# Course Description

MATH*1160 Linear Algebra I F,W (3-0) [0.50] | |
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This course provides an introduction to linear algebra in Euclidean space. Topics covered include: N-dimensional vectors, dot product, matrices and matrix operations, systems of linear equations and Gaussian elimination, linear independence, subspaces, basis and dimension, matrix inverse, matrix rank and determinant, eigenvalues, eigenvectors and diagonalization, orthogonalization and projections, linear transformations. Some fundamental proofs and applications of these topics will be included. | |

Prerequisite(s): | 4U Calculus and Vectors or 4U Advanced Functions |

Restriction(s): | ENGG*1500, MATH*2150, MATH*2160 |

Department(s): | Department of Mathematics and Statistics |