Math 306  Matrix and Power Series Methods  Winter 2019
Class Information
Instructor: Tuan Pham
TA: Charles Camacho
Section 20
Class meetings: Kidder Hall 364, MWF 12:00  12:50 PM
[Syllabus]
[Tentative calendar]
[Canvas site]
Office Hours
MWF 1:00  3:30 PM at Kidder Hall 268
Assignments
Lecture notes
Lecture 26 (Mar. 15): some applications of Taylor series
Lecture 25 (Mar. 13): differentiation of power series; algebraic method to find Taylor series
Lecture 24 (Mar. 11): more examples on power series; Taylor series
Lecture 23 (Mar. 8): more examples on Alternating series test; power series
Lecture 22 (Mar. 6): more examples on Ratio test; Root test, Alternating series test, absolute/conditional convergence
Lecture 21 (Mar. 4): more examples on Integral test; Ratio test
Lecture 20 (Mar. 1): more examples on Comparison test; Integral test
Lecture 19 (Feb. 27): Comparison test.
Lecture 18 (Feb. 25): algebraic properties of series.
Lecture 17 (Feb. 18): error estimates (cont.), infinite sum/series.
Lecture 16 (Feb. 15): error estimates of approximation by Taylor polynomials.
Lecture 15 (Feb. 13): Taylor polynomials and applications.
Lecture 14 (Feb. 11): complex eigenvectors and eigenvalues, nonlinear maps.
Lecture 13 (Feb. 6): eigenvectors and eigenvalues of special linear maps, algorithm to find them.
Lecture 12 (Feb. 4): applications of LI and LD, eigenvectors and eigenvalues.
Lecture 11 (Feb. 1): linear dependence (LI) and linear independence (LD).
Lecture 10 (Jan. 30): applications of determinant, linear combinations.
Lecture 9 (Jan. 28): applications of matrix inverse, determinant of 2x2 and 3x3 matrices.
Lecture 8 (Jan. 25): matrix inverse.
Lecture 7 (Jan. 23): system of linear equations, reduced row echelon form.
Lecture 6 (Jan. 18): system of linear equations, row echelon form.
Lecture 5 (Jan. 16): composite maps, system of linear equations.
Lecture 4 (Jan. 14): matrix associated with a linear map.
Lecture 3 (Jan. 11): matrix and algebra of matrices.
Lecture 2 (Jan. 9): linear maps.
Lecture 1 (Jan. 7): introduction, methods to compute values of a function.
Remarks before / after class
2/18/2019: No class on Wednesday (2/20) and Friday (2/22)
1/23/2019: Reduced row echelon form
1/18/2019: Row echelon form
Links
Department of Mathematics
Oregon State University
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