Instructor:  Yan Yu  

Office:  Math Tower Room 1104  
Lecture:  Tu/Th 8:30am9:50am; Humanities 1006  
Office Hours:  Tu/Th 11:00am12:00pm Math Tower 1104  
Email:  yan.yu@stonybrook.edu  
Course Info:  An introduction to the theory and use of vectors and matrices. Matrix theory including systems of linear equations. Theory of Euclidean and abstract vector spaces. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Linear tranformations.  
Textbook:  Introduction to Linear Algebra: Models, Methods, and Theory ; Alan Tucker  
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Exams: 
Midterm1 Tuesday, 3/3/2020
Midterm2 Tuesday, 4/14/2020 Final Tuesday, 5/12/2020, 11:15am  1:45pm 

Graders: 
Darya Stepanenko Email: darya.stepanenko@stonybrook.edu Office Hours: W 46pm Office Hours Room: Harriman Hall 132 Homework grader, exam grader, exam proctor Joanna Siemion Email: joanna.siemion@stonybrook.edu Office Hours: Th 46pm Office Hours Room: Harriman Hall 132 Homework grader, exam proctor Yizhou Yu Email: yizhou.yu@stonybrook.edu Office Hours: Tu 24pm Office Hours Room: Harriman Hall 132 Homework grader, exam proctor Michael Fink Email: michael.fink@stonybrook.edu Office Hours: M 46pm Office Hours Room: Harriman Hall 132 Homework grader, exam proctor 

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Homework 
Homework # 1  Due: 2/11/2020 1.1: 9, 14, 22 (integer solutions only) 1.2: 4, 6a 1.3: 3cd, 5ac, 8 (rat doesn't stay in the room) Grader: Darya Stepanenko Homework # 2  Due: 2/18/2020 2.1: 2, 12bd 2.2: 10, 18, 22 2.3: 1c, 2e, 3e Grader: Joanna Siemion Homework # 3  Due: 2/25/2020 2.4: 1, 2, 6ac, 10cd 2.5: 2d, 10ab, 26c, 28c Grader: Yizhou Yu Homework # 4  Due: 3/12/2020 2.6: 6b, 7, 9 3.1: 2b, 23(for (i), (iii), (v)) Grader: Michael Fink Homework # 5  Due: 3/31/2020 3.2: 2, 3d, 5 (for 3d), 6 (for 3d) 3.3: 5a, 7d, 18 Grader: Joanna Siemion Homework # 5  Due: 4/7/2020 3.3: 33ac, 34 (for 33ac) 3.4: 8a, 11(i) 3.5: 18, 19cd, 22ab Grader: Yizhou Yu Homework # 7  Due: 4/23/2020 4.2: 2, 5 4.4: 1, 8, 18, 22 Grader: Michael Fink Homework # 8  Due: 4/30/2020 4.5: 1bc 5.1: 5ac, 9, 11ab Grader: Joanna Siemion Homework # 9  Due: 5/7/2020 5.2: 9bc, 12 5.3: 3ab, 7d, 17e Grader: Yizhou Yu 