At this homepage you can get a copy of the syllabus and copies of the labs.

**Final Exam Information:**

Your final exam is on Monday, December 15th from 1:30 to 4:30pm. Makeup exams will only be given in extreme circumstances; generally the only reason is that you have two 2000-level math classes (say, 2373 and 2374) which would require you to take two finals at the same time. If this is your situation, go to Vincent 115. Any other situations should be discussed with your lecturer. Room assignments are as follows:

Sections | Room |
---|---|

11, 12 | Smith 231 |

13, 14 | Smith 331 |

21-25 | Smith 100 |

- We will hold
**extra review sessions**during the regularly scheduled lecture times on Friday, 12/12: 8:00am in Fraser 102 and 1:25pm in SciCB 325. - I know about the following extra office hours so far; if I hear about
more I'll post them.
- Jonathan (lecture 20) Monday, 12/15 from 9:30ish to 12:30ish.
- Jeremy (sections 13, 14) Saturday, 12/13 from 1-3
- Duane (lecture 10) Monday, 12/15 from 9-noon

- If you wish, you can read the Final Exam Cover Sheet [pdf] so you have a better idea what to expect.
**Note that you***can*use one half of a standard 8.5x11 sheet of paper covered with notes on the exam.- Here's a sample final exam from a recent semester; this is the same one you've used for homework assignments all semester. Because it's used for homework, we probably won't post solutions, but you can always write to your lecturer or TA to ask about a specific problem. One exception: here are some hints about #2.
- Here's a portion of another recent final exam. Turns out we also had some old solutions [pdf] to these problems.
- Here's a study guide [pdf] for the final exam.
- Here's a Review of the Fundamental Theorems [pdf]

- Syllabus with general information, including exam dates, schedule of lectures and homework assignments
- A Sample Final Exam from a Recent Semester
- Help with Homework and Labs. (Maintained by the teaching assistants and not guaranteed by the lecturers!-- continually revised during the semester)
**Office Hours**for lecturers and some TAs are posted on the homework help page. Follow the link above.**Handouts**:- First day review handout about vectors
- Here's the vector analysis handout from lecture on Nov 26.

**Lecture Notes**:- Lecture notes for 8:00 lecture.
- Lecture notes for 1:25 lecture (only for those lectures done on overheads):
- Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals and Path Independent (conservative) Vector Fields (10/15/03)

(This doesn't actually include the examples we did together, where we drew curves over vector fields and decided if their integrals would be positive or negative.) - Lecture 2/2 on Surface Integrals (11/05/03), the one with the visual examples.
- Divergence and Curl (11/12/03).
- Minima / Maxima (and McDonalds)

- Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals and Path Independent (conservative) Vector Fields (10/15/03)

- Here's an animation which demonstrates the first step of solving Stokes Theorem problems.

REMEMBER, NO PRINTING IN THIS LAB.

This schedule may change. | |

Week 1 | Lab 1A - Introduction to Labs and Mathematica |

Week 2 |
Lab 1B - Graphing Surfaces If you don't have your book, download Section 1.2 #13 [pdf] |

Week 3 | Lab 2A - Parametrizing Curves |

Week 4 | Lab 2B - Parametrizing Surfaces |

Week 5 | Lab 3A - Continuity and Differentiability |

Week 6 | Lab 3B - Tangent Planes |

Week 7 |
Lab 4A - Arcs and Arclength Arctools.m (Required for this lab) |

Week 8 |
Lab 4B - Line Integrals Arctools.m (Required for this lab) |

Week 9 | Lab 5 - Applications of Integration |

Week 10 | Lab 6A - Surface Integrals of Scalar Functions |

Week 11 | Lab 6B - Surface Integrals of Vector Fields |

Week 12 | Lab 7A - Stokes's Theorem |

Week 13 | Thanksgiving Week - All sections have recitation on Tuesday |

Week 14 | Lab 7B - Divergence Theorem |

Week 15 | Review |

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