- Professor Tataru's Course Website
- Grades on bSpace (for 203/211)
- GSI: Minseon Shin; Office: 850 Evans; Hours: Mon/Wed 1-2 pm (or by appointment); Email:
`shinms(at)berkeley(dot)edu` - Lecture meets TuTh 12:30 - 2:00 pm in 155 Dwinelle.
- Section 203 meets MWF 8:00 - 9:00 am in 55 Evans.
- Section 211 meets MWF 12:00 - 1:00 pm in 35 Evans.

- Homework problems assigned on Tuesday will be collected on the following Monday, and problems assigned on Thursday will be collected on the following Friday. It will be checked mostly for completion, and I will usually choose 1-2 problems to look at more carefully.
- There will be a quiz every Wednesday. Quizzes will cover material from the previous week. The top 10 quiz scores from the first 11 quizzes will be used for grade computations.
- Section grade: 50% homework, 50% quiz

- (May 2) There will be a review session on Monday, May 5th from 7 to 9 pm in Evans 70, during which I will discuss some solutions to the sample final and take questions. I will have extra office hours during RRR week, 9 to 11 am in Evans 850 on Mon/Wed/Fri.
- (Apr 28) Grades have been posted to bSpace.
- (Apr 2) There will be no quiz on Wed, Apr 9. There will be a review session on Thu, Apr 3, in Evans 736 from 5 - 7 pm. I will hold extra office hours from 9 - 11 am (Evans 850) on Fri, Apr 4 and Mon, Apr 7.
- (Feb 26) There will be no quiz on Wednesday, March 5.
- (Feb 21) There will be a review session on Mon, Feb 24, in Evans 87 from 8 - 9 pm. Extra office hours from 9 - 11 am (Evans 850) on Mon, Feb 24 and Wed, 26.
- (Feb 12) There will be no discussion on Mon, Feb 17, but there will be a quiz as usual on Wed, Feb 19 (on Sections 4.1 - 4.4). Homework for Tue, Feb 11 lecture will be collected on Wed, Feb 19.
- (Jan 25) Errata (Yifan Zhang): The textbook's answer to Exercise 11 of section 1.3 is that b is not a linear combination of a_1, a_2, a_3; this seems to be a typo (for example, b = 2*a_1 + 3*a_2 + 0*a_3).

May 7 | Quiz 12 | Problems | Solutions |

Apr 30 | Quiz 11 | Problems | Solutions |

Apr 23 | Quiz 10 | Problems | Solutions |

Apr 16 | Quiz 9 | Problems | Solutions |

Apr 8 | Midterm 2 | Solutions | |

Apr 2 | Quiz 8 | Problems | Solutions |

Mar 19 | Quiz 7 | Problems | Solutions |

Mar 12 | Quiz 6 | Problems | Solutions |

Feb 27 | Midterm 1 | Solutions | |

Feb 26 | Quiz 5 | Problems | Solutions |

Feb 19 | Quiz 4 | Problems | Solutions |

Feb 12 | Quiz 3 | Problems | Solutions |

Feb 5 | Quiz 2 | Problems | Solutions |

Jan 29 | Quiz 1 | Problems | Solutions |

- Harrison Chen and Rob Bayer and Peter Mannisto have good worksheets and quizzes.
- WolframAlpha
- "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
- Sample Midterm 1 and Sample Midterm 2 from Spring 2008
- Practice Exams on berkeleypedia
- Practice Exams on TBP's Student Resources page