Reading Assignments for Calculus 2
Fall 2000 Math 104
December
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Last modified: August 30, 2000
I'll use Maple syntax for mathematical notation on this page.
All section and page numbers refer to sections from Ostebee/Zorn, Vol 2.
Due Friday 12/1 at 8am
The Big Picture
No Reading Questions Today!
Reminder:
- PS 11 (ind) is due Friday.
- If you haven't already started, begin studying for Exam 3, which will be Tuesday 12/5 during lab.
Due Monday 12/4 at 8am
Q & A for Exam 3
- To read: Review Sections 10.4, 11.1-11.5. Do the study guide. Redo problems from past problem sets.
- Be sure to understand:
Everything, better than you did the first time around.
No Reading Questions Today!
Reminder:
- Bring questions on PS 13 to class Monday.
- I know you're tired of me reminding you, but remember to come ask me questions during office hours!
- Exam 3 is Tuesday, 12/5 in lab. As always, you may begin taking it at 12:30, and you should bring a calculator and your "cheat sheet", which meets the same specifications as before: handwritten by you, front only, standard sized paper.
Due Wednesday 12/6 at 8am
11.6: Power Series as Functions
- To read:
All
- Be sure to understand:
Example 3
E-mail Subject Line: Math 104 Your Name 12/6
Reading Questions:
- Give two good reasons for writing a known function ( such as cos(x) ) as a power
series.
Reminder:
- PS 13 (ind) is due Wednesday.
- If you have questions, come to office hours or e-mail Annie and
arrange to meet her at 8pm in A102 on Tuesday evening.
- Have a rough draft of your letter to your client written by Wednesday or Thursday.
Due Friday 12/8 at 8am
11.6: Power Series as Functions
- To read:
Re-read it all
- Be sure to understand:
The whole enchilada
E-mail Subject Line: Math 104 Your Name 12/8
Reading Questions:
- Write cos(2x) as a power series.
Reminder:
- If you haven't already brought me a rough draft of your letter to your client, please do so by Friday at the absolute latest.
Due Monday 12/11 at 8am
11.6: Power Series as Functions
- To read:
All, again
- Be sure to understand:
Example 3
E-mail Subject Line: Math 104 Your Name 12/8
Reading Questions:
- Find the elementary function represented by the power series
sum(k_{*}x^{k-1},k=1..infinity)
by manipulating a more familiar power series.
Reminder:
- Bring questions on PS 14 to class on Monday. While you will not be turning it in, you will be responsible for it.
- Project 3 is due Monday at 4pm.
Here ends the reading for the Semester!
Janice Sklensky
Wheaton College
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Science Center, Room 109
Norton, Massachusetts 02766-0930
TEL (508) 286-3973
FAX (508) 285-8278
jsklensk@wheatonma.edu
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