It is intended that the student acquires: - Basic knowledge of Linear Algebra; - Ability to apply the acquired knowledge in different contexts; - Calculation skills and mathematical reasoning to construct rigorous arguments; - Ability to communicate in writing and orally, in mathematical language; - Ability to work in groups; - Ability to learn autonomously.
1. Operate with matrices. 2. Calculate the determinant and the inverse of a matrix. 3. Classify and solve systems of linear equations. 4. Determine a basis and the dimension of a vector subspace of IRn. 5. Calculate the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a matrix. 6. Identify and represent by matrices linear transformations
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