Math 212 Schedule (subject to change)

section(required problems)(optional problems)

Date

Sections
Lecture slides
Notes Homework
Other readings
Videos

1/19(R)

12.1, 12.2
Lecture 1
EXTREEMS-QED
Math major
Lecture 1

Readiness test

1/24(T)
12.2, 12.3
Lecture 2 Lecture 2
Homework 1 (due 1/27)
12.1(3,7,13,17,25,29,31)(22,40)
12.2(3,7,13,21,25,31)(37,43,45,48)
12.3(5,7,17,23ac,25,41,51)(27,35,55)

dot product

1/26(R)

12.4
Lecture 3 Lecture 3


cross product

1/31(T)

12.5
Lecture 4 Lecture 4

coplanar skew lines parallel lines

2/2(R)

12.5, Quiz 1



Matlab
line.m line2.m surface4.m
line that intersects two planes

2/7(T)

13.1-13.2
Lecture 5
Lecture 5
Homework 2 (due 2/10)
12.4(3,9,15,17,19,31,33,35,43)(11,44,45,46,47)
12.5(5,9,11,19,21,23,27,31,39,47,53,57,65)(1,71,73,75)
13.1(1,3,5,17)(7,21-26,41,43)
13.2(5,9,13,19,21,23,35,39,41)(31,53,55)
Matlab
helix.m toroidal.m spiral.m knot.m
trefoil knot helix knot knot
Roller coaster Roller coaster loops

2/9(R)

13.3-13.4
Lecture 6 Lecture 6

Story of Newton's discovery
Brahe, Kepler, Galileo and Newton

2/14(T)

14.1
Lecture 7
Lecture 7

Matlab: surface 1 2 3 contour 1 2

2/16(R)

14.2, Quiz 2





2/21(T)

14.3
Lecture 8
Lecture 8
Homework 3 (due 2/24)
13.3(1,3,11)(15)  13.4(3,5,9,15)(11,25)
14.1(3,9,11,13,15,19,43,47)(32,59-64)
14.2(5,9,13,15,33,37)(14,18,38,39)
14.3(15,21,33,41,43,47,53)(27,57,67,84,93)


2/23(R)

14.4





2/28(T)

14.4





3/2(R)

Exam 1


Exam 1 practice problems


3/7(T)

Spring break






Date
Sections
Lecture Slides
Notes
Homework
Other readings

3/14(T)

14.5
Lecture 9
Lecture 9 Homework 4 (due 3/17)
14.4(1,5,11,13,17,19,25,27,31,33,39)(41,42)
14.5(1,5,7,11,13,15,17,21,27,31,39)(24,42)

3/16(R)

14.6
Lecture 10
EXTREEMS-QED
Lecture 10 Exam 1 makeup problems

3/21(T)

14.7
Lecture11 Lecture 11
saddle more saddle
Monkey saddle

3/23(R)

14.8, Quiz 3 Lecture12 Lecture 12 Homework 5 (due 3/31)
14.6(5,9,11,15,19,21,29,33,41,43,49,51)
14.7(1,5,9,11,13,21,29,31,35,39,41,43,47,51,53)
14.8(3,5,9,19,29,31,33,37,43)
Lagrange multiplier in economics
Cobb-Douglas example

3/28(T)

14.8,

Notes (Cobb-Douglas)
Lecture14a(Lagrange Multiplier)


3/30(R)

15.1, 15.2
Lecture13 Lecture 13

4/4(T)

15.3
Lecture14 Lecture 14

4/6(R)

review for exam, 15.4 Lecture15 Lecture 15 Exam 2 practice problems Polar grapher

4/11(T)

Exam 2


Homework 6 (due 4/14)
15.1 (1,13) 15.2(3,7,9,13,17,21,25,31,35)
15.3(3,9,13,15,17,19,23,25,31,35,37,43,47,49,51)
small polyhedra by vertex count

4/13(R)

15.7
Lecture16 Lecture 16
Matlab: plotregion.m
example8.m (shape in exam)
example5.m (regular tetrahedron)
example4.m (octahedron)

4/18(T)

15.8
Lecture17 Lecture 17 Exam 2 makeup problems
Matlab:
surface1.m surface3.m  surface2.m
surface5.m surface6.m  surface7.m
 

4/20(R)

15.9
Lecture18 Lecture 18
spherical coordinate system

4/25(T)

15.10, Quiz 4
Lecture19
Homework 7 (due 4/28)
15.4(5,7,9,11,15,19,25,29,31)
15.7(3,7,9,11,13,15,17,19,21,37)
15.8(3,5,9,13,17,21,23,29)
15.9(3,7,9,21,23,27,35,39,41)
15.10(1,3,11,13,15,17,19)

4/27(R)

review for final




5/4(R)




Final Exam 9am-12pm