## Review guide for the first exam

The following resources will be helpful to students when preparing for the first exam. Please also consider the draft formula sheet and, if you wish, send me comments or corrections or suggested additions.
• Material from the spring 2004 version of the course
There are review problems and answers as well as the first exam itself and answers to that exam. I believe most of the material is quite similar to what we have done this semester, and therefore can be useful to you. Most of the spring 2004 review problems were copied from past exams in this course.

• Material from this semester's textbook and a few other questions
Here are review problems whose answers I hope to put on the web when they are sent to me by students. Please send me only plain text e-mail for these solutions!

#Textbook reference or content Student accepting responsibility
1Page 232, problem 1 Stefan Novak
2Page 232, problem 2 Jay Nossen
3Page 232, problems 7 and 8 Xavier Sosa
4Page 232, problems 9 and 10 Kelly Horn
5Page 232, problems 11 and 12 Jason Shih
6Page 232, problems 13 and 14 Scott Shaw
7Page 232, problems 15 and 16 Kevin Lin
8Page 232, problem 17 Franscisco Huertas
9Page 232, problem 18 Joe Salvino
10Page 232, problem 19 John Peterson
11Page 232, problem 20 Jack Wang
12Page 233, problems 25-28 Elizabeth Tozour
13Page 233, problem 29 Jenming Chen
14Page 233, problem 30 Jenilee Julien
15Page 233, problem 31 Agib Pierre-Louis
16Page 233, problem 32 Jaimy Joseph
17Page 233, problem 34 Matthew Defelice
18Page 233, problem 35 Karen Williams
19Page 233, problem 36 David Bond
20Page 233, problem 37 Russell Rufino
21Page 233, problem 38 Dang Le
22Page 233, problem 39 Ronak Kadakia
23Page 233, problem 40 Dhaval Shah
24Are (1,0,2,3) and (2,0,2,2) and (0,1,1,-1) linearly independent in R4? Diana Yamoah
25Write (1,5,3,4) as a linear combination of (2,1,0,1) and (3,-1,1,0) and (0,1,2,3) in R4. John Dwyer
26Can et be written as a linear combination of sin(t) and cos(t)? Why or why not? Morgan Jones
27Can t2 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