Matrix Transformations of the Plane. With a partner (groups of 2 around 1 computer), begin working on
Chapter 4 Module 1 Problem 1: Guess the transformation
Chapter 6 Module 4 Problem 7: Projection matrices
Chapter 6 Module 4 Problem 8 Parts a and b: Shear matrices
Go over the problems at the end of class.

• Thur Apr 22 Test 3
• Thur Apr 15 Finish LAMP c6m3_v3.mws Chapter 6 Module 3 Eigenvector Analysis of Discrete Dynamical Systems. Begin LAMP Ch 4 Module 1 Geometry of Matrix Transformations of the Plane.
• Tues Apr 6 Finish LAMP c6m1_v3.mws Chapter 6 Module 1, Section 2: The Geometry of Eigenvectors and work on LAMP c6m3_v3.mws Chapter 6 Module 3 Eigenvector Analysis of Discrete Dynamical Systems

• Thur Apr 8 Test 2. If you are done early then look at the main web page, and read through the abstract info along with the last PS.
• Tues Mar 30 7.1 and 7.2

• Thur Apr 1 Finish 7.2. LAMP c6m2_v3.mws Chapter 6 Module 2, Section 2: Evectors Command and begin LAMP c6m1_v3.mws Chapter 6 Module 1, Section 2: The Geometry of Eigenvectors
• Tues Mar 23 Section 4.5. After this is finished, go to the computer lab, read the postings on WebCT from Dr. Sarah, look at the main web page, and read through the links under Wednesday May 5th. Look up possibilities for additional project topics via the web (be creative) and start thinking about what you would like to do.

• Thur Mar 25 Section 4.6 and 7.1
• Tues Mar 16 Section 4.3.

• Thur Mar 18 Finish 4.3 and 4.4.
Spring Break
• Tues Mar 2 Section 4.2 continued.

• Thur Mar 4 Finish Section 4.2.
• Tues Feb 24 Section 4.2

• Thur Feb 26 Test 1
• Tues Feb 17 Continue 4.1 and then go to lab and take WebCT quiz.

• Thur Feb 19 Meet in 205. Lamp c2m2_v3.mws Sections 2 and 3 only, and c3m7_v3.mws sections 5 and 6 only.
• Tues Feb 10 Finish 2.5 and do 3.1 and 3.2.

• Thur Feb 12 Section 3.3. Then discuss test, Chapter 4 viewpoint, and the final project. Begin 4.1.
• Tues Feb 3 2.3 and begin 2.5 via Lamp Chapter 3 Module 4 on Markov chains.

• Thur Feb 5 Meet in 205. Finish Lamp Chapter 3 Module 4 on Markov chains and continue 2.5.
• Tues Jan 27Meet in lab. Go over hw. Continue Lamp 1.3 by going to "Fitting a cubic spline" (go thru example 1C and stop at the end of it). Review text comments in Maple. Begin 2.1 via Image 1   Image 2   Image 3   Image 4   Image 5   Image 6   Image 7. Go back to the classroom and continue 2.1.

• Thur Jan 29 Finish 2.1 and do 2.2
• Tues Jan 20 Collect hw and go over some of the previous hw problems. History of matrices and elimination via the chinese. Section 1.2 by-hand (explain Maple codes which they will do later in lab). Begin section 1.3 on fitting a polynomial, network and circuit analysis.

• Thur Jan 22 Collect and then go over the previous homework. Continue section 1.3 on fitting a polynomial, network and circuit analysis. Do 1.3 number 21 and then 23 as a contest. Go back to the lab. Do LAMP 1.3 portions of sections 1 on fitting a curve to data Chapter 1 module 3 up through and including example 1A (but not exercise 1.1) Go over handouts (Commands and Hints for PS 1 and Installing Lamp at Home) accessible from the main web page.
• Tues Jan 13 Fill out Index Sheet and read through handouts. Take questions. History of linear equations and the term "linear algebra". Section 1.1 including 1.1 number 41 and then 39.

• Thur Jan 15 Computer Information Sheet Intro to Maple via Maple worksheet (html version) Intro to LAMP via Chapter 1 Module 1. History of matrices and elimination via the chinese. Begin section 1.2 by hand.