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MATH 203 - Linear Algebra |

Prerequisite: MATH 106 or equivalent. (See Math
Flowchart, Page 139.) Introduces linear algebra with
emphasis on interpretation and the development of
computational techniques. Topics include systems of
equations; matrices are utilized for the interpretation
of vector spaces, subspaces, independence bases,
dimension, inner product, outerproduct, orthogonal
and orthonormal sets. Also the transformation of
matrices, matrix operations, inverses, conditions for
invertibility, determinants and their properties. The
characteristics equation and its eigenvalue are used
for problem solving and the development of linear
transformations.
3.000 Credit hours 3.000 Lecture hours 0.000 Lab hours 0.000 Other hours Levels: Undergraduate Schedule Types: Hybrid (Synchronous), Individual Study, Lecture, On-line Study (Synchronous), On-line Study (Asynchronous) Science/Math/Technology Division Math Department Course Attributes: Gen Ed Mathematics, Liberal Arts Elective, Math Elective, Math/Science Elective, GE:Math&Quantitative Reasoning |