# MATH 200, SECTION 105, September-December 2017

### Announcements

 Dec 4 Quiz 5 can be picked up from the MLC. Oct 13 Midterm Solution posted. Sept 29 Quiz 2 Solution posted. Sept 15 Solution of Quiz 1 was posted. Sept 10 Time and room of office hours were updated. Sept 4 WELCOME TO THE COURSE WEBPAGE !

### Course Technical Information

 Classes When: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30am - 11:00am Where: Buchanan A103 Instructor Orit Raz email: oritraz@math.ubc.ca Office hours Tuesdays 3:30pm - 5:30pm in MATX 1102. Grade Please see Common Course Page for the details.

### In-Class Quizzes

 QUIZ 1 (14/9/17): Solution. QUIZ 2 (28/9/17): Solution. QUIZ 3 (26/10/17): Solution. The quiz will focus on the topics: Multivariable Chain Rule, Directional Derivatives, Tangent Planes, Tangent/Normal Lines. You will *not* be asked about local max/min values. QUIZ 4 (9/11/17): Solution. The quiz will focus on the topics: Local and global extrema, Lagrange multipliers method, iterated and double integrals, integration in polar coordinates. QUIZ 5 (23/11/17): Solution. The quiz will focus on the topics: Double integrals in polar coordinates (13.3), Volume and triple integration (13.6), Triple integration with cylindrical coordinates (Secondary textbook #2, 14.4, pp 541-542)

### Midterm Exam

 Time and Place: Thursday October 12, 9:30am - 11:00am, Buchanan A103 MIDTERM SOLUTION. Material: Everything taught in lectures up to lecture on Thursday Oct. 5, excluding ‘Multivariable chain rule’ that was explained at the last part of the lecture. Relevant sections from primary textbook: 10.1 (Cartesian coordinates): excluding ‘Surfaces of revolution’ pages 556-557. 10.2 (Intro to vectors) 10.3 (Dot product): excluding ‘Applications to work’ on pages 590-591. 10.4 (Cross product) 10.5 (Lines) 10.6 (Planes) 12.1 (Functions of several variables) 12.3 (Partial derivatives) 12.4 (Differentiability and total differential): excluding definition of differentiability (Definitions 87, 89 Theorems 104,105,106) Additions to textbook: ’Linear approximation’ and ‘Tangent plane’. For this you can consult the book Multivariable Calculus by J. Stewart, Section 14.4