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MATH10202 Linear Algebra A (2017-18)

This is an introduction to linear algebra for first year, single honours mathematics students.

This is the page for the first half of the course, which will be lectured by Mark Kambites. Lectures for the second half of the course will be given by Louise Walker. Louise's materials will be on Blackboard.

Course Materials

These are the materials for Mark's part of the course. Please let me know if you need materials in a different format because of a disability.

Materials for Louise's part of the course will be available on Blackboard.

Podcasts of lectures will be available, but these are intended as an additional resource and not a core part of the course. The format of the lectures will be tailored to those present in the room, not to the recording, and I make no guarantees about the quality or reliability of the recordings. If you do wish to use the recordings they can be found here.

Timetable / Support

We have 4 hours timetabled each week for lectures....

In addition to lectures you will have a one-hour Feedback Supervision every week, on either Tuesday or Wednesday - see your personal timetable in the Student Portal. The supervisions are your main opportunity for support and feedback on your work, and attendance is compulsory.

You are also welcome to speak to me after any lecture, to contact me with any queries, or to come along to my weekly office hour. My office is room 2.137 in the Alan Turing Building. My office hour for Semester 2 of 2017-18 will usually be 2:30-3:30 on Fridays during teaching weeks only; I am away in Week 4 so there will be no office hour on Friday 23rd February. If you need see me at other times please feel free to contact me for an appointment. (Outside my office hour, I'm afraid other responsibilities mean that I can usually only see students by appointment.)
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