Math 2310 Homework 9 Fall 2011
Reading Finish 15.1 and 15.2 for Monday. Read 15.3 for Wednesday and 15.4 for Friday.
14.7 54 (a), (b) (Comments: If P = (x,y) is the variable point as in the problem, note that
f(x,y) = |P A| + |P B| + |P C|.
Math 2310 Homework 6 Fall 2011
Reading Please read Section 14.4 for Monday, 14.5 for Wednesday and 14.6 for Friday.
14.3 76, 79(d), 82
Also Suppose that X(t) = (x(t),y(t),z(t) is the position in 3-space at time t of a planet orbiting
Math 2310 Homework 5 Fall 2011
Reading Please review Section 13.5 and read 13.6 for Monday. Read 14.1 and 14.2 for
Wednesday, and 14.3 for Friday.
Also This problem looks at the geometry of a curve in 3-space using the simplificatio
Math 2310 Takehome Problem for Midterm 1 Fall 2011
Rules: This problem is to be pledged, and is to be your own work. You may use
the text, your class notes, and material from your first year calculus course, but
no other sources. Please turn your solution
Math 2310 Homework 4 Fall 2011
Reading Please read Section 13.4 for Monday and 13.5 for Wednesday (Midterm 1 is Friday).
13.2 57, 63
Also 1 A magnetic field which is constant throughout 3-space and also constant in time can be
represented y a singl
Math 2310 Homework 3 Fall 2011
Reading Please read 13.1 for Monday, 13.2 for Wednesday, and 13.3 for Friday.
12.6 25, 39
Also You are given vectors X0 and A in 3-space, as well as a positive angle not exceeding /2.
We define the cone with v
Math 2310 Homework 2 Fall 2011
Reading Please read 12.5 for Monday, 12.6 for Wednesday, and 12.7 for Friday.
1. Let A and B be two distinct points in 3-space. Show that the set of points X = (x,y,z) in 3space satisfying the equation is exactly the
Math 2310 Homework 1 Fall 2011
Reading Sections 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 12.4. We have discussed 12.1 and 12.2, and will talk about
12.3 on Monday and 12.4 on Wednesday
Homework rules To quote from the syllabus: You may work on hand-in problems with other