11/3: Congratulations on completing the second midterm. The global average and standard deviation were 80 and 9, respectively.

10/23: This website is up! I will be updating as I find old worksheets, write new worksheets/notes, and learn html. I urge you all to take a look at the notes. Those are new. They form an organized compilation of all important definitions, theorems, and proofs covered since the first midterm.

Midterm 2: 11/2 (covers in-class material up to 10/27)

Midterm 1: 9/28

Week | Topic | Worksheets | Notes |
---|---|---|---|

Week 1: | Vectors, distances, dot product | ||

Week 2: | Cross product, level sets | ||

Week 3: | Parametrizations, coordinates | 1 2 | |

Week 4: | Midterm review, Limits | 1 | see Week 6 notes |

Week 5: | PDE, Linear approximation | 1 | see Week 6 notes |

Week 6: | Higher dimensional derivatives | Gradient and directional derivatives | |

Week 7: | Extremal problems | 1 2 | Critical points and Lagrange multipliers |

Week 8: | Higher dimensional integrals | higher integrals and change of variables | |

Week 9: | Midterm review, triple integrals | Triple Coords | Oliver's review outline (strange contrast edition) and Review worksheet |

Week 10: | Vector fields, line integrals | quality worksheet 1-vfs | Higher dimensional FTC |

Week 11: | Green's Theorem, flux integrals | Green's Theorem and Flux | Look at those ^^ |

Week 12: | Stokes' Theorem and Thanksgiving | Stokes | |

Week 13: | Divergence Theorem and Review |

Vector fields on S^2! --> .

This is what my design school friend told me is the best way to remember that the surface area of a sphere is 4 pi r^2.