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LECTURE 20 SUMMARY 3/3/2014
We say that limxx0 ,yy0 f(x, y) = L if for all paths
(t)
r
leading to (t0 ) =< x0 , y0 >, we have limtt0 f(t) = L.
r
r
Methods of calculating limits: (1) Direct substitution = if the function f(x, y) is dened and has no sing

LECTURE 19 SUMMARY 2/28/2014
Consider a function f Rn R for n = 2, 3. The set of points in Rn for which f is
dened is called the domain; the set of all possible values for f is called the range.
Example: ln(1 x2 y2 ) the domain is the interior of the unit

LECTURE 18 SUMMARY 2/26/2014
The distance from a point P to a plane is the shortest line segment connecting P to
a point in the plane. One elementary way to get it is as follows: (1) Determine the
line through P in a direction parallel to a normal vector

LECTURE 17 SUMMARY 2/24/2014
Given a vector v =< a, b, c > and a point (x0 , y0 , z0 ), the line going through the point
and parallel to v can be represented in one of three forms:
vector equation: =< x0 , y0 , z0 > +t
r
v
x = x + at
0
parametric equation

LECTURE 15 SUMMARY 2/12/2014
Applications of dot product: (1) Find the angle between two vectors, u and v, via
the formula
uv
.
u v
(2) Detect orthogonality: two non-zero vectors are orthogonal (i.e. the angle be
tween them is 90o if and only if u v

LECTURE 14 SUMMARY 2/10/2014
vectors vs. points: a vector is an action and its a dynamic object; a point is a static
object. We will represent a vector in coordinates by < x1 , y1 , z1 >, which means that
we move x1 units in the x direction, y2 units in t

12.1 THREE-DIMENSIONAL COORDINATE SYSTEMS
2. The line through the point (l,0, 0) parallel to the y-axis
4. The line through the point (1,0, 0) parallel to the z-axis
6. The circle x2 + y2 = 4 in the plane 2 = 2
12. The circle )c2 + z2 = 3 in the xz-plane

LECTURE 13 SUMMARY 2/7/2014
Graphs in R3 :
(1) x = constant represents a plane parallel to the plane determined by the y, z
axes, called the y-z plane.
(2) likewise, y = constant represents a plane parallel x-z plane; z = constant represents a plane paral

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LECTURE 20 SUMMARY 3/3/2014
Let y0 be a xed constant. The intersection of the plane y = y0 with the surface
z = f(x, y) is a curve in the plane y = y0 , namely, z = f(x, y0 ). The slope for the
tangent to the curve z = f(x, y0 ) at (x, y0 ) is given by

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Summary 3-7-2014, Lecture 21
A function f (x, y, z) is dierentiable at (x0 , y0 , z0 ) if x f, y f, z f exist and are continuous at
(x0 , y0 , z0 ).
Suppose f (x, y), x = x (t) , y = y (t) are dierentiable functions. Then
df (x (t) , y (t)
= (x

LECTURE 16, 2/14, 2014
v
The magnitude for the cross product u is the area for the parallelogram spanned
by u and v, i.e.,
u v = u v sin ,
where is the angle between u and v. The direction is perpendicular to both u and
v and is determined by the right

LECTURE 7 SUMMARY JAN 22, 2014
Given a function f(x), we want to know how to generate the power series for it.
Elementary methods: Substituting new variables in the power series. Example:
1
= (x3 )n . Differentiating,
n=0
1+x3
(1)n x2n+1
1
1+x2 dx = n=1

HOMEWORK 10, DUE 3/13/2014, MATH21C
Quiz 5 (on Thursday, 3/13/2014) will be based on HW 8 and 9, Sections 12.6, 13.1,
14.1, 14.2 in the book
Suggested Readings: Section 14.3, 14.4, 14.5, 14.6 (just the tangent plane part+linearization),
14.7, 14.8
Problem

HOMEWORK 9, DUE 3/6/2014, MATH21C
Suggested Readings: Section 12.6, 14.1, 14.2, 14.3
Problems with
will be discussed by the TA (time permitting).
Feel free to discuss the problems with your fellow students and the TA.
Section 12.6, 2, 4 ,5, 6, 12, 33, 38,

HOMEWORK 8, DUE 2/27/2014, MATH21C
Quiz 4 (on Thursday, 2/27/2014) will be based on HW 6 and 7, Sections 12.1
through 12.5 in the book
Suggested Readings: Section 12.5, 13.1
Problems with
will be discussed by the TA (time permitting).
Feel free to discuss

SUMMARY 22, 3/10, 2014
The rate of change for f(x, y) in the direction ^ (a unit vector) is dened as
v
D^ f(x, y) = lim
v
t0
f(< x, y > +t^) f(x, y)
v
.
t
If f(x, y) is differentiable at (x, y), then
D^ f(x, y) =< x f, y f > ^
v
v
The gradient vector of f

LECTURE 22 SUMMARY 3/12/2014
The linearization for f(x, y) at (x0 , y0 ) is the just the tangent plane at (x0 , y0 ):
z = f(x0 , y0 ) + x f(x0 , y0 )(x x0 ) + y f(x0 , y0 )(x x0 )
The tangent line to the level curve g(x, y) = c (c is a constant) at (x0 ,

SUMMARY JAN 8, 2014
A monotone sequence either diverges to (or ) or converges. If it is bounded,
then it converges. (Monotone Convergence Theorem)
Three basic ways of showing monotonicity: (1) The associated function is monotone. (Derivative test). (2) Ra

Math 21C Quiz 4, Winter 2016
Department of Mathematics, University of California at Davis
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OM;
(Student ID (Section or Discussion Day)
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING: There will be NO calculators of any kind (whether an abacus
laptop, phone or etc) Ther

1. Findthefollowinglimit.
7
4
1x
lim
x
2
x + 8x
4
lim
x
1x
7
=
2
(Simplifyyouranswer.)
x + 8x
Answer:
ID: 2.6.25
2.
UseL'Hpital'sRuletoevaluate lim
x
lim
2x( cos 2x 1)
0
sin 6x 6x
.
2x( cos 2x 1)
=
sin 6x 6x
(Typeasimplifiedfraction.)
x
0
Answer: 1
9
I

1. UsetheIntegralTesttodetermineiftheseriesshownbelowconvergesordiverges.Besuretocheckthattheconditionsof
theIntegralTestaresatisfied.
5
2
n = 1 n + 64
Selectthecorrectchoicebelowand,ifnecessary,fillintheanswerboxtocompleteyourchoice.
A. Theseriesconverg

1. Giveageometricdescriptionofthesetofpointsinspacewhosecoordinatessatisfythegivenpairofequations.
2
2
x + y = 25,
z= 4
Choosethecorrectdescription.
A. Thecirclewithcenter(0,0, 4)andradius5,paralleltothexyplane
B. Thecirclewithcenter(5,5,0)andradius 4,par

Math 265 SI Exam 1 Review 2/ 18/2015
Find the length and direction (when dened) of u x v when u = 2i and v = -3j.
F iii . (at lamb/HMO
" ducted: ~z
Z O O
O 3 0
@ Find the area of the triangle determined by the points P, Q, and R. Then, nd a unit vector
pe

MATH 21C Discussion Handout
Convergence of Sequences and Series
September 27
(Updated October 2, 2016)
1
Useful facts
A sequence cfw_an converges to L (written lim an = L) if for every > 0, there is a positive
n
integer N such that n > N implies |an L|

Math 21C Quiz 2, Winter 2016
Department of Mathematics, University of California at Davis
(Last Name) (First Name)
(Student ID) (Section or Discussion Day)
55/ l/clCOW
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING: There will be NO calculators of any kind (whether an a