Jim Hefferon

Mathematics

Saint Michael's College

Colchester, Vermont USA 05439

These are things that various instructors have been kind enough to
share, that might be helpful to users of the
*Linear Algebra* textbook.
All of these are freely available; you may download them, use them in
class, or whatever.

If you can contribute something, please write me. I am interested in homework sets (with or without answers), exams, new Topics, programs, whatever. I am particularly interested if you can include your source, such as a LaTeX file, so that others can cut and paste, if they want.

**Chapter Zero; Basic Notations and Conventions***(L. Simons)*An elementary sketch of set notation, subsets, and set operations, including binary operations. PDF file and LaTeX and MetaPost source in a zip archive.**Course Exams***(R. Cleary)*The first exam, the second exam, the third exam, and the final exam, from a course taught out of*Linear Algebra*. The LaTeX source in a zip archive.**Course Exams and Homework***(G. Ashline, Spring 1999)*The first exam and the second exam. (The final is not available.) The homework problem sets: first, (the second one is not available), the third, the fourth, (the fifth one is not available), the sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, and the tenth. The LaTeX source in a zip archive.**Course Exams and Homework***(G. Ashline, Spring 2000)*The first exam and the second exam. (The final is not available.) The homework problem sets: first, third, fourth, sixth, seventh, eigth, ninth, and tenth. The LaTeX source in a zip file.

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