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Detailed Syllabus(§ numbers refer toPoole's book) Date Material Comments WrittenAssignments Handouts May 3-7 Vectors:geometric and algebraic;adding and substracting vectors. Dot product; lengthsandangles. Lines and planes.Crossproduct. Linear equations.Methodsfor solving linear equations. Spanning sets andlineardependence. §§1.1-1.3, 2.1-2.3 Students notfamiliar withcomplex numbers should read Appendix C in Poole. Knowledge of complexnumbersis assumed from the fourth lecture. Solvinglinear equations NewVersion May 12 May 10-14 Algebra withmatrices: addition,multiplication by scalar, multiplication, transpose. Elementarymatrics.The inverse matrix and its calculation by row-reduction; application tolinear equations. Subspace; row, column and null space of a matrix;basisand dimension. Linear transformations. Linear transformation andmatrices.Rotations. Reflections. Composition. §§3.1-3.5 Algebrawith matrices May 17-21 Projections.Inverse lineartransformation. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Determinants. Laplace'sexpansions.Determinants of elementary matrices. The product (and other) formulafordeterminants. Calculation of determinants by row reduction. Determinantas a volume function. Cramer's rule and the adjoint matrix. Thecharacteristicpolynomial. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors revisited. Linear independenceof eigenspaces. Similarity and diagonalization. Representing lineartransformationsin different bases and diagonalization. Applications. §§4.1-4.4 WrittenAss 1 May 24-28 Orthogonality inRn.Orthonormal bases. Orthonormal matrices and distance preservingtransformations.Orthogonal complements and orthogonal projections. The Gram-Schmidtprocess.A Symmetric matrice has real e.values and its e.spaces are orthogonaltoeach other. Orthogonal diagonalization. Applications: Quadratic formsandextrema of functions of 2 variables. §§5.1-5.5 May 24 is VictoriaDay;make-up class is given ub 1B23 on May 25 and 26, 11:30 - 12:25. WrittenAss 2 Diagonalizationalgoirthms Notesfor Wednesday Lectures

Detailed Syllabus Date Material Comments Assignmentsand Solutions 9/3 Introduction.Groups. Subgroups.Order of an element and the subgroup is generates. Subroup generated bya set. The groups Z, Z/nZ, Z/nZ*. The Dihedral group D2n. 9/8 The Symmetricgroup Sn (cycles,sign, transpositions, generators). The group GLn(F). Thequaterniongroup Q. Groups of small order. Direct products. The subgroups of(Z/2Z)2. Cyclic groups and the structure of their subgroups.The group F* is cyclic. Commutator, centralizer and normalizersubgroups.Cosets. Refresh yourmemory of thesymmetric group. Assignment1 Solutions 9/15 Cosets.Lagrange'sTheorem. Normal subgroups and Quotient groups. Abelianization.Homomorphism,kernels and normal subgroups. The first homomorphism theorem. Inquestion 3) (2),p is a prime. Assignment2 Solutions 9/22 Thehomomorphism theorems(cont'd). The lattice of subgroups. Group actions on sets: actions,stabilizersand orbits. Examples. Assignment3 Solutions 9/29 Group actions onsets (cont'd):Cayley's theorem. The Cauchy-Frobenius formula. Applications tocombinatorics:necklaces designs, 14-15 square, Rubik's cube. Conjugacy classes in Sn. Assignment4 Solutions 10/6 Conjugacyclasses in An.Thesimplicity of An. The class equation. p-groups. In question 1,the groupG acts linearly on the vector space V. Assignment5 Solutions You can hand inyourassignment 5 on Wednesday October 15. 10/13 Free groups andBurnside'sproblem. Cauchy's Theorem. Syllow's Theorems -- statement andexamples. Assignment6 Solutions 10/20 Syllow'sTheorems -- proofand applications (e.g., groups of order pq and p2q).Finitelygenerated abelian groups. This version--> of theassignment correct typos of the one given in class. Assignment7 Solutions Numberof Groups of order N 10/27 Semi-directproducts andgroups of order pq. Groups of order less than 16. Composition series.TheJordan Holder Theorem. Assignment8 Solutions 11/3 Solvablegroups. Rings- basics. Ideals and quotient rings. Examples: Z, Z/nZ, R[x], R[[x]],R((x)). Midterm onMonday, November3 17:05-18:25, ARTS 210 MidtermSolutions MidtermGrades 11/10 Examples: Mn(R),Quaternions. Creating new rings: quotient, adding a free variable,fieldof fractions. Ring homomorphisms. First isomorphism theorem. Behaviorofideals under homomorphisms. In question 2, part (1), assume R is an integral domain! Assignment9 Solutions 11/17 More on ideals:intersection,sum, product, generation, prime and maximal. The Chinese RemainderTheorem.Euclidean rings. Examples: Z, F[x], Z[i]. PID's. Euclidean implies PID.Greatest common divisor and the Euclidean algorithm. Assignment10 Solutions 11/24 The Euclideanalgorithm.Prime and irreducible elements + agree in PID. UFD's. Prime andirreducibleagree in UFD. PID implies UFD. g.c.d. in a UFD. Gauss's Lemma. Assignment11 Solutions 12/1 R UFDimplies R[x]UFD. Existence of splitting fields. Construction of finite fields. 2b1af7f3a8