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|Professor:||Gilbert Strang (office E17-420, email gs at math.mit.edu)|
|Lectures:||MWF 11 am, in 10-250.|
|Course administrator:||Carlos Sauer (office E18-401P, email csauer at math.mit.edu)|
|Textbook:||Gilbert Strang's, Introduction to Linear Algebra, 4th edition.|
Course Information and Syllabus (soon!)
|Time||Room||Instructor||Office||Office hour (in office unless noted)|
|Lec.||MWF 11||10-250||Gilbert Strang||E17-420||gs at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R01||T10||26-302||Dmitry Vaintrob||E18-401C||mitkav at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R02||T10||26-322||Francesco Lin||E17-401A||linf at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R03||T11||26-302||Dmitry Vaintrob||E18-401C||mitkav at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R04||T11||26-322||Francesco Lin||E17-401A||linf at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R05||T11||26-328||Laszlo Lovasz||E17-401K||lmlovasz at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R06||T12||36-144||Michael Andrews||E17-301B||mjandr at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R07||T12||26-302||Netanel Blaier||E17-301V||netanel at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R08||T12||26-328||Laszlo Lovasz||E17-401K||lmlovasz at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R09||T 1pm||26-302||Sungyoon Kim||E18-401U||ksshiny at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R10||T 1pm||36-144||Tanya Khovanova||E18-420||tanya at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R11||T 1pm||26-322||Jay Shah||E18-401N||jshah at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R12||T 2pm||36-144||Tanya Khovanova||E18-420||tanya at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R13||T 2pm||26-322||Jay Shah||E18-401N||jshah at math.mit.edu||TBA|
|R14||T 3pm||26-322||Carlos Sauer||E18-401P||csauer at math.mit.edu||TBA|
Homework will be posted weekly in the Problem
Sets section of the class website. Assignments will be due on Thursday, BEFORE 4PM.
Please put them in the box for your section in E17-131.
Please staple them (you may use the math stapler). They are due every week
except exam weeks and are returned in recitation.
Late homework will not be accepted and no extensions are granted. However, your lowest homework grade will be dropped.
The homeworks are essential in learning linear algebra. They are not a test and you are encouraged to talk to other students about difficult problems---after you have found them difficult. Talking about linear algebra is healthy. But you must write your own solutions.
Concerns about homework, grading, exams: see your recitation instructor.
Checking grade records: online at Gradebook.
Changing recitation: online at Membership module.
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|Lecture 4: Gauss Jordan and LU||(download and drag into IJulia)||(view in browser)|
|Lecture 6: Symmetric Matrices and Vector Spaces||(download and drag into IJulia)||(view in browser)|
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