Math 150: Multivariable Calculus:
11-11:50am Bronfman 106: Final:
Wed May 21, 9:30am: TPL 203
Below is a quick summary of the most relevant
material, namely the current reading, quizzes, homework, as well as my lecture
Additional Comments on the lectures:
sheet for the course (definitions, theorems):
click here for a course review
sheet (email me to restore images -- caused downloading woes)
Upcoming HW and reading:
click here for a list of homework problems and suggested
Readings before class: click
here for a bullet point summary to help prepare you for class.
Outline of the course:
a quick summary
Reflections on the the course:
a more extensive
analysis of what was covered
Takeaways for undergraduate classes:
summarizes key points from this and
other undergrad courses
- Review of Calculus I and II:
part II (right click
- Handout from first day
of class is here First
http://youtu.be/Sabcuhsxekg (February 7, 2014:
- all of my course
notes part 1) (student
notes part 2) (student
notes part 3)
- additional comments from the
LaTeX / Mathematica template/videos,
homework problem template.
- Click here for a welcome to the class
- Click here for calculus
review problems and solutions. These are a good way to test your knowledge
of Calc I and II.
Click here for many free textbooks from GeorgiaTech (click
here for a free multivariable calculus textbook)
The textbook is Edwards and Penney:
Calculus (Early Transcendentals), 7th edition, which was
used in Math 104. You may use either the 7th edition or the 6th;
unfortunately, while the content is essentially the same, the page numbering
and chapter labeling differ, and you are responsible for making sure you do
the right problems (I'll try and make sure the problems are the same, but it
is your responsibility to make sure you do the right ones).
in the near future....
- If you didn't get a blue sheet or SCS form, email me and I will arrange
for you to get one.
- If you want, you may send me a write-up of the Green's Theorem in a Day
lecture (by Monday, May 19th, 11am), and I will grade it out of 140 points and
add to your HW average. The video is Lecture 26 on GLOW
- Review classes: Mon 5/19 and Tues 5/20: 9-9am: Bronfman 106. Take-home
part of exam due at 9:30am 5/20/14.
- Review sessions:
Mostly series test (one series and we apply all four tests!):
SCHEDULE OF TA REVIEW SESSIONS:
Sun, Tues, Thurs: 7:30-8:30pm Bronfman 103.
REVIEW SESSIONS: Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs: 8pm-midnight, TPL
click here for a review sheet
for the course (summarizes main results, definitions, key steps in
the proofs, some examples)
General advice: article
on how to study physics (though much of this applies to any field).