Gregory (Greg) Muller

Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma

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Linear Algebra (Math 3333)

Math 3333 is a linear algebra course which studies the same theory from two different perspectives.

  • Abstractly, linear algebra is the study of vector spaces and linear maps between them.
  • Computationally, linear algebra is the study of vectors and matrices.
For many students, this class serves as a bridge from calculus to more abstract mathematical subjects, providing their first encounter with abstractly defined objects and their properties.

A complete syllabus and many other course materials may be found on the course's Canvas page.