Dr. Andrew D. Loveless

aloveles@math.washington.edu

Office: Padelford C-339

Office hours: Click Here

Midterm 1: October 18th

Midterm 2: November 15th

Please read the syllabus for Midterm rules. Make-up midterm exams will not be given for any reason.

Final exam: Monday, December 9

Final Time: 8:30-10:20am

Location: BNS 117

- Announced 12/2/2013: Here is another review sheet and a reposting of some previous review sheets for the final:
- Some Applications and Interpretations of the Integrals We've Defined.
- Summary Sheet of How to Set Up the Integrals We've Defined.
- Summary Sheet of the Special Theorems Concerning Vector Fields.
- Flowchart Summarizing How to Compute Line and Surface Integrals.
- A Final Exam Checklist of Topics, also for reference here are the exam 1 checklist and exam 2 checklist.
- Don't forget to check out the archive of old exams along with the review problems in webassign.

- Announced 11/27/2013: Here are a few new review sheets:
- 16.8 and 16.9 Overview.
- A Final Exam Checklist of Topics, also for reference here are the exam 1 checklist and exam 2 checklist.
- Here is a summary sheet of the types of integrals we have defined this quarter.
- And here is a summary sheet of the special theorems for these new integrals.
- Don't forget to check out the archive of old exams along with the review problems in webassign.

- Announced 11/20/2013: Please check out the new postings:
- Announced 11/7/2013: Some most new postings:
- Overview of 16.5.
- Also, here is a Exam 2 Checklist of topics.

- Announced 11/1/2013: Please check out the following review sheets and supplemental materials:
- Overview of 16.4 containing two fulled worked out examples for Green's Theorem.
- Proof of Green's Theorem in a special case.
- Overview 16.3 containing several examples of how to find the potential function for a conservative vector field.
- Discussion of Conservation of Energy from 16.3.

- Announced 10/30/2013: Here are some new postings to help you with line integrals
- An old line integral test prep and Solutions.
- Line Integral Practice Examples with Solutions.
- Line Integral Applications, this includes a discussion of the derivation of the line integral over a vector field on the second page.

- Announced 10/25/2013: Check out the new postings
- Overview and supplemental discussion of 16.1 which introduces the vectors fields, discusses examples and mentions flow lines.
- Overview and supplemental discussion of 16.2.

- Announced 10/21/2013: The median for exam 1 is 43.5 out of 50. I posted an updated gradebook with homework score totals up to 15.10 and all other points so far. And I gave a rough grade make of where you stand today. You can find that all on the catalyst grade page.
- Also, check out the solutions to exam 1.
- Here is a review of 14.5 and 14.6.

- Announced 10/11/2013: Please check out the new postings:
- 15.8/15.9 Overview: Overview of cylindrical and spherical coordinates.
- Classic Volume Examples using triple integrals: Please read this carefully for more examples of triple integrals in cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinate methods.
- 15.10 Overview: Look at this over the weekend and try to attempt some 15.10 problems. I will then talk about 15.10 on Monday in lecture.
- A checklist of the topics for exam 1: Here is a quick summary of exam 1 coverage.
- List of Integral Applications from this course.
- Old Exam Archive: This a random complication of old exam problems (not all of them line up exactly with our order of presentation, but I still think you will find some good practice in them).

- Announced 10/7/2013: Here postings about Triple Integrals:
- practice problems and solutions for 15.7 from class today.
- An old triple integral quiz and some solutions.
- 15.7 Overview: Basic overview of triple integrals.

- Announced 10/2/2013: Here are some new postings.
- Some examples to remind you how to integrate powers of sine and cosine.
- 15.5/15.6 Overview: Basic overview of double integral applications and surface area.
- 15.6 Overheads on Surface Area.
- 15.7 Overview: Basic overview of triple integrals.
- Overheads from my 15.7 lecture about triple integrals

- Announced 9/27/2013: Please check out the postings at the right of the page. There are lots of review sheets for Integration and other Math 124, 125, and 126 topics. Please look through them. In particular check out the new postings:
- 15.1/15.2 Overview: Basic overview of double integral definitions.
- 15.3/15.4 Overview: Basic overview of type 1 and type 2 regions for double integrals and discussin of polar coordinates.

- Announced 9/20/2013: Welcome to Math 324. This webpage contains the course syllabus, the homework schedule, a course calendar and links to Math 324 material. Throughout the quarter I will be posting numerous review sheets and announcements. Please check back regularly.

Some notes about the first week of the quarter:- First, you need to get access to the homework (most of you will already have access as long as you have purchased life of edition access when you took Math 124, 125 or 126 in the last several years). For anyone that has not used webassign with this book: You purchase access either with the book at the bookstore (make sure to double check that you are purchasing the book that comes with the access code) or you purchase the code online with the eBook (http://www.cengagebrain.com/micro/uwmathcalc) You have until the second week to make this purchase, there is a free trial period until then. Here are some screenshots/instructions to help you with the log in to webassign.
- For most question, you are allowed 5 attempts at each answer in Webassign (except for T/F and multiple choice questions, for which you are allowed one try).
- Please log-in to webassign as soon as possible in the first week of class, so that you can add yourself to the class roster.

Homework (WebAssign)

Math 324 Course Syllabus

Course Calendar

Grades

Precalculus Review

Calculus I Review

Calculus II Review (Part 1)

Calculus II Review (Part 2)

Full Overview of Integration Techniques

Integration Techniques Flowchart

Discussion of Reimann Sums

Vector Basics (Dot/Cross Product)

Finding 3D Lines and Planes

15.1/15.2 Overview

15.3/15.4 Overview

15.5/15.6 Overview

15.7 Overview

15.7 Practice

15.8/15.9 Overview

15.10 Overview

16.1 Overview

16.2 Overview

16.3 Overview

16.4 Overview

16.5 Overview

16.6 Overview

Parameterizing Surfaces

16.7 Overview

16.7 Examples

16.8 and 16.9 Overview

Ch 16 Visualizations

Dr. Loveless 124 Material Archive

Dr. Loveless 125 Material Archive

Dr. Loveless 126 Material Archive

Math Study Center

Center for Learning

and Undergraduate

Enrichment (CLUE)

Student Counseling Center

Information for Students

of International TAs