General Information | Syllabus | HW Assignments | WeBWorK |

On the other hand, the weekly syllabus contained in the Homework Assignments page will always be accurate.

Lectures | Sections in Text | Brief Description |
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9/24 | 10.1 - 10.2 | General DEs, models, direction fields (skip Euler's method) |

9/26 | 10.3,10.4 | Separable equations, exponential growth |

9/29 | 8.1, 10.6 | Integration by parts, first order linear differenital equations |

10/1 | 10.6, Appendix G | First Order Linear DE applications, Complex numbers |

10/3 | Appendix G, 18.1 | Finish complex numbers, second order linear DEs |

10/6 | 18.1 | Second order linear DEs (cont) |

10/8 | 18.2 | Applications of second order linear DEs |

10/10 | 12.1, 12.2 | Sequences, series: geometric, p-series |

10/13 | 12.8,12.9 | Power Series, Representing functions as powe series |

10/15 | 12.10 | Taylor Series |

10/17 | 12.10 | Error estimates |

10/20 | 13.1,13.2 | Three dimensional corrdinate systems |

10/22 | First Hour Exam, 6-8pm | |

10/22 | 13.3 | Dot products |

10/24 | 13.4 | Cross products |

10/27 | 13.5 | Equations of lines |

10/29 | 13.5 | Equations of planes |

10/31 | 14.1,14.2 | Vector functions and space curves, derivatives of space curves |

11/3 | 14.3,14.4 | Arclength, velocity and acceleration |

11/5 | 15.1,15.2 | Functions of several variables, limits, continuity |

11/7 | 15.3 | Partial Derivatives |

11/10 | 15.4 | Tangent planes and approximation |

11/12 | Second Hour Exam, 6-8pm | |

11/12 | 15.5 | Chain rule |

11/14 | 15.6 | Directional Derivatives |

11/17 | 15.6 | Directional derivatives ad the gradient |

11/19 | 15.7 | Maxima and Minima |

11/21 | 15.7 | Maxima and Minima |

11/24 | 15.8 | Lagrange Multipliers |

11/26 | Thanksgiving break: 11/26 - 11/30 | |

12/1 | 15.8 | Lagrange multiplers |

12/3 | Loose ends |

Scott Pauls

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