1. Students have shown that they know and understand the mathematical language and the abstract-rigorous reasoning, as well as to apply them to state and prove precise results in several areas of mathematics.
2. Students have shown that they understand the fundamental results of linear algebra and matrix theory concerning vector spaces, inner product spaces, solving systems of linear equations and linear least squares problems.
3. Students have shown that they understand the basic arithmetic operations between complex numbers, that they are able to compute with them and to interpret geometrically such computations.
4. Students are able to use techniques from linear algebra and matrix theory to construct mathematical models of processes that appear in real world applications.
5. Students are able to communicate, in a precise and clear manner, ideas, problems and solutions related to linear algebra and matrix theory to any kind of audience (specialist or not).