MATH 511

### Web page for Math 511 Advanced Linear Algebra, Spring 2019. Tuesday/Thursday 12 - 1:15 pm, SPARK 212 333

Michael Tsatsomeros, Neill Hall 229
Office phone: 335-3144
E-mail: tsat at wsu.edu
Office hours: TTh 1:30: - 2:30 pm, and by appointment

Here is the syllabus.

Updated February 21, 2019

### Announcements

• The midterm test will take place in class on Thursday March 7, 2019. Material and other useful information about this test will be discussed the previous week. Here is a practice midterm.

• The lecture notes for Sections 2.5, 2.6, 3.1 and 3.2.

• The lecture notes up to Section 2.4.

• The lecture notes till January 17.

• As of Thursday, January 17, we will move to Spark 333.

• If you would like to know more about Linear Algebra and its applications as a research area, start at my linear algebra web page. You'll find links to professional organizations, industrial applications, and some historical content.

• Safety on Campus: The University has developed resources and a Campus Safety Plan for students, faculty and visitors. Also visit the University Emergency Management web site to become familiar with campus safety information and emergency procedures. Finally, become familiar with the WSU ALERT site.

### Homework assignments   (read disclaimer below)

Note: Problem numbers in the assignments below refer to both editions of our textbook. When there is a difference, the first number refers to the First Edition and the number in brackets refers to the Second Edition.

• Assignment 1: Solutions
1.1 # 3, 5
1.2 # 2, 7
1.3 # 4 [5], 6, 16 [12]
1.4 # 1, 5, 7+8

• Assignment 2: Solutions
2.1: # 2, 5, 9, 12
2.3: # 3, 6
2.4: # 2, 4, 11

• Assignment 3a Due Thursday, March 7:
2.5: # 3, 8, 9 [10], 24
3.2: # 2, 3, 5, 7, 17 (New edition owners: please copy these 5 problems from the first edition.

• Assignment 4 :
3.3: # 3, 4, 9, 16 (From 1st Edition: If A,B have the same characteristic polynomial and the same minimal polynomial, and their minimal polynomial is the same as their chaharacterstic polynomial, show that A and B are similar.)
4.1: # 1, 3, 10, 12

• Assignment 5:
4.1: # 2, 6
4.3: # 1
6.1: # 1, 2, 5, 6, 7
##### Disclaimer I reserve the right to amend and/or change the assigned problems and due dates. Such an amendment will only occur with reasonable prior notice given in class and by updating this page. So, if you miss a class, please check this page for updates.

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