Week | Sections in text (estimated) | Quiz/Test | Administrivia |
---|---|---|---|

Week 1: Aug. 29 - Sept. 2 | 1.1-1.4 | None! | |

Week 2: Sept. 5-9 | 1.4-1.6 | Quiz #1 | No class on Monday (Labor Day) |

Week 3: Sept. 12-16 | 1.6, 4.1-4.3 | Quiz #2 | Monday: last day to drop without a W or change grading option to pass/fail |

Week 4: Sept. 19-23 | 4.3-4.4, 5.1-5.2 | Quiz #3 | |

Week 5: Sept. 26-30 | 5.3-5.4 | Midterm #1 | |

Week 6: Oct. 3-7 | 6.1-6.4 | Quiz #4 | |

Week 7: Oct. 10-14 | 6.4-6.5, 7.1 | Quiz #5 | |

Week 8: Oct. 17-21 | 7.2-7.4 | Quiz #6 | |

Week 9: Oct. 24-28 | 7.4-7.5 | Quiz #7 | |

Week 10: Oct. 31 - Nov. 4 | 7.6, 8.1-8.2 | Midterm #2 | Monday: last day to drop or change a pass/fail option to letter grade |

Week 11: Nov. 7-11 | 8.3-8.4, 9.1 | Quiz #8 | |

Week 12: Nov. 14-18 | 9.1-3 | Quiz #9 | |

Week 13: Nov. 21-25 | Thanksgiving break | ||

Week 14: Nov. 28 - Dec. 2 | 9.3, 9.6, 9.4 | Quiz #10 | |

Week 15: Dec. 5-9 | 9.5 and review | Quiz #11 |

(a cross b) cross (c cross d) = (a dot (b cross d))c - (a dot (b cross c))d

- Are all the terms squares? If one term is linear, it's a paraboloid. (If one of the positive terms is the linear term, it's a hyperbolic paraboloid. Multiply by -1 to get an equation more like the one in the book.) Otherwise, it's one of the other four.
- Do all the variables' signs match? If so, it's an ellipsoid. If not, you have an elliptic cone or a hyperboloid, and you need to check the sign of the constant to figure out what you've got.

- The union of (-infinity,2] and [pi,infinity) in R
- { (x,y) | 0 < x < 2 and -1 < y <= 0 } in R^2
- The xy-plane in R^3
- { (x,y,z) | x^2 + y^2 -z^2 > 5 } in R^3

Remember that the book does have integral tables on p. 737.

- finding the mass of a region given a density function,
- finding the center of mass of a region given a density function (or simply given the region if a centroid is requested), and
- finding probabilities given a probability density function and figuring out how to turn a function into a probability density function. (Recall that a p.d.f. is simply a function that is never negative and whose integral over the entire space is 1.)

Remember your #2 pencil on Wednesday!