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Introduction Math 6A–Vector Calculus 1 Cristian Martinez UCSB 2 April 2018 1/20
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Introduction What text are we following? The UCSB MATH 6A/6B customized edition for Vector Calculus by Lovri´ c–Anton–Kreyszig. 3/20
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Introduction What text are we following? The UCSB MATH 6A/6B customized edition for Vector Calculus by Lovri´ c–Anton–Kreyszig. Chapters 2–7 and (hopefully) 8. 3/20
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Introduction What text are we following? The UCSB MATH 6A/6B customized edition for Vector Calculus by Lovri´ c–Anton–Kreyszig. Chapters 2–7 and (hopefully) 8. You will not really need it if you come to lecture and take (good) notes! 3/20
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Introduction What text are we following? The UCSB MATH 6A/6B customized edition for Vector Calculus by Lovri´ c–Anton–Kreyszig. Chapters 2–7 and (hopefully) 8. You will not really need it if you come to lecture and take (good) notes! However, I can not say the same if you are taking 6B! 3/20
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Introduction What text are we following? The UCSB MATH 6A/6B customized edition for Vector Calculus by Lovri´ c–Anton–Kreyszig. Chapters 2–7 and (hopefully) 8. You will not really need it if you come to lecture and take (good) notes! However, I can not say the same if you are taking 6B! Homework problems will be assigned through WebWork so problems in the textbook are just for practice. 3/20
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Introduction How are we grading this thing? Two midterms 20% each. 4/20
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Introduction How are we grading this thing? Two midterms 20% each. Dates are NOT flexible 4/20
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Introduction How are we grading this thing? Two midterms 20% each. Dates are NOT flexible: Midterm 1, Friday April 27; 4/20
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Introduction How are we grading this thing? Two midterms 20% each. Dates are NOT flexible: Midterm 1, Friday April 27; Midterm 2, Friday May 25 4/20
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Introduction How are we grading this thing? Two midterms 20% each. Dates are NOT flexible: Midterm 1, Friday April 27; Midterm 2, Friday May 25 WebWork is 20% 4/20
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