Mathematics - Matrix Theory and Linear Algebra II

CREDIT HOURS: 3

This course is a continuation of MATH 1030.03. Topics include: vector spaces and linear transformations, complex numbers, real and complex inner product spaces, orthogonal and orthonormal bases, Gram-Schmidt procedure, orthogonal projections, generalized Fourier series, orthogonal and unitary transformations, diagonalization of symmetric and hermitian matrices, quadratic forms, least squares approximation and curve fitting, applications.

FORMAT: Lecture

FORMAT COMMENTS: MLC

PREREQUISITES: MATH 1030.03 or 2030.03, and MATH 1000.03 or MATH 1215.03

EXCLUSIONS: MATH 2135.03

**MATH 2040 Matrix Theory and Linear Algebra II**CREDIT HOURS: 3

This course is a continuation of MATH 1030.03. Topics include: vector spaces and linear transformations, complex numbers, real and complex inner product spaces, orthogonal and orthonormal bases, Gram-Schmidt procedure, orthogonal projections, generalized Fourier series, orthogonal and unitary transformations, diagonalization of symmetric and hermitian matrices, quadratic forms, least squares approximation and curve fitting, applications.

FORMAT: Lecture

FORMAT COMMENTS: MLC

PREREQUISITES: MATH 1030.03 or 2030.03, and MATH 1000.03 or MATH 1215.03

EXCLUSIONS: MATH 2135.03