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- Click here to see the letter grades.
- Make-up exam will be on 20 January 2007, Saturday at 11.00 in M-105. (Announced on 9 Jan 2007.)
- Third exam places are arranged according to lastnames:

M-04 A-�, M-05 D-i, M-06 K-P, M-07 S-Z. - The best date for the make-up exam seems to be 20 January Saturday. Please write to one of the instructors if you need to take the make-up exam and object to this date. (Announced on 28 Dec 2006.)
- Exercise sheet for the third exam. .pdf .dvi
- Second exam results are posted. Check the announcement boards on the first floor of the department. You can see your exam papers at Erkan Murat Turkan's office (Z-42) on 26 and 28 December between 10.40 and 12.30.
- Exercise sheet for the second exam. .pdf .dvi
- You can learn your first midterm grade now.
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- Section 01: Tuesday 13.40-15.30 (M-105) Thursday
13.40-15.30 (M-13)

- Section 02: Monday 13:40-15:30 (M-104)
Wednesday 13:40-15:30 (M-104)

Section 02: Ay�e Berkman -- Monday 10.40-11.30 and Wednesday 15.40-16.30 (M-242)

Both Sections: Erkan Murat T�rkan -- Tuesday and Thursday 10.40-12.30 (Z-42)

Contents: Everything in sections 1.1-1.7 (inclusive), except the LU-decomposition.

Exam 2: 5 December 2006, Tuesday 17:40

Contents: All of Chapter 2, except pages 192 - 203 (Intersections, Sums, Direct Sums).

Exam 3: 12 January 2007, Friday 16:30

Contents: "Intersections, Sums, Direct Sums and Quotients" from Chapter 2 and everything from Chapter 3 (pages 192 - 282). (This means, in Exam 3 there will not be direct questions on the former topics, but you may (and will) need to know the contents of Chapter 1 and 2 to be able to solve the questions.)

Exam 2 - 35 points

Final - 35 points

Although a curve based on the distribution of total grades will be consulted; the letter grades will be mainly determined by a system similar to Catalog and this will be done AFTER Exam 3.

**Make-up Exam:** There will be a make-up exam after Exam 3
covering all the topics. The make-up exam may be substituted for only
one exam that is missed. (In order to take the make-up exam you must
consult one of the instructors.)

2. Addition of matrices, multiplication of matrices by scalars, matrix multiplication. Row equivalence.

3. Invertibility. Systems of linear equations.

4-5. Determinants

6-7. Vector spaces

8-10. Linear dependence, bases.

11. Linear transformations.

12. Kernel, image.

13. L(V,W)

14. Matrix representations.

**Suggested Problems:**

Section 1.1: 2, 8

Section 1.2: 1(b,c), 6, 7

Section 1.3: 2, 3b, 4, 13

Section 1.4: 1(A^{2}), 6, 7, 9, 11

Section 1.5: All.

Section 1.6: All, except 19 and 20.

Section 1.7: All, except 24.

Section 2.2: 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 48.

Section 3.1: 1(b,d), 4, 5, 6 (If exists, describe T, find Ker(T) and
Im(T).), 7, 8.

Section 3.2: 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 12, 15, 16 (Your solution of 16 must
not exceed two lines.).

Section 3.3: 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 14 (Definition: f: V--> R annihilates v
means, f(v)=0.), 16, 17, 18, 24, 25, 26, 28.

Section 3.4 : 1, 2, 3, 4.

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28 December 2006.*