Math 324F, Autumn 2014
Midterm
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Math 324
Midterm Exam
Summer 2011
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This exam has 6 questions on 5 pages, worth a total of 50 points.
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50
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MATH 324A (Spring 2010)
Midterm
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MATH 324A (Autumn 2009)
Midterm
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MATH 324A (Autumn 2009)
Practice Midterm
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MATH 324F
Midterm 1
February 1, 2013
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Math 324B
Midterm 1
April 17, 2009
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11
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10
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11
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10
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8
Total
50
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Math 324B
FIRST PRACTICE EXAM
(a bit longer than the real exam)
1. Let D be the region between the line y = 3x + 4 and the parabola y = 4 x2 . Express
2x dA as an iterated integral in two ways (dy dx and dx dy ), and evaluate it. (For
D
practice, do it bo
16.7: Surface Integrals
In this section we define the surface integral of scalar field and of a vector field as:
ZZ
ZZ
f (x, y, z) dS and
F dS.
S
S
For both definitions, we start with a surface, S, that is parameterized by
r(u, v) = x(u, v) i + y(u, v) j