The following charts show the distribution of scores, for each problem and the total.
Each chart plots the scores for our class, with higher scores to the left, and perfect scores highlighted: A grade report with a personalized version of these charts (your scores highlighted) is now in your Course Works dropbox.
Either if you are a Math major, or if for any other reason you need take a Linear Algebra class, you'll find what you need with us.
We provide quality solutions to your homework problems, with very detailed step-by-step solutions.
Please print this homework out on standard 8.5 x 11 printer paper, and submit it by the end of the day on Thursday, September 24.
It may be handed in before or after class, or submitted via the homework boxes for our class, on the fourth floor of the Mathematics building, on the left as one walks toward my office, 426 Math.
I am interested in experimenting with electronic submission, if you would like to return your homework via your Courseworks Drop Box.
If you do so, provide scans of the same quality as my solutions above: 8.5 x 11, white or nearly white background, not twisted with respect to the page borders, and of sufficient resolution for your writing and the bar code to be clearly legible.
Our first problem set is due by the end of the day on Thursday, September 24. Your best bet is to look at the course materials for previous semesters, many of which include solutions, and work as many similar problems as you can.
Use your judgment in determining which past course materials are relevant: The pattern in previous semesters has been for many students to submit a perfect first exam, and then do poorly on the second exam.