## February 24–27

**Sections Covered: **16.1–16.3.

**Quiz:** Thursday, covering material from Sections 16.1 and 16.2.

**Update: **My office hours this Tuesday will be from 8:10–10 am.

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## Course Material

## Homework

All problems are taken from our textbook, *Thomas’ Calculus, 12 ^{th} edition*, by Weir, Maurice, et al. Homework will not be collected, but quiz and exam problems will be based on these assigned problems. It is important to work through enough of the assigned problems until you feel comfortable with all of the material.

### Homework 1

Section 14.1: 13, 15, 19c, 21c, 23ac, 25ac, 31-36, 37-59 (odds)

Section 14.2: 1, 3, 13, 15, 17, 25, 29, 31, 33, 35, 39, 41, 45, 57

Section 14.3: 1-19 (odds), 23-31 (odds), 41-49 (0dds), 51, 53

### Homework 2

Section 14.4: 1, 3, 13, 15, 33-39 (odds)

Section 14.5: 1-33 (odds)

### Homework 3

Section 14.6: 1, 3, 7-11 (odds), 19-29 (odds), 39, 51, 53

Section 14.7: 1-9 (odds), 13-19 (odds), 25-29 (odds), 43-47 (odds)

### Homework 4

Section 14.8: 1-5 (odds). 9, 13-25 (odds), 33-39 (odds)

### Homework 5

Section 15.1: 1-27 (odds)

Section 15.2: 1-5 (odds), 9-25 (odds), 33-53 (odds), 57-63 (odds)

Section 15.3: 1-17 (odds)

### Homework 6

Section 15.4: 1-11 (odds), 23, 25, 29, 31, 37, 41

Section 15.5: 3-15 (odds), 21-27 (odds), 31, 33, 41

Section 15.6: 25a, 29, 31ab

### Homework 7

Section 15.7: 1, 3, 5, 11a, 15, 17, 23, 25, 33, 37, 39, 43, 45, 51, 53, 57

### Homework 8

Section 16.1: 9-29 (odds)

Section 16.2: 1, 3, 7-29 (odds), 47-51 (odds)

### Homework 9

Section 16.1: 9-29 (odds)

Section 16.2: 1, 3, 7-29 (odds), 47-51 (odds)

Section 16.3: 1-9 (odd), 19, 21, 25, 27, 35

Section 16.4: 1-11 (odd), 15 (Note: Only compute the flux for these exercises)

Section 16.5: 1, 3, 5, 11, 17, 23

Section 16.6: 1-7 (odds), 13, 19, 21, 25

Section 16.7: 1, 3, 7, 13, 15

Section 16.8: 5-13 (odds)

## Quizzes

There are weekly in-class quizzes. Quizzes are given during the second half of the class period and consist of a few problems on topics covered that week. At the end of the quarter, your lowest quiz score is dropped and the average of your remaining scores is worth 20% of your Overall Score.

## Make-Up Policy

If you have a scheduling conflict with a quiz or exam, contact me *prior *to the quiz/exam in order to schedule a make-up. Make-ups may be taken *early* or *the following class day*. Make-ups taken two or more class days late will be subject to a **late exam penalty** of 10% per day. All make-ups must be completed within one week of the original exam.

### Quiz 1

Covering material from Sections 14.1-14.3.

### Quiz 2

Covering material from Sections 14.4 and 14.5.

### Quiz 3

Covering material from Section 14.6 and part of Section 14.7.

### Quiz 4

Covering material from Sections 15.1–15.3.

### Quiz 5

Covering material from Section 15.4–15.6.

### Quiz 6

Covering material from Sections 16.1 and 16.2.

### Quiz 7

This is a practice quiz, covering material from Sections 16.4-16.8.

## Exams

There are two in-class midterm exams and a cumulative final exam. Each midterm exam is worth either 15% or 20% of your Overall Score, depending on whether that exam score is lower or higher than your final exam score, respectively. Your final exam is worth either 35%, 40%, or 45%, depending on whether your final exam score is higher than neither, one, or both midterm exams.

## Accommodations

### Exam 1

Covering material from Sections 14.1-14.8.

### Exam 2

Covering material from Sections 15.1-15.7.

### Final Exam

- Covering everything we learned this quarter. The exam will be roughly twice as long as a midterm exam, and will break down as follows:
- Exam 1 material: 1/4 of exam
- Exam 2 material: 1/4 of exam
- New material: 1/2 exam