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Monthly Archives: December 2014
Here’s a soundtrack for your last-minute exam preparation. To be clear: you are Rocky and tomorrow’s exam is every opponent Rocky ever faced (in Rocky I through IV at least; I forget what happens in Rocky V). It might knock … Continue reading
ExtraCredit As announced in class today, you will have the opportunity to complete an assignment for extra credit (link to PDF above). Assignments that are complete and thoughtful can earn up to an extra 1% for your overall grade. This … Continue reading
Just a reminder…all WebWork sets have been reopened. They are now all due next Wednesday night, right before your final exam on Thursday morning. In class on Tuesday, I will show one or two examples computing arclengths or surface areas, … Continue reading
As soon as class ended today, I realized that we had forgotten something important when setting up the integral that computed the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region between and the -axis, between and , about the … Continue reading
Just a reminder: this week’s quiz will cover sections 5.1 and/or 6.1 of your text.
I’ve updated the due dates for your remaining WebWork sets. Don’t worry…they won’t change again! All sets are now due on Wednesday, December 17; the night before your final exam. Please don’t wait until then to complete these sets! If … Continue reading
Test #3 grades are now posted in Blackboard’s gradebook. It will still be a few days before solutions are available.
Here are some helpful links for this Thursday’s and next week’s lectures: Riemann sums left endpoint, right endpoint, midpoint Riemann sum calculator Solids of revolution (disk/washer method and shell method)