Thanks for reminding us all of this.

]]>In linear algebra, I want a more even balance throughout. And the tasks are not generally as hard. My audience is more diverse (for major and for attitude), so I can’t have a “prove everything” linear algebra class. Instead, tasks are focused around making examples and exploring the edges of the text.

Either way, I need a special text to do this. I don’t know one for linear algebra, so I am trying to write one. I will likely fail at it this time, but get it right next.

]]>Do you have a sense as to how much of the class is getting familiar with Euclid’s work and how much is doing the research questions? Do you have any sense yet whether that proportion will be different for linear algebra?

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