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MATH 310 Linear Algebra


Linear algebra is the study of vector spaces and transformations on them. This course emphasizes techniques of computation and applications. Topics include systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, eigenvalues and eigenspaces, and inner product spaces. Applications typically include polynomial interpolation, electrical networks, cryptography, computer graphics, Markov chains, and approximation of functions including Fourier methods.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 56-3740
MA
Prerequisites MATH 220 Calculus I 
Minimum Credits 4 Maximum Credits 4



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