- Professor Nadler's Course Website
- Piazza
- Grades on bSpace (for sections 201/203)
- GSI: Minseon Shin; Office: 1062 Evans; Hours: Tue/Thu 8-9 am (or by appointment); Email:
`shinms(at)berkeley(dot)edu` - Lecture meets TuTh 9:30 - 11:00 am in Wheeler Auditorium.
- Section 201 meets MWF 8:00 - 9:00 am in 71 Evans.
- Section 203 meets MWF 9:00 - 10:00 am in 105 Latimer.

- Homework will be collected during section. Late homework will not be accepted. There will be no make-up homework or quizzes, since two of each will be dropped.

- (Oct 24, 2014) I will hold extra office hours for Midterm 2 on Monday, October 27th, from 4 pm to 6 pm in Dwinelle 89.
- (Oct 4, 2014) I will hold extra office hours for Midterm 1 on Monday, October 6th, from 4 pm to 6 pm in Latimer 102.
- (Sep 23, 2014) The second custom edition for Berkeley does not include sections titled "The Leontief Input-Output Model" and "Applications to Computer Graphics". Thus sections 2.6 ("Subspaces of R^n") and 2.7 ("Dimension and Rank") in the custom edition correspond to sections 2.8 and 2.9 in the original edition.
- (Sep 13, 2014) Homework and quizzes will each account for 10% of the final grade.
- (Sep 12, 2014) Grades have been posted to bSpace.

Aug 29 | Quiz 1 | Problems | Solutions |

Sep 5 | Quiz 2 | Problems | Solutions |

Sep 12 | Quiz 3 | Problems | Solutions |

Sep 19 | Quiz 4 | Problems | Solutions |

Sep 26 | Quiz 5 | Problems | Solutions |

Oct 3 | Quiz 6 | Problems | Solutions |

Oct 10 | Quiz 7 | Problems | Solutions |

Oct 17 | Quiz 8 | Problems | Solutions |

Oct 24 | Quiz 9 | Problems | Solutions |

Nov 7 | Quiz 10 | Problems | Solutions |

Nov 14 | Quiz 11 | Problems | Solutions |

Nov 21 | Quiz 12 | Problems | Solutions |

Dec 5 | Quiz 13 | Problems | Solutions |

Oct 31 | Question asked during discussion |

Oct 22 | Questions asked during discussion |

Oct 1 | Solutions to discussion exercises |

Sep 29 | Solutions to discussion exercises |

Sep 8 | Solutions to discussion exercises |

- Harrison Chen and Rob Bayer and Peter Mannisto have good worksheets and quizzes. See also my Spring 2014 page.
- WolframAlpha. It can even do row-reduction! See an example with Section 4.3 Exercise 15.
- "Introduction to mathematical arguments" by Professor Hutchings (in particular Section 2, "How to prove things")
- The $25,000,000,000 Eigenvector: The Linear Algebra Behind Google is a paper which describes the linear algebra used in Google's PageRank algorithm.
- Visualizing eigenvectors GIF by Lucas V. Barbosa (make sure to read the description too)
- Gram-Schmidt process GIF by Lucas V. Barbosa
- Visualizing higher dimensional vector spaces
- Online Matrix Calculator
- Practice Exams on berkeleypedia
- Practice Exams on TBP's Student Resources page