Section 102

Fall Term 2013

Lior Silberman
- Office: MATH 229B, 604-827-3031
- Email: "lior" (at) Math.UBC.CA (please include the course number in the subject line, if applicable)
- Office Hours (Spring 2018): Wednesdays 10:00-11:00

See the course-wide website for information on official course policies (such as the grading scheme).

- Section 102 Classes: MWF 11:00-12:00 in Hennings 202.
- Lecture-by-lecture schedule is posted below.
- Students are strongly advised to read the textbook sections ahead of each lecture. You are not expected to master the material but to acquire some familiarity so that the lecture can proceed more smoothly.
- Here are answers to common questions.
- Here's a link to the online homework (WeBWorK).

- In addition to going to instructor office hours, the Math Learning Center will be open Monday through Friday.
- Here are some suggested practice problems from the textbook.

This table is provided as a service to the students. It may not be accurate in every detail. Section references are to the textbook.

Week | Date | Material | Reading | Worksheet | Other |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

1 | W 4/9 | Intro; 3-space | §12.1 | WS 1, Soln | course info; Scan |

F 6/9 | vectors; dot product | §12.2,12.3 | WS 2, Soln | Scan | |

2 | M 9/9 | Projections, Cross-product | §12.4 | Scan; clarification on projections | |

W 11/9 | Lines and Planes | §12.5 | WS 4, Soln | Scan | |

F 13/9 | Quadric Surfaces | §12.6 | Scan | ||

3 | M 16/9 | Multivariable functions | §14.1 | WS 6, Soln | Scan; PS1 due, PS1 Soln |

W 18/9 | Classes Cancelled | ||||

F 20/9 | Multivariable functions | §14.1 | Scan | ||

4 | M 23/9 | Partial Derivatives | §14.3 | WS 8, Soln | Scan; PS2 due, PS2 Soln |

W 25/9 | (continued) | WS 9, Soln | Scan; topo-map | ||

F 27/9 | Tangent Planes | §14.4 | WS 10, Soln | Scan | |

5 | M 30/9 | Linear Approximation | Scan; PS3 due, PS3 Soln | ||

W 2/10 | Examples | WS 11, Soln | Scan | ||

F 4/10 | The Chain Rule | §14.5 | WS 13, Soln | Scan | |

6 | M 7/10 | Directional Derivatives | §14.6 | WS 14, Soln | Scan; topo-map |

W 9/10 | Midterm I | Info | — | Problems; Solutions; Comments | |

F 11/10 | The Gradient | WS 15, Soln | Scan | ||

7 | W 16/10 | Optimization | §14.7 | WS 16, Soln | Scan; PS4 due, PS4 Soln |

F 18/10 | Largrange Multipliers | §14.8 | WS 17, Soln | ||

8 | M 21/10 | (continued) | WS 18, Soln | PS5 due, PS5 Soln | |

W 23/10 | Integrals over Rectangles | §15.1 | WS 19, Soln | Scan | |

F 25/10 | Iterated Integrals | §15.2 | WS 20, Soln | Scan | |

9 | M 28/10 | Double Integrals | §15.3 | WS 21, Soln | Scan; PS6 due, PS6 Soln |

W 30/10 | (continued) | WS 22, Soln | Scan | ||

F 1/11 | Polar Coordinates and Integration |
§10.3 §15.4 |
WS 23, Soln | Scan | |

10 | M 4/11 | (continued) | WS 24, Soln | Scan | |

W 6/11 | Applications | §15.5 | WS 25, Soln | Scan; PS7 due, PS7 Soln | |

F 8/11 | (continued) | WS 26, Soln | Scan | ||

11 | W 13/11 | Midterm II | Info | — | Problems; Solutions |

F 15/11 | Midterm review | WS 27, Soln | Scan | ||

12 | M 18/11 | Triple Integrals | §15.7 | WS 28, Soln | Scan |

W 20/11 | (continued) | WS 29, Soln | Scan; PS8 due, PS8 Soln | ||

F 22/11 | (continued) | WS 30, Soln | Scan | ||

13 | M 25/11 | Cylindrical Coordinates | §15.8 | WS 31, Soln | Scan |

W 27/11 | Spherical Coordinates | §15.9 | WS 32, Soln | Scan; PS9 due, PS9 Soln | |

F 29/11 | Review | — | — |

All problems from the textbook

- Monday Sept 16th: §12.2 #42, §12.3 #56, §12.4 #50
- Monday Sept 23rd: §12.5 #78, §12.6 #46, §14.1 #44, #46, #50 [Note: the problem from 14.2 has been removed]
- Monday Sept 30th: §14.3 #74, #76, #88, §14.4 #1-6,#34, #40
- Wednesday Oct 16th: §14.5 #46, #52, #56, §14.6 #52, #60
- Monday Oct 21st: §14.7 #42, #52, §14.8 #10, #12, #20, #28
- Monday Oct 28th: §14.8 #32, 15.2 #20, #22, #30
- Wednesday Nov 6th: §15.3 #32, #46, #48, #52 15.4 #10, #26, #38
- Wednesday Nov 20th: §15.5 #14, #16, 15.6 #10, #12, #24
- Wednesday Nov 27th: §15.7 #32, #34, 15.8 #24, #30 15.9 #30, #36

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