# Fall 2017

### Office Hours

- Tues, Thurs 3:30 - 4:30
- Weds 1:00 - 2:00

### Office Location

- MONT 125

## MATH 1070Q

### Mathematics for Business and Economics

Linear equations and inequalities, exponents and logarithms, matrices and determinants, linear programming and applications.

I am the coordinator for this course. Most of the course material will be available on the pages below.

#### Class Links:

## MATH 2210Q

### Applied Linear Algebra

This course studies systems of equations, matrices, determinants, linear transformations on vector spaces, characteristic values and vectors, from a computational point of view. The course is an introduction to the techniques of linear algebra with elementary applications.

#### Class Links:

- Syllabus
- Calendar
- Chapter 1 notes
- Practice Quiz 1
- Practice Quiz 1 Solution
- Quiz 1 Solution
- Practice Exam 1
- Practice Exam 1 Solution
- Exam 1 Solution
- Practice Exam 2
- Practice Exam 2 Solution
- Quiz 2 Solution
- Exam 2 Solution
- Chapter 6 notes
- Practice Final Exam
- Practice Final Exam Solution

#### Homework:

- Section 1.1: #7-25 all, 29-32 all

- Section 1.2: #1-4 all, 7-29 all

- Section 1.3: #1-24 all

- Section 1.4: #1-31 all

- Section 1.5: #1-32

- Section 1.7: #1-40

- Section 1.8: #1-12 all, 17, 19-22 all

- Section 1.9: #1-28 all

- Section 2.1: #1-10 all, 15-17 all

- Section 2.2: #1-26 all, 29- 32 all,

- Section 2.3: #1-10 all, 13-40 all,

- Section 2.4: #1-13 all

- Section 2.8: #1-26 all

- Section 3.1: #1-38 all

- Section 3.2: #1-43 all

- Section 4.1: #1-18 all, 23-24

- Section 4.2: #1-26 all, 31-32

- Section 4.3: #1-27 all, 23-34 all

- Section 4.4: #1-35 all

- Section 4.5: #1-28 all

- Section 4.6: #1-24 all

- Section 4.7: #1-16 all

- Section 5.1: #1-23 all, 31-32

- Section 5.2: #1-17 all, 21-22, 24

- Section 5.3: #1-26 all

- Section 5.4: #1-18 all

- Section 5.5 #1-6 all

- Section 6.1 #1-31 all

- Section 6.2 #1-22 all

- Section 6.3 #1-16 all

- Section 6.4 #1-14 all

## MATH 3150

### Analysis I

This course serves as an introduction to the theory of functions in one and several variables. The textbook for this course is Introduction to Analysis by Maxwell Rosenlict.

#### Class Links:

- Syllabus
- Calendar
- ShareLaTeX
- Keith Conrad's Latex intro (.tex) (.pdf)
- John Pawlina's Guide to LaTeX
- LaTeX template (.tex) (.pdf)
- Analysis notes by Michael Jury and Scott McCullough
- Exam 1 list
- Exam 1 take home (.pdf) (.tex)
- Exam 1 take home solution
- Exam 2 list
- Exam 2 take home (.pdf) (.tex)
- Project LaTeX template (.tex) (.pdf)
- Sample BibTeX file(.bib)