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University of California at Berkeley, CA 94720-3840

Tel: 510-642-3768, Email: "last name, lowercase" at "university name" dot edu

Office Hours: TTh 9:30-10:30am (first in front of 155 Dwinnelle right after lecture, then Evans 713), T 3:30-4:30pm in Evans 713.

Webpage: http://math.berkeley.edu/~stankova

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Do NOT contact the instructor or the GSIs. We have no control over enrollment.
Contact instead **Thomas Brown, 965 Evans, 10:30am-12noon or 1-5 pm.** You need to see him in person (not by email!) to resolve enrollment questions. Students who wish to switch
sections with open spaces can use the "Switch Section" link in TeleBears. Thomas Brown cannot move students into sections that are full. However, he can often swap students between sections. If two students
are willing to swap sections, both students need to go to Thomas and he will try to switch them.

** HW1A. ** Read: 10.1. Curves defined by parametric equations. 10.5. Conic sections (concentrate on recognizing the type of conic section:
parabola, ellipse, or hyperbola, and sketching graphs)

** HW1B: ** Read: 10.2. Calculus with Parametric Curves: Tangents (in polar coordinates), Examples 1 and 2, pp. 650-651. 10.3. Polar Coordinates

** Notes from class 1/21/16 and office hours:**

** HW2A. ** Read: 10.2. Calculus with Parametric Curves (Review and finish). 10.4. Areas and Lengths in Polar Coordinates

** General notes on bonus HW problems:** Bonus HW problems will be included in the weekly HW solutions. Ordinarily, they won't be included in quiz for that week, but they may be included
in exams (or even later quizzes, if suitable), so you need to study their solutions carefully. Keep in mind that a "bonus" problem earlier in the semester may not look
as hard later on in the semester.

** HW2B. ** Read: 12.2.Vectors

** Note: ** Problem 10.2. #36(c) was assigned unintentionally. We will not be testing on exams about centroids of general figures. The only centroid for now that you should be
aware of and be able to solve problems with is the centroid of a triangle (as we did in class). The first video below ("Triangle has a Magic Highway") and its extra footage
will tell you more on that topic.

** HW3A. ** Read: 12.3. The Dot Product (including Ex.7 on work)

** HW3B. ** Read: 12.4. The Cross Product. 12.5. Equations of Lines and Planes (only the first section on Lines, including Example 3 on p. 826)

** Solutions to HW3. **
The HW solutions will be taken off the web in a week and will not be distributed in any form later
on, so make sure you download and study the HW within the next few days.

** HW4A. ** Read: 12.5. Equations of Lines and Planes (finish, concentrating on Planes and Distances, pp. 827-830). 12.6. Cylinders and Quadric Surfaces

** HW4B. ** Read: 13.1. Vector Functions and Space Curves. 13.2. Derivatives and Integrals of Vector Functions

** General note on HW problems:** Ordinarily, only even-numbered problems are assigned, unless an odd-numbered problem is explicitly included in HW. Thus,
for example, #2-12 means #2,4,6,8,10.