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*M 12-19*)- Your final score is posted on Canvas. The median was 44.5/75; here is the histogram of scores.
- The overall median score in the class (about 69%) received a 3.1. Here is the distribution of final grades.
- Oh, and you won't be surprised to find out that VHS tapes can be fine art.

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*T 12-6*) I will offer some extra office hours during finals week:- M 12-12: Review session 4:30-6:20 LOW 101
- T 12-13: Office hours 9:30-10:30
- W 12-14: Office hours 9:30-10:30

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*Th 11-17*) I will offer an extra review Q&A session today from 5-6pm in PDL C-36. Please feel free to come by and ask your questions. - (
*M 11-14*) Our midterm this Friday (11-18) covers 15.10-16.5. You may use one side of an 8.5 x 11 sheet of notes you have hand written yourself.**You may not have worked-out problems on your notes.**As before, you may only use a scientific calculator, not a graphing calculator. For your practice: here is the midterm I gave last quarter; solutions. - (
*W 11-9*) I am adding an office hour slot**Wednesdays from 2:45-3:30**. This Friday's office hours are cancelled because of Veteran's Day. You are always welcome to email me questions, however, or schedule another time with me on Thursday. - (
*F 10-14*) Here is the first midterm from my 324 class in the summer, and here are solutions. Want more practice? Here is a midterm from a colleague. - (
*W 10-12*) Since we didn't finish section 15.8 today, the homework for this section will be due Monday. - (
*W 10-12*) A helpful resource for preparing for our upcoming midterm may be notes on Dr. Andy Loveless' 324 site. On the right sidebar you can find summaries of each section of the text. - (
*Th 10-6*) I have changed**Friday's office hour**to**2:45-3:45**. - (
*M 10-3*) I have changed**Monday's office hour**to**3:30-4:30**. - From time to time I will present graphics of 3-d regions, etc, to the class, and post these on the calendar. They are made in
*Mathematica*, and to view them you need the free CDF player (or Mathematica itself, but that is expensive).

Date | Content | Comments | Graphics |
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W 9-28 | 15.1-15.2: Review of double integrals | Reimann sum approximations | |

F 9-30 | 15.3-4: Various integration regions; polar coordinates | Iterated integrals | |

M 10-3 | 15.4: Polar coordinates | 15.2-3 HW due | |

W 10-5 | 15.5: Applications | ||

F 10-7 | 15.6: Applications continued: surface area | 15.4-5 HW due. Took Quiz 1; solution. | Surface area through polygonal approximation |

M 10-10 | 15.7: Triple integration | Visualizing regions of integration | |

W 10-12 | 15.7 examples, continued; 15.8: Cylindrical coordinates | ||

F 10-14 | 15.8 continued; 15.9: Spherical coordinates | 15.6-7 HW due | Spherical coordinates |

M 10-17 | 15.9 continued | 15.8 HW due | |

W 10-19 | Review | ||

F 10-21 | Midterm 1; solutions. The median was 39/50; scores. |
15.9 HW due | |

M 10-24 | 15.10: Change of variables | ||

W 10-26 | 14.5: The multivariable chain rule | Visualizing the chain rule | |

F 10-28 | 14.6: Directional derivatives; gradients | 15.10, 14.5 HW due. Took Quiz 2. | Visualizing directional derivatives |

M 10-31 | 16.1: Vector fields | ||

W 11-2 | 16.2: Line integrals | ||

F 11-4 | 16.3: Fundamental theorem for line integrals | 14.6, 16.1-2 HW due | |

M 11-7 | Finish 16.3; 16.4: Green's Theorem | ||

W 11-9 | 16.4: Green's Theorem, continued | ||

F 11-11 | Veteran's Day, no class |
16.3-4 HW due | |

M 11-14 | 16.5 How do we differentiate vector fields? | ||

W 11-16 | Review for midterm | ||

F 11-18 | Midterm 2. The median was 32.5/50; scores. |
16.5 HW due | |

M 11-21 | 16.6: Parametric surfaces | ||

W 11-23 | 16.6: Parametric surfaces, continued. | 16.6 HW 1 due | |

F 11-25 | Thanksgiving holiday, no class |
16.6 HW 2 due on Saturday | |

M 11-28 | 16.7: Surface integrals I: Integration w.r.t surface area | ||

W 11-30 | 16.7: Surface integrals II: Flux integrals | 16.7 part 1 HW due | |

F 12-2 | 16.9: Divergence Theorem | 16.7 part 2 HW due | |

M 12-5 | 16.8: Stokes' Theorem | Warm-up problem on divergence (describe the divergence at the indicated points) | |

W 12-7 | 16.8: Stokes' Theorem, continued. Review. | 16.9 HW due | What you should know how to do for the final |

F 12-9 | Review for final | 16.8 HW due | Visualizing circulation and flux integrals |

M 12-12 | Extra review session, 4:30-6:20 LOW 101 | ||

W 12-14 | Final exam, 2:30-4:20. The median was 44.5/75; scores. |

**When and where:**MWF 11:30-12:20 in THO 119**Instructor:**Tim Mesikepp**Office:**PDL C-34**Office hours:**M 3:30-4:30, W 2:45-3:30, Th 9:30-10:20, F 2:45-3:45, or by appointment**Email:**mesiket (at) math.washington.edu

**Course content and text:**See the math department's 324 syllabus.**Homework:**Homework is online through WebAssign. The first problem set is due Monday, 10-3, and then homeworks are due every subsequent Friday (including 10-7). You need to get access to WebAssign as soon as possible and login to see your assignments. If you purchased it for M124/5/6, you should still have access for this course.**Exams:**There will be two midterms and a final exam. There are no make-up exams. If you have a documented, verifiable and legitimate reason for missing a midterm, you must notify me in advance and I will give you your grade on the other midterm for that midterm.*There is no such recourse for missing the final - you must take it.*You may use a*non-graphing*calculator on exams.**Exam dates:**- Midterm 1:
**Friday, October 21**-*No graphing calculator, no notes* - Midterm 2:
**Friday, November 18**-*No graphing calculator, one side of one page of notes allowed (no worked-out problems)* - Final exam:
**Wednesday, December 14, 2:30-4:20**

- Midterm 1:
**Quizzes:**There may be unannounced quizzes on some Fridays. If you have a documented, verifiable and legitimate reason for missing a quiz, I will give more weight to the rest of your quizzes. These will take place at the beginning of class. It is your responsibility to be on time.**Grading:**- Homework: 15%
- Midterm 1: 25%
- Midterm 2: 25%
- Final: 35%

**Resources for help:**- You! Your drive, perseverance, and study. Your lecture notes, your creativity and your ideas. Most of your learning for this class will have to take place outside of class (!) as you reflect on and digest what we discuss in lecture.
- Do your best to pay attention in class. I would ask you not to use a laptop or phone during class, because these are districting to yourself and fellow students, especially in such a small room.
- The book.
- The homework.
- Your classmates.
- The internet.
- CLUE tutoring.
- Me - ask questions in class, come to my office hours. You are paying for my time (class meetings and office hours). Why not use it?