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Course Name
Turkish
Lineer Cebir
English
Linear Algebra
Course Code
MAT 143
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester
1
4



Course Language
Turkish
Course Coordinator
İbrahim Kırat
Course Objectives
1. To teach matrix algebra and system of linear equations.
2. To teach how to solve a system of linear equations.
3. To teach invertible matrices and the properties of the determinant.
4. To teach vector spaces, subspaces, span of a set, linear independence, basis, coordinates of a vector, and the dimension.
5. To teach the concept of inner product, inner product space and diagonalization methods.
6. To teach linear transformations and their matrix representations.
Course Description
1. To teach matrix algebra and system of linear equations.
2. To teach how to solve a system of linear equations.
3. To teach invertible matrices and the properties of the determinant.
4. To teach vector spaces, subspaces, span of a set, linear independence, basis, coordinates of a vector, and the dimension.
5. To teach the concept of inner product, inner product space and diagonalization methods.
6. To teach linear transformations and their matrix representations.
Course Outcomes
Students completing this course will be able to:
I. Can solve linear equations by using matrix methods.
II. Learn and apply the properties of determinants.
III. Understand and use real vector spaces and subspaces.
IV. Understand basis, dimension and linear independence.
V. Learn the concept of inner product inner product space and orthogonalization methods.
VI. Learn the concept of linear transformations and their matrix representations.
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Textbook
Leon, Steven J., 2006, “Linear Algebra with Applications”, 7th Edition Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0 132003066.
Howard Anton, Chris Rorres, 2005, “Elementary Linear Algera”, John Wiley and Sons.
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