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- Course Syllabus
- Course Calendar
- Homework Schedule to Exam I
- Homework Schedule to Exam II
- Homework Schedule to Final. Updated April 27th.

- Chapter 10
- Day 1 stuff: Instructions to put Maple on your computer.
- Group Work, Section 10.1
- Overhead for 24-28, Matching problems
- Day 2 stuff:
- Intro to Maple (slides we'll discuss)
- Tutorial for Maple. Work through the first section!
- Worksheet to use as a template for Quiz 1. (Quiz01Prep.mw)
- Quiz 1 (Due Friday at Midnight)

- Chapter 12
- Maple Lab: Dot and Cross products. Maple sheet due Friday, Feb 2 (evening).
- Chapter 13
- Maple Examples for 13.1 and 13.2 (Ch13_1Maple.mws)
- Maple Example, Implicit Surfaces (Included Feb 14, Ch13_3Maple2.mw)
- PDF version of the Maple output (so you can see it without doing the Maple commands)
- Link to some animated GIFs for 13.3
- Chapter 14
- Overhead slides for 14.1
- Animations for some of the figures in 14.1
- Figure for the matching (in class)
- Maple file, example for 14.1 (plot level curves) (Ch14_1Maple.mw)
- Examples for Section 14.2
- Graphical example, 14.3
- Graphical example, 14.3 (second example)
- Extra practice in 14.3 (#10, #74, and the algebra from #57)
- Graphs for 14.7 (in class)
- Chapter 15
- Chapter 16
- 16.1: Matching exercises
- 16.1/Maple: How to plot a vector field in Maple (PDF output)
- 16.1/Maple: How to plot a vector field in Maple (Maple worksheet)
- 16.3: Exercises 17-18
- 16.4: Is it a conservative vector field?
- An animated flow (16-5)
- A figure for dot product of flow F with normal vector
- Two nice websites for looking at curl and divergence (16.5):
- Handout for parametric surfaces, 16.6

- Chapter 16, post exam
- Example of a non-orientable surface (The Mobius strip)
- Last quiz: There are three Maple problems from the homework to work on. Below are three examples, one for each section.
- Example for 16.7 (Maple file)
- Example for 16.7 (PDF file)
- Example for 16.8 (Maple file)
- Example for 16.8 (PDF file)
- Example for 16.9 (Maple file)
- Example for 16.9 (PDF file)

- Exam 1 topics
- Exam 1 Review Questions
- Solutions to the Review Questions (Solution to #4 and #5 corrected, #18 dropped a 2, and #21(e) added)

- Final Exam Review, Question set A
- Final Exam Review A solutions
- Final Exam Review, Question set B
- Final Exam Review B solutions
- Final Exam Review, Question set C
- Final Exam Review C solutions. TYPO: #12, the plane should be y=4. In the last problem, don't compute the flux, but do use the divergence theorem to compute the flux.