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Homework will consist of two parts:

- Webwork: this is an online homework system that gives you immediate feedback concerning the correctness of your responses. The webwork homework must be submitted online by 11:00 on the due date; the system does not permit late submission. Please see the this document (link coming soon) for information about how to use webwork. Each webwork assignment is worth approximately 3 points.
- Written homework: Typically, about two problems will be assigned from the text each class. The problems will be posted in the Homework Assignments section of the webpage. Please show your work fully. The written homework from the previous week will be due every Friday. Each written homework is worth ten points, and each assignment will be scored on a scale of 0 to 10.

Late homework will be reviewed, but you will recieve a score of 0. No Webwork scores will be omiited from the calculation of your webwork score.

Collaboration on homework is permitted and encouraged, but **all homework is to be written up independently!**

You may need to add the site as a "security exception". Click on Math 13 to initiate the login sequence and access problems for this course.

Lecture Number | Date Assigned | Date Due | Required | Practice |
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1 | 9/23 | 9/25 | Webwork M13.09set1 | Section 13.3: 42 (read 41 first), 46 |

2 | 9/25 | 9/28 | Webwork M13.09set2 | Section 13.4: 34 (this is prob. 30 in old edition of Stewart) Section 13.5: 64 (this is prob. 60 in old edition) Hint on problem 64: To find a direction vector, youll need a vector
through the given point and perpendicular to the given line.
Start with a vector from the given point to an arbitrarily chosen point on the line and then use the
method from your previous homework problem in Section 13.3. |

2 | 9/25 | 10/2 | Written Homework 1 - DUE Friday 10/2/2009 IN CLASS | |

3 | 9/28 | 9/30 | Webwork M13.09set3 | Section 13.6: 4, 12 Examples in the links provided in syllabus for lecture 3. |

4 | 9/30 | 10/2 | Webwork oct02 | Section 13.6: 4 (same in old edition), 12 (does not appear in old edition) |

5 | 10/2 | 10/5 | Webwork oct05 | Section 14.1: 36 (this is 34 in old edition), Section 14.2: 6 (same in old edition) |

5 | 10/2 | 10/9 | Written Homework 2 - DUE Friday 10/9/2009 IN CLASS | |

6 | 10/5 | 10/7 | Webwork oct07 | Section 14.1: 12 (not in old edition) Section 14.4: 28 (To make the computations friendlier, change the initial speed to 100 ft/s and the initial angle to 45 degrees. This problem is the same in the old edition.) |

7 | 10/7 | 10/9 | Webwork oct09 | p. 886: 16 (a,c) (Note that average velocity is (change in position)/(change in time). This problem appears in 5th edition as 16(a,c) on page 918.) Section 15.1: 42 (40 in old edition) Section 15.3: 10 (8 in old edition)e |

8 | 10/9 | 10/12 | Webwork oct12 | Exercise 0.6 which appears at the end of the document 'Linear Transformations', available here. |

8 | 10/9 | 10/16 | Written Homework 3 - DUE Friday 10/16/2009 IN CLASS | |

9 | 10/12 | 10/14 | Webwork oct14 | Exercise 2.3 in the "Derivatives as matrices; chain rule" document. |

10 | 10/14 | 10/16 | Webwork oct16 | Exercises 2.7, 3.4, and 3.5 in the "Derivatives as matrices;chain rule" document. |

11 | 10/16 | 10/19 | Webwork oct19 | p. 982: 40, Section 16.1: 8 Section 16.3: For each of the following problems, just write down the iterated integrals; you don't need to carry out the integration: 20, 26, 52. (20 and 26 are the same in the old edition. 52 does not appear there.) Section 16.4: 28, 32 (both are same in old edition) p. 1008 9, 16, 27, 39, 55 |

11 | 10/16 | 10/23 | Written Homework 4 - DUE Friday 10/23/2009 IN CLASS | |

12 | 10/19 | 10/21 | None | p. 1014 1-4, 7, 10, 29, 32 |

13 | 10/21 | 10/23 | Webwork oct23 | same as for lecture 12 above. |

14 | 10/23 | 10/26 | Webwork oct26 | p. 1024 3, 6, 10, 11 |

14 | 10/23 | 10/30 | Written Homework 5 - DUE Friday 10/30/2009 IN CLASS | |

15 | 10/26 | 10/28 | Webwork oct28 | p. 1034 9, 10, 18, 24(a)--in this problem you can essentially verify that the Riemann Sum we have produced in this class is correct-- also try 33 |

16 | 10/28 | 10/30 | Webwork oct30 | p. 1056 1-6, 9 |

17 | 10/23 | 10/26 | Webwork nov02 | p. 1040 17, 18, 25 p. 1046 17, 23, 26, 42 is cool too. |

17 | 10/30 | 11/6 | Written Homework 6 - DUE Friday 11/6/2009 IN CLASS |