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University of British Columbia, Department of Mathematics

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MATH 200, SECTION 101, September-December 2017

**Classes:**
Time: Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00am-10:00am, Place: TBA;

**Instructor: **Albert Chau

Email: math200chau@gmail.com

**Office Hours: **Mon&Wed 1:00pm-2:00pm, MATH 239

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**FINAL EXAM SEATING PLAN

You can find your assigned seats for the final exam at the following link: **SEATING PLAN **

Lecture Notes (1-2)

Lecture Notes (3)

Lecture Notes (4-5)

Lecture Notes (6-8)

Lecture Notes (9-10)

Lecture Notes (11 -14)

Lecture Notes (15-18)

Lecture Notes (19-21)

Lecture Notes (22-24)

Lecture Notes (25-26)

Lecture Notes (27-29)

Lecture Notes (30)

Lecture Notes (31 TO THE END)

PAST FINAL SOLUTIONS (2016-2014) CORRECTIONS: 2016 FINAL, should be T(0,0)=0 in 5(b)(ii) and answer in (c) should be (0,0).

QUIZES

INSTRUCTIONS:
On quiz days, your seating in the room will be assigned to you. The quiz will start during the lecture, at some time of my own
choice (which may be slightly different from quiz to quiz). It is your responsibility to ensure you are in your assingned seat before the quiz begins.
You can find your assigned seats at the following link: **SEATING PLAN **

**QUIZ#1; MATERIAL (From lecture 1 (starting distance formula) up to Lecture 3 (up to and including projections). You will not be asked to sketch any surfaces. You will not be asked about work/force.) NOTE: SEATING WILL NOT BE ASSIGNED FOR QUIZ#1. ** , SOLUTIONS (#1, #2 both out of 3 points. CORRECTIONS: In #1) Q should be (2,2,2) and R should be (2,2,0), and in #2) the vectors there should be < a, 0, -1> and < 0, a, -1> instead)

**QUIZ#2; MATERIAL (Based on cross product(no torque questions), lines and planes (do not need to memorize distance formulae), skeching of basic quadric surfaces (do not need to memorize anything)). See notes, suggested textbook problems, and also past final exam problems on lines and planes) ** , SOLUTIONS

**QUIZ#3; MATERIAL (Based on gradient vectors, directional derivatives, and local/relative maxima and minimas. See past final exam problems on this topic.) ** , SOLUTIONS

**QUIZ#4; MATERIAL (Based on double integrals and iterated integrals in Cartesian and polar coordinates (beginning from middle of Lecture 20 to end of Lecture 24). Not including center of mass. See past final exam problems on this topic.) ** , SOLUTIONS

**QUIZ#5; MATERIAL (Based on triple integrals in Cartesian coordinates (will not cover cylindrical or spherical coordinates)). See lectures 27-29. Also see related past final exam problems. ** , SOLUTIONS

MATH 200, section 101

MIDTERM INFORMATION

Your seating in the room will be assigned to you. It is your responsibility to ensure you are in your assingned seat before the exam begins.
You can find your assigned seats at the following link: **SEATING PLAN **

EXAM TIME: Friday Oct 13th, during regular class time

EXAM PLACE: In regular classroom

EXAM SOLUTIONS