MATH 255

Applied Honors Calculus III

Winter 2005

#### Lecture:

#### Section 1: MTuWF 10 - 11 at Dennison 224

#### Section 2: MTuWF 11 - 12 at Dennison 237

#### Office Hours: MTuF 1 - 2 at East Hall 4835

#### first day (.pdf)

#### syllabus (.pdf)

#### review sheet for midterm #1 (.pdf)

#### Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion (extra credit) (.pdf)

#### a review sheet for midterm #2 (.pdf)

#### another review sheet for midterm #2 (.pdf)

#### yet another review sheet for midterm #2 (.pdf)

#### a review sheet for the final exam (.pdf)

#### another review sheet for the final exam (.pdf)

#### homework 1 (.pdf)

#### homework 2 (.pdf)

Some directions and comments for the Computer Lab assignment:

#### homework 3 (.pdf)

Don't turn in the problems that i assigned from section 14.1 with hw #3, i'll collect them next week with hw #4.#### homework 4 (.pdf)

#### homework 5 (.pdf)

#### homework 6 (.pdf)

#### homework 7 (.pdf)

#### homework 8 (.pdf)

#### homework 9 (.pdf)

#### homework 10 (.pdf)

#### homework 11 (.pdf)

#### A review session for the final exam will be held on Thursday April 21 in EH B261 (on the Psychology side of EH) from 1.00 to 3.00.

#### I will also hold extra office hours this week. I will announce the times during lecture.

#### The final exam will be held on Monday April 25 in Chem 1300 from 10.30 to 12.30. Calculators are not allowed in this exam, but you can bring two pages (i.e., the two sides of a 11 x 8.5 in piece of paper) of notes.

#### A review session for the second midterm will be held on Monday Mar. 21 in Dennison 130 starting at 6.00 p.m. I plan to answer questions and give hints for the problems on the second midterm review sheets, 1, 2, and 3.

#### The alternate exam will be held on Monday Mar. 21 from 7.30 to 9.45 a.m. (only 90 minutes will be allowed to work on the exam) at EH 4088.

#### The second midterm exam will take place on Wednesday Mar. 23 from 6.30 to 8.00 p.m. at Dennison 296. An alternate exam will be offered for those who have a justified/documented conflict with that day and time (location to be announced). Calculators are not allowed in this exam, but you can bring one page (i.e., one side of a 11 x 8.5 in piece of paper) of notes. The exam will cover sections 14.4, 15.1 -- 15.8, and 16.1 --16.8 of the textbook.

#### The alternate exam will be held on Wednesday Feb. 9 from 4.30 to 6.00 p.m. at EH 1096.

#### The first midterm exam will take place on Wednesday Feb. 9 from 6.30 to 8.00 p.m. at EH 1360. An alternate exam will be offered for those who have a justified/documented conflict with that day and time (location to be announced). Calculators are not allowed in this exam, but you can bring one page (i.e., one side of a 11 x 8.5 in piece of paper) of notes. The exam will cover sections 11.1 -- 11.4, 13.1 --13.7, and 14.1 -- 14.3 of the textbook. This review sheet should help you prepare for the exam.

#### A review session for the first midterm will be held on Monday Feb. 7 in EH B844 (basement of East Hall) starting at 6.00 p.m. I plan to answer questions and give hints for the problems on the first midterm review sheet.

#### On Monday Jan. 31, 2005, we will meet at the usual lecture time in one of the math computer labs located in the basement of East Hall (probably not the same one as the last time, but one close by) to practice plotting and identifying quadratic surfaces (section 13.6 in the book), surfaces expressed in cylindrical and spherical coordinates (section 13.7) and parametric curves in three space dimensions (section 14.1). We will go over the examples outlined in this worksheet.

#### The first Midterm exam will be held on Feb. 9th from 6.30 to 8.00 p.m. (location to be announced). If you have a conflict with that date and time, and you haven't done so yet, let me know. An alternate exam we'll be offered for those with a justified/documented conflict (the time and location for this alternate exam will also be announced here).

#### On Tuesday Jan. 18, 2005, we will meet at the usual lecture time in the math computer lab located at East Hall B727 (basement) to practice plotting polar and parametric curves using Maple. We will go over the examples outlined in this worksheet.

You should be able to log in into the computers in this lab using your unique name and password.