iClicker: Buy or borrow one to use for the semester.
iClicker 1 or 2 is fine, as long as you have exclusive use of it for the semester.
Register your clicker online by clicking here. Use your PID for your Student ID (e.g. A123345678).
Bring your iClicker to class on Friday. More info on iClickers is in the first day handout.
Review: Do some or all of the problems from HW 0, above. If any of the material there seems unfamiliar, please let me know.
Due Friday, April 6 by 3pm to HW dropobox in AP&M:
Quiz 4: (Thu Apr 26 in discussion): Material from Sections 7.6, 8.1.
One question on Quiz 4 will be very similar to problem 2b from the midterm (compute the flux of a vector field on the sphere). The spherical coordinate parametrization will be stated on the quiz, but you must know how to make use of it!
Due Friday, May 25 by 3pm to HW dropobox in AP&M:
Section 4.4: (pg 310) 1, 2, 3, 13, 14, 17, 18, 25 (Hint: For problem 25, use Theorem 1 on page 303)
The final exam will be held Monday June 11th, 2012 from 8-11am in Mandeville Auditorium, near AP&M.
Things to bring to the final:
An unmarked bluebook (available at the UCSD bookstore)
Your UCSD ID - TAs will be checking IDs.
One page of notes (more info below)
Pens or pencils
The final is cumulative and will cover all material in the course. There will be an emphasis on material covered since the midterm (i.e. Chapter 8) but note that all the main concepts require material covered earlier in the quarter. Hence, you should study all the material.
*** Section 8.5 was not discussed and will not be on the final.
*** Section 8.6 will not be on the final, however, the ideas presented during lecture on Wed June 6 will hopefully help organize your understanding of Chapter 8 (e.g. curl(grad f)=0, div(curl F)=0, the boundary of a boundary is empty, etc).
You may bring one page of notes to the final. You may write on both sides of the page. You must prepare the notes yourself. The page may not be larger than a regular 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of paper.
Suggestions for Studying
Look over the solutions to Quiz 5. (Note that the version you took may have had a different function F on the first page.)
Take some time to prepare your sheet of notes. Make sure you understand every formula you put on the page and can set up and compute the various kinds of integrals we have studied in this class.