## General Information

Math 350 is one of two courses most mathematics majors may take to satisfy the upper-level algebra requirement. The other is Math 351.

Catalog listing:

01:640:350 Linear Algebra (3)

Continuation of 01:640:250. Abstract vector spaces and linear transformations, inner product spaces, diagonalization, and canonical forms. Possible additional topics: systems of ordinary differential equations and numerical techniques.

Prerequisites: CALC4; 01:640:250; and either 300 or permission of department.

Prerequisites:

- Math 250, Introductory Linear Algebra
- and Math 300, Mathematical Reasoning
- and Math 244, or Math 252, or Math 292, Differential Equations

## Textbook

Stephen H. Friedberg, Arnold J. Insel & Lawrence E. Spence; Linear Algebra (fourth edition); Prentice-Hall (text), 2003 (624 pp.), ISBN: 0-13-008451-4; ISBN13: 9780130084514.

## Fall 2019 Schedule

## Current Semester

- Fall 2016:
- Sec. 01: Jim Lepowsky — Web page for Section 01
- Sec. 02: Eugene Speer — Web page for Section 02
- Sec. 03: Nishali Mehta
- Sec. 04: Claire Burrin
- Sec. H1: Zhi Qi

## Previous Semesters

2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 Fall Cherlin, Chowdhury, Saks, Borisov, Weibel Profs. Lyons, Borisov and Sussmann Profs. Balaban, Mejia-Ramos and Nussbaum Profs. YZ Huang and J. Roger PL Yung Spring Sec. 1/2/10/H1

N. Mehta,

N. Corwin,

A. Chowdhury, J. LepowskySec. 1/2/10

J.Lepowsky,

J.Bloom, N.CorwinSec. 1/2/10

J.Lepowsky,

Y.-Z. Huang, N.CorwinSec. 1/2/3

Kiessling, Mejia-Ramos

and J. RogerSec. 1/3

Profs. Balaban and RogerSec. 1/3

Profs. Y. Li and Mejia-RamosEarlier Years

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