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Note: If you are certain that you will not be taking Calculus
III, you might purchase the single variable edition instead, **
HOWEVER**, do not purchase the so-called ``Hybrid Edition'' (it has
no exercises included!).

- Hints for homework, Section 11.7
- Selected Solutions, Section 11.8
- (YouTube Link) Animation showing how polynomials represent a function (for Section 11.9)
- In class example, 11.9

- Table of Derivatives and Antiderivatives (For Tues, 10/1)
- Selected Solutions, Section 5.1
- Selected Solutions, Section 5.2
- Extra Practice, Riemann sums
- Extra Practice Solutions
- Selected Solutions, Section 5.3
- Selected Solutions, Section 5.4
- Find the error FTC (Link for Thursday)
- Find the error (Thursday)

- Group Work 1: Solids of Revolution
- Group Work 2: Solids with different cross sectional area
- Solutions to the Group Work Problems
- Homework Setups, Section 6.1
- Homework graphs, Section 6.2
- Integrals, Section 6.2
- Homework setups, Section 6.3

- Find the Error (For Mon, Nov 4)
- Find the Error, part 2 (For Mon, Nov 4)
- Homework Hints, 7.1
- Homework Hints, 7.2
- For 7.3, some extra help using internet videos:
- Homework Hints, 7.3
- Table of Identities and Integrals
- Homework Hints, 7.4
- Homework Hints, 7.5
- Homework Hints, 7.8

- Exam 1: Sequences and Series
- Quiz 2 (Take Home Quiz) Solutions
- What's on the exam?
- Exam review questions. NOTE: You may ignore question 13 (the remainder of the Taylor series), since we have not covered that yet (will also be noted in the solutions).
- Exam review solutions
- Exam 1, version "M126C" solutions
- Exam 1, version "Math 126" solutions

- Exam 2: Chapters 5 and 6 (plus 4.9)
- Exam 2 Review Sheet (Updated to correct typos noted in the solutions)
- Review Solutions (Updated to correct 3, 8(f) and 9(a))

- Exam 3: Sections 7.1-7.5, 7.8, 6.4, 8.1
- Final Exam
- Course Overview
- Review Set 1
- Solutions, Review Set 1
- Review Set 2
- Solutions, Review Set 2 (Updated for error in 13(i), which was off by a negative sign)
- Review Set 3
- Solutions, Review Set 3

- The great Benoit Mandelbrot discussing Fractal Geometry ("How long is the coast of Britain?". Prof. Mandelbrot passed away shortly after this talk in 2010. (About 17 minutes)