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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!).

- Derivative and Antiderivative Tables (and an in-class example)
- Selected solutions from the homework, Section 4.9

- Selected solutions, Section 5.1
- Selected solutions, Section 5.2
- Extra Practice, Riemann Sums
- Solutions, Extra Practice
- Selected solutions, Section 5.3
- Find the error (For Monday)
- Selected solutions, Section 5.4
- Hints and solutions, Section 5.5

- In class examples, 6.2
- More group work for 6.2
- Group Work Solutions
- Homework Setups, 6.1 (Updated 2/19)
- Homework Setups, 6.2 (Updated 2/19)
- Homework Setups, 6.3 (Updated 2/19)

- Group Work ("Find the Error") for 7.1
- Homework help, Section 7.1
- Homework help, Section 7.2
- Homework help, Section 7.3
- Homework help, Section 7.4
- Hints for Section 7.5
- Hints for Section 7.8

- Hints for Section 11.1
- Hints for Section 11.2
- Hints for Section 11.3
- Hints for Section 11.4
- Hints for Section 11.5
- Hints for Section 11.6 CHANGE TO HW: Delete 29, 38. Add: 10, 20, 22, 31, 35, 37.
- Hints for Section 11.7
- Quiz 9 Solutions
- Hints for Section 11.8
- Hints for Section 11.9
- Hints for Section 11.10
- Animations for Power series

- Arc Length (8.1)
- Surface Area (8.2)
- Average Value and Mean Value Theorem for Integrals
- Work (6.4). A note about work- Constants like g, and things like density/weight of water would be provided. Think more about how to set the integral up.

- Exam 1
- Exam 2
- Review topics and questions, Exam 2
- Table of Integrals that will be provided
- Solutions to the review. (this includes 2 handwritten pages as well).

- Exam 3: 7.8, 11.1-11.10

Extra Office Hours on Sunday, 1-3PM.- List of Topics (distributed in class, but with a larger font)
- Review Questions (distributed in class, but with a larger font)
- Solutions to the Review

- Final Exam

- Supplemental Videos
- 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)
- Pythagorean Theorem