Panashe,

The notes in Swedish are from the university lectures Hania gave before we made the Udemy courses. The corresponding english notes are attached to each video on Udemy as resources. The notes on Udemy are much more extensive and complete as compared to the notes in Swedish, since the Udemy courses cover more material than the university courses did. So you’re not missing anything.

Martin

]]>I purchased the course on Udemy is it possible to get PDF documents with the lecture notes in English. I viewed the ones written in Swedish.

]]>Hi Ahmed,

I have looked at your exam questions and I see that they are in a way more theoretical than my courses. This is not a surprise, as your future studies will be “Master program in Mathematics”, while my courses are in the first place meant for engineering students and professionals needing maths for their work.

You will find (almost) all the elements in my courses, but in a more practical setting, not so much in a theoretical setting.

For example:

1. I didn’t discuss spaces like W+V and direct sum of W and V. Not that it is difficult, I just did’n discuss them. You might look for example here:

2. I didn’t introduced the space Hom(V), even though I discussed linear transformations. You can have a look here to complete the info:

https://solitaryroad.com/c033.html

3. I didn’t discuss adjoint operators, so you need to read about it somewhere else.

All the other topics are in my courses, but I am extremely reluctant to indicate in which places in my courses you find the material to the solutions to your exam questions. Linear Algebra is an enormously large domain and everything is interconnected. If I tell you “see Section 5” and you follow my advice without looking at earlier parts, you might miss a lot of stuff. I don’t know your previous knowledge. Who knows, maybe you need to see LAG1, too? This is something I cannot know.

For example: question 3A is basically about inner products, but if I just tell you to watch Sections 7–10 in LAG3 about these topics, you will miss eigenvalues (Section 14 in LAG2).

Also Question 2 needs knowledge from plenty different sections, because you have both spaces and their bases, the space of polynomials, eigenvalues, and diagonalisation.

The thing is that exam questions are complex and need a solid knowledge of the domain. My courses offer a possibility of gaining a really solid understanding of large parts of linear algebra, and each section in all the three courses contributes to this understanding. Maybe you can skip some of them, but you are the only person who can decide about it. I definitely don’t feel comfortable in giving you such a precise advice as you ask for, because I could unintentionally harm you by narrowing down the stuff you need to study (we know the content of the previous exam, but not the future ones!), or maybe by putting too much on your plate.

I hope that you understand.

I wish you a lot of success!

Kind regards,

Hania

]]>From what I understood the entire part 2 and some of part 3 covers the topics which exist in my syllabus

I’ll provide you with our last year final exam and I’d like to know which section of your courses problems PDFs provides a similar level of questions as the exam I’ll provide you

For example

Q1 —> part2 pdf section 4

Q2 —> part 3 pdf section 2

And so on

Thanks in advance

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1beYbGs5Jik8Hmbt-QORWIFqMhWviy3oU/view

]]>Hi Ahmed,

I have looked at your professor’s notes and it looks like the majority of stuff you need is in Linear Algebra and Geometry 2 (change of basis, linear transformations, eigenvalues, diagonalization of matrices). Plus harder problems on the same topics (AND symmetric matrices) in Linear Algebra and Geometry 3. If you discover that you need some basics from Linear Algebra and Geometry 1, you can always go back and have a look there, but your exam seem to be more on the level of LAG2 and LAG3.

I would recommend that you go through the old exam problems and try to solve them. If it is hard, revisit the theory and examples in LAG2. Then, you can look for similar problems in the outlines for my courses, so that you get more practice:

https://www.wehlou.com/hania/files/uu/Outline_Linear_Algebra_and_Geometry_2.pdf

https://www.wehlou.com/hania/files/uu/Outline_Linear_Algebra_and_Geometry_3.pdf

https://www.wehlou.com/hania/files/uu/Outline_Linear_Algebra_and_Geometry_1.pdf

Only in this way you can see if you don’t miss any topics. If you are not sure where (or: if) you can find some specific topics in my courses, drop me a line, and I will help you find the right spot (or: tell you that my courses don’t cover this particular topic).

I wish you all the best during your preparations for the exam. Hope you get in!

Kind regards,

Hania

]]>I am applying for a master’s degree in mathematics and before you become qualified to join the Program you have to study some undergraduate modules like linear algebra and abstract algebra and pass their exams.

For linear algebra

I’d like to know if your linear algebra courses are enough to allow me to pass that level of exam questions and which part of your courses would you recommend for me to purchase that focus on the exact topics of our syllabus

Thanks in advance

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I’ll provide you with a Google drive link which contains previous year exams

I’ll also provide you with our professor notes so you get to know what our syllabus is for the course

Previous year exams

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Our professor notes

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1H12j-G6pE28flXWhPg9sQ2r0LE-vtnAm/view

]]>May I have your email id to ask some questions, which are not reasonable to ask here?

]]>Dear Stefano,

I hope that we can release the first part (Calculus 1, part 1 of 2: Limits and continuity) in June, the second part (Calculus 1, part 2 of 2: Derivatives with applications) in October.

Thank you for choosing our courses! We appreciate it a lot.

Kind regards,

Hania

do have any month – indicatively, of course – of release of the Calculus 1 course? ]]>