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Week 1, January 6, Review Calculus

Lecture, Homework 1 (due Monday, Januray 20)

Week 2, January 13, 11.1 Rectangular Coordinates in 3-Space, 11.2 Vectors

Week 3, January 20, 11.3 Dot Product, 11.4 Cross Product

Homework 2 (due Monday, Feb 3)

Note: First quiz on Monday, Jan 27 from section 11.1-11.4

Week 4, January 27, 11.5 Parametric Equations of Lines, 11.6 Planes

Week 5, February 3, 11.7 Quadric Surfaces, 12.1 Vector Functions and Space Curves, 12.2 Calculus of Vector Functions

Homework 3 (due Wednesday, Feb 12)

Announcement: No Class on Monday Feb 10 due to religious holiday.

The make-up class is on Friday Feb 14, 12-2 at room A327 (new building)

Week 6, February 14, continue 12.2 and 12.3 Arc Lengths

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Information of the Midterm Exam

Midterm exam (25%) is during the regular lecture time, Monday Feb 17, 10-11 (follows with lecture afterward, 11-12). The material include everything from lecture 1-6. Calculator is allowed if you want to bring one.

For more practice; old exam 1 and old exam 2 with answers.

Also Answers to practice problems 5 & 6

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Week 7, February 17, 13.1 Functions of Two Variables

Week 8, February 24, 13.2 Limits and Continuity

Lecture, Practice problems 8 (with corrections on problem 1 and 2.)

Homework 4 (due Monday, March 9)

Week 9, March 2, 13.3 Partial Derivatives, 13.4 Local Linearity

Note: Second quiz on Monday, March 9 from section 13.1-13.3

Week 10, March 9, 13.5 The Chain Rule, 13.6 Directional Derivative

Homework 5 (due Monday, March 23)

Week 11, March 16, 13.7 Tangent Planes, 13.8 Max/Min Values

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Class cancelled from 16-20 March due to MU policy on a precuation against Covid-19

I will keep you update here on how to proceed with our class as soon as I figure it out.

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Announcement (1.30pm, March 17, 2020)

0. HW5 is still due on Monday, March 23.

1. There will be no class during the last 2 weeks. Please study section 13.7 Tangent Planes, 13.8 Max/Min Values from the note I wrote.

2. I strongly recommend you to try old final exam 1 and old final exam 2 (with answers). It is an excellent practice for the final exam.

3. (I change my mind) The exam will be on-line from 10-11:50 on Monday March 23 (I hope there will be no more change). The exam includes section 13.1 to 13.8.

4. If you need help, please feel free to let me know. We can talk on the phone or line. But meeting on the campus during March 16-20 is not allowed.

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Instruction for the Final Exam (posted 11am, March 19, 2020)

With this situation, we are left with no choice but to conduct an on-line exam. It is not an ideal way to conduct an exam, but it is probably the only option we have.

On this coming Monday March 23 at 10am (sharp), I will post the final exam here (probably about 6 problems just like in the past exam). You will do it on your computer with your handwriting (or writing it on actual papers and take photos), just like what most of you did for the HW. When the time is up at 11:50am (or if you finish earlier), you will send me the file through my email: thotsaporn@gmail.com within noon time.

We have to use an honor system here. No consulting with other persons or internet. Note and past hw are ok. I will make an exam a little bit harder to balance the fact that you have access to your note and hw.

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Posted (10am, March 23, 2020) Final Exam Good luck!