**Meeting time:**Tuesday/Thursday 1-2, Friday 2-3, Room 4-145**Text:**George Simmons,*Calculus with Analytic Geometry,*second edition.

Instructor: David Vogan, 2-281

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dvi file for Problem Set 9 (due Tuesday,
February 10 in recitation)

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dvi file for Problem Set 10 (due Thursday,
February 19 in recitation)

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dvi file for Problem Set 11 (due Tuesday,
February 24 in recitation)

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dvi file for Problem Set 12 (due Tuesday,
March 9 in recitation)

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dvi file for Problem Set 13 (due Tuesday,
March 16 in recitation)

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**PRACTICE EXAM:** Here is
a copy of the practice second exam from Professor Mattuck's IAP
course.

**PRACTICE PROBLEMS:** The graded homework problems
are mostly more difficult and subtle than what might appear on an
exam. You should also spend time on your own doing more
straightforward problems, to make sure that you understand the
definitions and the mechanics of what's covered in class. The
problems in Section E of the Supplementary Notes, and most of the
problems in the textbook, are designed for this purpose. Almost all
of the problems in the Supplementary Notes, and the odd-numbered
problems in the text, have solutions given at the back. Here is a
list (essentially taken from Professor Mattuck) of a few appropriate
practice problems related to each of the lectures.

**Lecture 40:** **4A** 3bd, 4;
**4B** 1bef, 2, 3

**Lecture 42:** **4C** 1, 2, 3, 5a,
6ab

**Lecture 43:** **4D** 1bc, 2, 3, 5

**Lecture 44:** **4E** 1ac, 2, 5;
**4F** 4, 5

**Lecture 45:** **4G** 1, 4, 5

**Lecture 46:** **5A** 2ad, 5, 6

**Lecture 47:** **5B** 1c, 3

**Lecture 48:** **5C** 3

**Lecture 50:** **6A** 1b 3, 4;
**6B** 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8

**Lecture 51:** **6C** 3, 5, 7a, 8

**Lecture 52:** **6C** 10, 11;
**6H** 1, 3a

**Lecture 53:** **6D** 1b, 2, 4, 5;
**6E** 3(ii), 5

**Lecture 54:** **6E** 6b,c;
**6F** 1b, 2, 5

**Lecture 56:** **6H** 10;