MATH 4 Fall 2010Instructor: Professor R. C. ReillyAssignment #7Reading AssignmentsNote: Section and page numbers which start with ‘Stewart’ refer to the textfor the second half of the course:‘Multivariable Calculus (6th edition)’, by J. Stewart, or thecorresponding ‘Custom Edition for UCI’.You are expected to do the assigned readingsbeforethe corresponding lectures.Monday 11/15/2010: ‘Stewart’ Section 15.3Wednesday 11/17/2010: ‘Stewart’ Sections 15.5, 15.6Friday 11/19/2010: ‘Stewart’ Sections 15.7Things to Prepare for the DiscussionsNote: These are problems/examples/topics which the Teaching Assistants (TAs) will cover in thediscussion sections. You are expected to work on thembeforeyou go to the discussions.(A) Prepare these items for the discussion on Tuesday 11/16/2010.(1) Exercises from Section 14.1 (pp 858-859): # 9; 28; 35(2) Execises from Section 14.2 (pp 864-865): # 8; 16; 21; 23(3) Exercises from Section 15.1 (pp. 901-905): # 3; 6; 18; 42; 48(4) Execises from Section 15.2 (pp 913-914): # 6; 8; 10 NOTE: In these exercises, I want you to
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