**GSI:** Patrick Lutz

**Email:** Reverse of ude.yelekreb “at” ztulgp

**Office:** 1068 Evans

**Finals Week Office Hours:** M 3-5, Tu 3-5, W 10-12

**Discussion 102:** MWF 8-9 am in 6 Evans

**Discussion 103:** MWF 9-10 am in 71 Evans

No longer available. I used sayat.me for this purpose, but since then they seem to have turned into some kind of social media company.

- Quiz 1 can be found on bcourses
- Quiz 2 and Solutions
- Quiz 3 and Solutions
- Quiz 4 and Solutions
- Quiz 5 and Solutions
- Quiz 6 and Solutions
- Quiz 7 and Solutions
- Quiz 8 and Solutions
- Quiz 9 and Solutions
- Quiz 10 and Solutions
- Quiz 11 and Solutions
- Quiz 12 and Solutions

- Combinatorics worksheet 1 and Solutions
- Combinatorics worksheet 2 and Solutions
- Combinatorics worksheet 3 and Solutions
- Combinatorics worksheet 4 and Solutions
- Combinatorics worksheet 5 and Solutions
- Combinatorics worksheet 6 and Solutions
- Combinatorics worksheet 7 and Solutions

- Discrete Probability worksheet 1 and Solutions
- Discrete Probability worksheet 2 and Solutions
- Discrete Probability worksheet 3 and Solutions
- Discrete Probability worksheet 4 and Solutions
- Discrete Probability and Review worksheet 5 and Solutions
- Discrete Probability and Review worksheet 6 and Solutions

- Dynamics worksheet 1 and Solutions
- Dynamics worksheet 2 and Solutions
- Dynamics worksheet 3 and Partial solutions
- Dynamics worksheet 4 and Solutions
- Dynamics worksheet 5 and Solutions
- Dynamics worksheet 6 and Solutions

Linear Algebra is one of the most beautiful and widely applicable parts of mathematics. In this class, however, we need to cover linear algebra in about 2 weeks, which is not enough time to learn very much about any subject. So we will learn about linear algebra in a way that completely misses its beauty and even obscures many of the useful applications. C’est la vie.

Who drew the image at the top of this page? And why?