Math 224: Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

Course Schedule & Homework Assignments

Here is a link back to the course syllabus/policy page.

In the following all sections and page numbers refer to the required
course textbook, *Calculus for scientists and engineers* by Briggs,
Cochran, and Gillett.

Also in the following, the image
means that class was videoed that day. The videos are on `YouTube`, but
are private, so you have to e-mail for the link. Note that if you know ahead
of time that you will miss a class, you should tell me and I will be sure to
video that day.

For each day, please read the named section(s) **before that day**, while
the homework is **due that day**, either in class or handed in at my office
**by 3pm**.

This schedule is will be changing **very frequently**, please check it at
least every class day, and before starting work on any assignment (in case the
content of the assignment has changed).

*M:*Mostly bureaucracy and introductions. Read §7.1 and the course syllabus and policy page.**HW0**(at*Send me e-mail*`jonathan.poritz@gmail.com`) telling me:- Your name.
- Your e-mail address. (Please give me one that you actually check fairly frequently, since I may use it to contact you during the term.)
- Your year/program/major at CSUP.
- What you intend to do after CSUP, in so far as you have an idea.
- Past math classes you've had -- make sure you include when, where and with whom (as instructor) you took Calc I.
- The reason you are taking this course.
- Your favorite mathematical subject.
- Your favorite mathematical result/theorem/technique/example/problem.
- Anything else you think I should know (disabilities, employment
or other things that take a lot of time,
*etc.*). - [Optional:] The name of a good book you have read recently.

when I get this e-mail, so you really need to do this assignment as soon as possible.*Homework Late Passes**T:*Read §§7.1&7.2; hand in**HW1**§7.1: 12, 26, 28 (and, as always,**BI1**)*W:*Read §7.2; hand in**HW2**§7.1: 44, 52, §7.2: 4 (and**BI2**)*Θ:*Reread §7.2 and read §7.3; hand in**HW3**§7.2: 24, 44, 58 (and**BI3**)*F:***Quiz 1 today.**Reread §7.3 and read § 7.4; hand in**HW4**§7.2: 58 (if not done Thursday), §7.3: 26, 32, 46 (and**BI4**)*NOTE:*Friday is the last day to add classes

*M:*Read §7.5; hand in**BI5**and**HW5**§7.3: 34, 82 and §7.4: 30, 32*T:*Read §7.5; hand in**BI6**and**HW6**§7.5: 17, 25, 31*W:*Read §4.7; hand in**BI7**and**HW7**§7.5: 21, 43, 73, 75*Θ:*Read §7.6; hand in**BI8**and**HW8**§4.7: 17, 35, 49*F:***Quiz 2 today.**Read §7.6; hand in**BI9**and**HW9**§7.6: 9, 19, 25*NOTE:***We do have class**on Monday, September 1^{st}, even though it is indeed the federal Labor Day holiday.

*M:*Read §7.7; hand in**BI10**and**HW10**§7.6: 29, 33, 49*T:*Read §7.7; hand in**BI11**and**HW11**§7.7: 23, 33, 83*W:*Review for Test I; hand in**BI12**and**HW12**§7.7: 57, 65, 95*Θ:*More Test I review. Hand in any outstanding HWs (with HLPs) from this unit of the course for credit.*F:***Test I Today.***NOTE:*Monday is the last day to drop classes without a grade being recorded

*M:*Test I post-mortem.*T:*Read § 8.1; hand in Test I revisions, if you like.*W:*Read § 8.2; hand in**BI13**and**HW13**§8.1: 27, 32, 33*Θ:*Read §8.2; hand in**BI14**and**HW14**§8.2: 8, 15, 28*F:***Quiz 3 today.**Read §8.3; hand in**BI15**and**HW15**§8.2: 32, 37, 54

*M:*Read §8.3; hand in**BI16**and**HW16**§8.3: 14, 19, 24*T:*Read §8.4; hand in**BI17**and**HW17**§8.3: 28, 34, 43*W:*Read §8.4; hand in**BI18**and**HW18**§8.4: 8, 12, 16*Θ:*Read §8.5; hand in**BI19**and**HW19**§8.4: 18, 31, 42*F:***Quiz 4**was handed out today — please work on it at home this weekend, by yourself, without consulting other people, books, the Internet, Ouji boards, Tarot cards, or any other resources. Read §8.5; hand in**BI20**and**HW20**§8.5: 14, 24, 26

*M:*Read §8.8; hand in**Quiz 4**,**BI21**, and**HW21**§8.5: 32, 43, 68 [hint for 68: multiply top and bottom by $e^x$]*T:*Read §8.8; hand in**BI22**and**HW22**§8.8: 10, 14, 24*W:*Other techniques of integration, such as numerical integration and computer algebra systems — for which, read §§8.7&8.6; hand in**BI23**and**HW23**§8.8: 38, 48, 49*Θ:*Review for Test II; discussion of which formulæ you need to have in your head, which you can expect to have for reference on the test paper tomorrow,*etc.*Hand in**BI24**(any careful, complete, description of an integration technique we've learned this chapter — go all out here on style, completeness, and precision) and**HW24**§8.7: 8, 10, and: use a computer algebra system to give an example of an interesting (the more complex, the better!) integral ...**massive extra credit**if you can find a function which no computer algebra system can integrate. Also hand in any outstanding HWs (with HLPs) from this unit of the course for credit.*F:***Test II Today.**

*M:*Test II post-mortem.*T:*Read §10.1; hand in Test II revisions, if you like. The Collatz conjecture, which was mentioned in class, was the subject of this webcomic.*W:*Read §10.1; hand in**BI25**and**HW25**§10.1: 30, 40, 44, 50*Θ:*Read §10.2; hand in**BI26**and**HW26**§10.1: 60, 66, 72*F:***Quiz 5 today.**Read §10.2; hand in**BI27**and**HW27**§10.2: 18, 28, 52

*M:*Read §10.3; hand in**BI28**and**HW28**§10.2: 56, 62, 70*T:*Read §10.3; hand in**BI29**and**HW29**§10.3: 14, 24, 50*W:*Read §10.4; hand in**BI30**and**HW30**§10.3: 58, 62, 68*Θ:*Read §10.4; hand in**BI31**and**HW31**§10.4: 14, 16, 18*F:***take-home Quiz 6 announced today;**it is: do**ONE**of the problems 10.2{98*[hint: logs]*, 100, 102}, or 10.3.{74, 84}, or 10.4.{58, 70},*on your own, in one sitting (but no specific time limit), using only your book, class notes, and calculator (e.g.,*;**consult no other human being and no Internet resource**)**it is due in class on Monday.**Read §10.4; hand in**BI32**and**HW32**§10.4: 22, 24, 28

*M:*Read §10.5; hand in**BI33**and**HW33**§10.4: 34, 44, 50, and**hand in Quiz 6 during class.***T:*Read §10.5; hand in**BI34**and**HW34**§10.5: 10, 12, 18, 20*W:*Read §10.5; hand in**BI35**and**HW35**§10.5: 26, 44, 54*Θ:*Read §10.6; hand in**BI36**and**HW36**§10.5: 28, 32, 34*F:***Quiz 7 today.**Read §10.6; hand in**BI37**and**HW37**§10.6: 14, 18, 22*NOTE:*Friday is the last day to withdraw (with a**W**) from classes

*M:*Read §11.1; hand in**BI38**and**HW38**§10.6: 46, 50, 52*T:*Read §11.1; hand in**BI39**and**HW39**§11.1: 8, 10, 12*W:*Read §11.1; hand in**BI40**and**HW40**§11.1: 16, 34, 38*Θ:*Read §11.2; hand in**BI41**and**HW41**§11.1: 62, 68*F:***Quiz 8 handed out today [due Monday].**Read §11.2; hand in**BI 42**and**HW42**§11.2: 10, 12, 16

*M:***Quiz 8 due in class today.**Read §11.2; hand in**BI43**and**HW43**§11.2: 34, 38, 42*T:*Read §11.3; hand in**BI44**and**HW44**§11.2: 50*(hint: see Example 5, p. 697)*, 54, 62*(hint: find the IoC***first**)*W:*Read §11.3; hand in**BI45**and**HW45**§11.3: 20, 28, 32*Θ:*Read §11.3; hand in**BI46**and**HW46**§11.3: 44, 50, 54*F:***Quiz 9 today.**Read §11.4; hand in**BI47**and**HW47**§11.3: 62, 64, 68

*M:*Read §11.4; hand in**BI48**and**HW48**§:11.4: 10, 12, 20*T:*Read §11.4; hand in**BI49**and**HW49**§:11.4: 28, 34, 36*W:*Review for Test III; see this review sheet. Hand in**BI50**and**HW50**§11.4: 46, 60, 64*Θ:***Test III today.***F:*and**Test III today**, too.

*M:*Test III post-mortem.*T:*Read §12.1; hand Test III revisions, if you like.*W:*Read §12.2; hand in**BI51**and**HW51**§12.1: 16, 20, 60, 70, 72*Θ:*IT'S**MATH DAY**: CELEBRATE! — but no regular class meeting, alas.*F:***No Quiz today.**Read §12.2; hand in**BI52**and**HW52**§12.2: 28, 32, 40

**Thanksgiving Break!**No classes or office hours.- But please catch up on any old homeworks or re-dos of old assignments, to hand in on Monday after the break.

*M:*Read §12.3; hand in**BI53**and**HW53**§12.2: 64, 92, 98*T:*Read §12.3; hand in**BI54**and**HW54**§12.3: 6, 10, 18*W:*Read this chapter about Fourier series. Hand in**BI55**and**HW55**§12.3: 22, 26*Θ:*Keep reading that chapter about Fourier series. Hand in**BI56**and**HW56**:- Exercise 2.{a,b,c,d,g} from today's reading.
- Find the Fourier series of the constant function $f(x)=17$. Show all steps and calculations.
- Find the Fourier series of the function $f(x)=3\sin(2x)$. Show all steps and calculations.

handed out today.*Take-home*Quiz 10*F:*Final review — see this review sheet; hand in**BI57**and**Quiz 10**.

**Today is the last day to hand in late HWs. Also, hand in today any unused late HW passes.**

**Exam week**, no classes. However, special office hours as follows:**M:**9-10**T:**12-1**W:**12-1**Θ:**12-1

- Our
*[comprehensive]*is scheduled for**FINAL EXAM****Wednesday, December 10**^{th}, 1:00-3:20pm in our usual classroom**Thursday, December 11**^{th}, 1:00-3:20pm in our usual classroom

**both**time slots. - Course and final exam grades are now available, to those students who remember their secret codes from the front page of their second day final exam booklet, on this page.

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