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Student accepting responsibility 
1  Page 232, problem 1
 Stefan Novak 
2  Page 232, problem 2
 Jay Nossen 
3  Page 232, problems 7 and 8
 Xavier Sosa 
4  Page 232, problems 9 and 10
 Kelly Horn 
5  Page 232, problems 11 and 12
 Jason Shih 
6  Page 232, problems 13 and 14
 Scott Shaw 
7  Page 232, problems 15 and 16
 Kevin Lin 
8  Page 232, problem 17
 Franscisco Huertas 
9  Page 232, problem 18
 Joe Salvino 
10  Page 232, problem 19
 John Peterson 
11  Page 232, problem 20
 Jack Wang 
12  Page 233, problems 2528
 Elizabeth Tozour 
13  Page 233, problem 29
 Jenming Chen 
14  Page 233, problem 30
 Jenilee Julien 
15  Page 233, problem 31
 Agib PierreLouis 
16  Page 233, problem 32
 Jaimy Joseph 
17  Page 233, problem 34
 Matthew Defelice 
18  Page 233, problem 35
 Karen Williams 
19  Page 233, problem 36
 David Bond 
20  Page 233, problem 37
 Russell Rufino 
21  Page 233, problem 38
 Dang Le 
22  Page 233, problem 39
 Ronak Kadakia 
23  Page 233, problem 40
 Dhaval Shah 
24  Are (1,0,2,3) and (2,0,2,2) and
(0,1,1,1) linearly independent in R^{4}?
 Diana Yamoah 
25  Write (1,5,3,4) as a linear combination
of (2,1,0,1) and (3,1,1,0) and (0,1,2,3) in R^{4}.
 John Dwyer 
26  Can e^{t} be written as a
linear combination of sin(t) and cos(t)? Why or why not?
 Morgan Jones 
27  Can t^{2} be written as a
linear combination of P(t)=(t+1)(t+2) and Q(t)=(t+1)(t+3) and
R(t)=(t+2)(t+3)? Why or why not?
 Benjamin Dow 
