MAT2500 [Jantzen] Handout Log

Occasionally handouts will attempt clarification of some point to aid in your learning. A log of these will be kept here, with links to .pdf scanned copies of handwritten handouts for your convenience. Some will only be on-line handouts, which makes the term "handouts" a bit questionable. The current list may be updated during the semester.

You are responsible for all asking bob for all paper handouts you missed receiving due to class absences, or you must print these scans to substitute them.

From MAT1500 and precalc [not handed out in paper form]:

  1. rules of algebra.
  2. understanding function notation, functional relationships.
  3. trigonometry and the unit circle.
  4. inverse trig functions.
  5. solving a functional relationship between two variables for the input variable.

From MAT1500/1505:

  1. You are expected to know this basic stuff without hesitation or by using technology when needed:
    calculus I and II: basic functions [algebra summary]  [print combo]

MAT 2500 [first email to class]

  1. Course bureaucracy:
    student schedule sheet section [03, 04]  [you can print these to fill out in advance]
  2. Course information sheet (final version ready 3rd or 4th day of class)

    Course content:

    vector calculus
  3. on-line only: reminder of calc 2 problem in 3-space: volume in two overlapping spheres [Maple]
  4. decomposing a vector with respect to a direction [flip side: angle between vectors][Maple]
  5. describing lines and planes
  6. on-line only: distances between points, lines and planes
  7. on-line only: vector products and length, area, volume
  8. on-line only: key idea of vector-valued functions and the tangent vector
  9. on-line only: arclength and arclength parametrization
  10. geometry of curves
  11. spacecurve curvature and acceleration [osculating circle][plane curve]
  12. on-line only: osculating circle
  13. on-line only: decomposing a vector with respect to a direction revisited

    "multivariable calculus"
  14. derivatives of 2D and 3D functions
  15. linear approximations and differentials
  16. on-line only: the tangent plane and the linear approximation and differentials
  17. on-line only: partial derivatives and changing coordinate exercise
  18. on-line only: chain rule: second derivative exercise
  19. multivariable derivative and differential notation
  20. 2D 2nd derivative test

    integration
  21. double integrals: describing a region of the plane
  22. example of iterating triple integral 6 different ways
  23. exercise in setting up triple integrals in Cartesian coordinates
  24. polar coordinate regions of the plane and integration
  25. cylindrical  and spherical coordinates
    [on-line only: comparison with polar coordinates]
  26. cylindrical and spherical regions of space and their bounding surfaces: examples
  27. cylindrical and spherical triple integral: examples
  28. radial integration diagrams for simple circles and lines (cylinders, spheres, planes)
  29. integration over 2D and 3D regions of the plane and space
  30. distributions of stuff: density, moments, center of gravity, centroid, probability
  31. on-line only: progress report: where we've been and where we're going (to end)

    vector integration
  32. line integrals of scalars and vectors
  33. "antidifferentiation" in multivariable calculus (potential function for conservative vector field)
  34. divergence and curl
  35. * geometrical interpretation of Green's Theorem: Gauss and Stokes
  36. interpretation of divergence and curl (2d)
  37. optional: surface integral examples
  38. optional: worked examples of Gauss and Stoke's Theorem

4-feb-2014 [course homepage]