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Fall Term 2010
MAC 2313 Calculus III
Calculus,Multivariable , 5th edition by Hughes-Hallet, et al
MW : 11:30 AM-2:00 PM
TR : 9:15 11:15 AM
Sunday 8:30 9:30 PM
Review for Exam 3
There will be a short non calculator part of the test. On the other part of the test most
problems will just ask for the set-up of the integrals.
I. Double integrals
A. Set-up and evaluate integrals using
1) rectangular coordinates (dA =
Gradient and Directional Derivatives in 2 and 3 space
And Extra Problems po
A) Interpret multivariable functions in applications given as a table, symbols or
B) Sketch/identify contour curves.
C) Identify and find equations for linear functions from a table, points,
1. An object in an xy-plane is being pulled by two ropes. One exerts a force in the
direction of 2i + 5 and the other a force in the direction of 3i + 2 . The sum of the
+ 190 pounds. What are the magnitudes
Calc 3 Review for Test 4
1. Find parametric equations for lines and circles.
2. Solve problems involving motion. (position, velocity, acceleration)
1. Sketch a few vectors in a vector field.
2. Calculate line integrals using a parame