Matrix Algebra for Engineers
Prof: Christopher Eagle / Fall 2022
Aug 2, 2023
For first year engineering the class is definitely not easy. Most peoples first look at theory and proof heavy mathematics. If you do the homework and study lots it is not too bad.
Lots of the main ideas in this course are used in MANY other engineering classes. Even if you don't get the best grade ensure you at least understand the material.
Chris was the best first year professor I had. The kindest most positive thinking man I have ever met. Often showed us cute pictures of his kid and told us heart warming stories. As a lecturer he can talk a little fast but has no problem slowing down or reiterating stuff on the board.
Keep up with studying, the course is difficult to cram prior to an exam so get the material in your head.
Prof: Dr. Marcelo Laca / Fall 2016
May 5, 2021
Class Average: 67.0% Is one of the hardest classes. Material is very math-heavy and theoretical for first-year engineering students. Unfortunately, this course's material is fundamental, and the material will pop up in courses from first to final year.
If another professor/section is better don't be afraid to attend. Just don't miss midterms in original section.
Prof: Chris Eagle / Fall 2019
Apr 6, 2021
Eagle is the best, class is very hard and VERY theory based, best way to prepare is to take very in depth notes in class and go over / review notes when you can.
Do lots of questions from the book when preparing for midterms, in this class repetition is VERY key.
Prof: Christopher Eagle / Fall 2017
Mar 19, 2021
Chris Eagle is a great teacher and did a good job of teaching this course using relevant chalk board examples and providing clear formulas and proofs. While not useful for 100- and 200- classes, matrix algebra is very important for some upper level 400- engineering courses.
Get comfortable with theorems and practice examples. Attend lectures and stay up-to-date with new content.
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