Date 
Work is always due at the BEGINNING
of class. Additional hw TBA. 
27 Jun  Fri 
Final Research Sessions. Must participate to pass class.
Test 3 corrections.
Turn in your original test.

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26 Jun  Thur 
Final Research Sessions

25 Jun  Wed 
Prepare to share your final research session topic with the rest of the
class.
Begin working on the project components.

24 Jun  Tues 
Test 3 study guide
(cumulative + 2.8, 3.13.3, 5.1, parts of 5.6 and applications)

23 Jun  Mon 
Read through the
study guide. Write down (to turn in) any questions
related to test 3. I will take time to answer your questions after an overall
review, so be sure to prepare some!
Read through Final Research Sessions criteria and write
down any questions.
Start thinking about a topic.

20 Jun  Fri 
Problem Set 4 Guidelines
Test 2 corrections.
Be sure to turn in your original test.

19 Jun  Thur 
Read p. 265269 in 5.1 and p. 301304 in 5.6.
To turn in:
5.1 #2, 21 c, d and e, 31
5.6 #3 by utilizing the following Maple output.
Continue working on Problem Set 4 and begin working on test 2 revisions.

18 Jun  Wed 
Review p. 163167 in 3.1, and read p. 180181 in 3.3
and p. 146150 in 2.8. To turn in:
3.3 # 19, 25
2.8 #11, 13, 17, 21c and d, 23
Begin working on Problem Set 4 [Problems 1 and 2]

17 Jun  Tues 
Test 2 study guide
(cumulative + 2.12.3, 1.8, 1.9, 2.7 and applications)

16 Jun  Mon 
Study for test 2 via the
study guide
and write down (to turn in) any questions related to test 2 (these can be:
please review...)  I will take time to answer your questions after an
overall review, so be sure to
prepare some!
Read through p. 163167 in 3.1, p. 169172 in 3.2. To turn in:
3.1 # 1, 15, 21, 25, 39b,
3.2 # 37, 42

13 Jun  Fri 
Read through 1.8 (p. 62, 65, & 6768), 1.9 (p. 7075), and 2.7.
To turn in:
1.9 24 a)
[(onto here means that the range of the linear transformation is all of R^4)]
and 24 e)
2.7 1, 3, 5, 7, 9
Test 1 corrections. Turn in your original test too.

12 Jun  Thur 
Problem Set 3
Guidelines

11 Jun  Wed 
Continue working on Problem Set 3 and Test 1 corrections

10 Jun  Tues 
Read through 2.3 and write down any questions. Exercises to turn
in:
2.3 3, 5, 11 c) and d), 12 c) and e), 19, 21, 23
Begin working on Test 1 corrections

9 Jun  Mon 
Read through 2.1 and 2.2 and
write down any questions. Exercises to turn in:
2.1 5, 9, 10, 15 b) and e), 21, 23 and 27
2.2 1, 5, 9 c), 13, 17, 21, and 23
Begin working on the 2.1 questions in Problem Set 3 that are due on
Thursday

6 Jun  Fri 
Test 1 study guide (1.11.5, 1.7 and applications)
Test 1 from 33:50 and then we resume class. If you finish early you may
leave and come back at 3:50.

5 Jun  Thur 
Problem Set 2
Guidelines

4 Jun  Wed 
Read through the study guide
for test 1 and write down any questions related to test 1. I will take time
to answer your questions on Thursday, so be sure to prepare some!
To turn in: create one true/false question related to class material for
test 1,
write it down, and answer it [with a counterexample and correction if false
and a page number and explanation if true]
Continue working on Problem Set 2.

3 Jun  Tues 
Read through 1.5 and 1.7 and write down any questions. Exercises to turn
in: 1.5 3, 5, 9, 13, 19, 21, 23 a and d
1.7 1, 3, 9, 21 b and d, 22 b, 29, 36

2 Jun  Mon 
Read through 1.3 and 1.4 and write down any questions. Exercises to
turn
in:
1.3 1, 5, 9, [15 use Gaussian in Maple and reason from there], 23 b,c,e, 27 a,b
1.4 3, 9, 13, 15, 23 b,f, 31, 33
Begin working on problem set 2 under Thursday's due date

30 May  Fri 
Go to ASULearn and read through the exercise solutions.
Add a picture of yourself (Profile) so that it is easier to get to
know each other.
Problem Set 1

29 May  Thur 
Read through the online syllabus carefully and
write down any questions.
Go to ASULearn and send me a posting in the private forum (only you
and Dr. Sarah):
what you would like to be called (your nickname / first name);
your phone number; your major; any additional academic concentrations/minors;
what you might like to do as a career;
your nonacademic interests and hobbies; anything else you want me to know
Exercises to turn in  do these using byhand row operations
since you need to get efficient at the byhand methods.
1.2 3, 7, 11, 19, 21 part e), 25, 31
Read through the Problem Set Guidelines
and continue working on the problem set under Friday's due date.

28 May  Wed 
Obtain the textbook and iclicker
available for rental at the bookstore. Ask for managers Pam Walker or
Patty Rodeheffer if there is any confusion about the clickers.
Bring the iclicker to all classes.
Read 1.1 and write down any questions you have.
Exercises to turn in  the answers to odd problems are in the back of the book  it is your job to show work/write down questions. This will count as participation and will not receive a specific grade, although I will mark whether you attempted the problems. Try these using byhand row operations since you need to get efficient at the byhand methods:
1.1 3, 19, 21, 23 parts c and d, 24 part d, 31
Begin working on Problem Set 1 under Friday's due date

27 May  Tues 
First Class
