18.06SC | Fall 2011 | Undergraduate

Linear Algebra

Final Exam

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Nine questions in a three-hour closed-book exam would be typical for this course at MIT. We try to cover all the way from Ax=0 (the null space and the special solutions) to projections, determinants, eigenvalues, and even a touch of singular values from the eigenvalues of ATA. That is the good matrix of linear algebra: square, symmetric, and positive definite or at least semidefinite.

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Fall 2011
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