| HomeMA 2733 (Calculus 3), Sections 1 and 7, Fall 2013
Wednesday, January 8This page will remain available for the forseeable future as http://rwoodroofe.math.msstate.edu/f13.ma2733/. (But if you were using the synonym without the f13, that may stop working at some point.) Friday, December 13 Grading is completed, and final grades are posted (and should be visible). Wednesday, December 4 A. A number of you have asked me to estimate what grade you're getting, going into the final. Let me tell you how I calculate that (so you can calculate it for yourself): Tuesday, December 3I finished solutions for Exam 1, 10am version, but ran out of steam for the 12pm version and am posting what I have now. Tuesday, December 3 Don't forget: the Mathematica 2 project is due tonight (with an automatic extension tomorrow). Monday, December 2 Two more things: Monday, December 2Finally, the final exams from my sections of last fall are posted here and here. I will not post solutions to these, and am providing them "as is". Monday, December 2 Also, as announced in class today, the final will be generally a similar format to the midterm exams. It will be somewhat longer, and there won't be an "Explain" question taken from a list. (But note that many questions about power series and Taylor series have an "explain" feel to them.) Monday, December 2 Pdfs files for Exam 3 are available: Monday, November 18Solutions to last years Exam 3 are now posted. Sunday, November 17 I'll be in my office Monday from 5-7pm, and Tuesday 2-4pm to answer any last minute questions as you prepare for the exam Wednesday. Saturday, November 16 The main proofs/explanations that would be 'fair game' for the exam are: Friday, November 15Worksheet 10 is now posted. Proof topics for Exam 3 will be up by tomorrow. Thursday, November 14Exam 3 from my Fall 2012 sections of MA 2733 is now posted. Wednesday, November 13The second Mathematica assignment is now posted, due Dec 3. Friday, November 8Worksheet 9 is now posted. (I corrected the typos we found in the 10am section.) Wednesday, November 6The first Mathematica assignment is now posted, due Nov 15. Friday, November 1 Worksheet 8 from class today is posted. Monday, October 28Homework 17 is now posted, due for Friday (because I couldn't bring myself to make a homework that was due at midnight on Halloween! :-) ) Tuesday, October 22 Solutions to the old exam posted the other day (from my Fall 2012 sections of MA 2733) are now posted. Sunday, October 20 Exam 2 from my Fall 2012 sections of MA 2733 is now posted. Wednesday, October 16 The main proofs that would be 'fair game' for the exam are: Monday, October 14Webassign has been down a good portion of the evening. As soon as it goes back up, I plan to give a classwide extension of 24 hours. Friday, October 4 Worksheet 6 from today's calculus workshop is now posted. Monday, September 30 Here is a pdf file of Exam 1: Tuesday, September 24Somewhat belatedly, I've now posted Worksheet 5 (from last Friday, on cross products and planes). Monday, September 23Also, I'll be in my office tomorrow afternoon from 1pm until at least 4pm. Monday, September 23As promised, the solutions to last year's Exam 1 are now posted. Thursday, September 19 The main proofs that we've discussed in class are as follows: Thursday, September 19I've posted Exam 1 from my Fall 2012 sections of MA2733. I covered slightly different material with slightly different emphasis last fall, but this should give you a general feel as to what one of my exams may look like. Monday, September 16Webassign is still being unreliable today, and I've extended the homework til tomorrow. Friday, September 13The worksheet from today's calculus workshop is now posted. Monday, September 9Webassign had an hour or so of downtime, and may continue to be unreliable this evening; as a result I've given an extra day on hw5. (hw 6 is also posted, due Thursday as usual.) Friday, September 6The worksheet from today's calculus workshop is now posted. Sunday, September 1The worksheet from Friday's calculus workshop is now posted. Monday, August 26 The process for getting an activation key for Mathematica is complicated, and appears to be currently just slightly broken. Here's how to make it work:
I'll have a bit of time after the 12:00pm class (around 12:50pm) to answer questions and help with setup. I'll be somewhere between Allen 14 and my office in Allen 418. Monday, August 26 We'll be discussing the following Getting started Mathematica notebook. Download it to your computer by right-click on it and choosing "Download linked file" (or similar, depending on your browser). Friday, August 23 1. Don't forget that class on Monday will be held in Allen 14! Wednesday, August 21 Hint: I hope you all recognize hw0 #10 as a problem requiring partial fractions. The hint is that, since the highest term in the top has the same degree as the highest term in the bottom (i.e., x^{2}), you'll have to do polynomial long division before setting up the partial fractions. See Chapter 7.4, Example 1 for a very quick overview of this, or this site has a slower and more careful discussion of polynomial long division. Monday, August 19 Homework 0 is now posted to Webassign. It is a mixed bag of derivatives and integrals. Monday, August 19 Welcome to Calc 3. The Syllabus and Schedule are linked at the left. Last modified January 08, 2014 |