When & Where
3:00-4:15 pm, T H, Spring, 2016
2106 SAS Hall
Prof. Carl D. Meyer
4228 SAS Hall
Matrix Analysis and Applied Linear Algebra + Solutions Manual + CD by C. D. Meyer
IMPORTANT The solutions manual is necessary, and it together with the CD should be bundled with the text book---make sure you get it.
All of Prof. Meyer's students are eligible for a 20% discount on this text.
All NC State students qualify for free membership in SIAM, which qualifies them for other discounts.
Available at the NCSU Bookstore (retail price + tax)
Enrolling & Prerequisites
Enrolling: You must do it through Registration & Records Enrollment (Registration). If the class is full, then there is nothing that I can do to override the system. Please do not ask---I do not have the authority to give you permission to enroll
Prerequisites: MA 523
Exams & Grading Policy
EITHER ONE OR TWO REGULAR EXAMS: 1 class period, closed book, each worth 100pts.
FINAL EXAM: 3 hr comprehensive, closed book, and worth 200pts.
MAKE-UP EXAMS: Make-up exams are generally not allowed. Attendance on scheduled exam days is absolutely mandatory!
ATTENDANCE: It's required
GRADES: Determined primarily by exam scores.
BUMPS: Grades can be bumped downward by unexcused absences.
HOMEWORK: Homework is assigned at the end of each lecture.
Schedule Of Events
FIRST MA723 CLASS: January 7 (Thursday)
HOLIDAY (NO CLASS): January 18 (Monday)
EXAM: March 3 (Thursday)
SPRING BREAK: March 7-11 (Mon-Fri)
HOLIDAY (NO CLASS) March 25 (Friday)
EXAM: April 14 (Thursday)
LAST MA723 CLASS: April 21 (Thursday)
FINAL EXAM: April 28 (Thursday) 1:00-4:00 p.m.
DON'T ASK TO TAKE THE FINAL EARLY!
Grades, Exam Scores, and Solutions
FINAL GRADES: Course grades will be posted on the MYPACK Portal site that can be found at the NCSU Registration & Records web site. Once you have entered your unity account and password in MyPack Portal and are admitted, click the FOR STUDENTS tab and select Academic Records --- from there select View My Grades.
SOLUTIONS FOR EXAM 1
SOLUTIONS FOR EXAM 2
SOLUTIONS FOR EXAM 3
Outline & References
References other than the text