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## MAT 213: Calculus III, Section D02

## Spring 2016

Syllabus.

Solutions distributed in class.

Day-by-day summary.

The Greek Alphabet.

A review of some trigonometry.

Topics to review from Calc I and Calc II.

Practice sheet: converting to polar coordinates.

Example 7 on p 797.

Dot products and angles.

Lines in R^2 and the dot product.

Cauchy-Schwarz and Triangle Inequalities.

SUMMARY: dot product.

One determinant computed six ways.

Determinants and the Laplace expansion.

The cross product.

The distance between two lines in three-dimensional space.

A brief summary of conic sections.

A brief summary of quadric surfaces.

A diagram of the conic sections.

Partial proof of Rule 5 (page 850).

Speed and arclength.

Reparametrization by arclength: an example.

Curvature and acceleration.

Why the formula #10 on the curvature/acceleration handout is often so hard to use.

Comparing Calc I and Calc III limit laws.

Examples involving path limits.

Galileo, Kepler, and Newton.

Some basic facts about inequalities.

Linearization and differentials: the one-dimensional case (text sec. 3.10).

Differentiating a function of two variables.

The Chain Rule in higher dimensions.

Gradients and level sets.

Comparing Calc I and Calc III max/min rules.

The Extreme Value Theorem in the Plane.

Further properties of the gradient.

Proof of Clairaut's Theorem.

The "chart method" for certain integrals.

Notes on center of mass in the plane.

Calculating the area of a hemisphere.

Cylindrical and spherical coordinates.

Moment of inertia.

Conversions among rectangular/cylindrical/spherical coordinates.

Some topics from Chapter 16.