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January 30, 2013 Pledged Q
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April 24, 2013 Pledged
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April 20, 2016 Piedged
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Math 117Q  Test 4
April 19, 2017
(110 points)
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October 7,2016
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February 5, 2016
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Math 117Q Test 2
October 7, 2016
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Math 107Q Test 3
November 8, 2013 Pledged
(110 points)
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A game where colored marbles are drawn out of bags has three possible outcomes: red, green, and blue. The
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Math 107'Q. Test 4 K
December 4, 2013 Pledged
(110 points)
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February 3,2017
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Math 117Q * Test
March 29,2077
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Math 107Q  Test 2
February 26, 2014
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Math 117Q Test 3
November 4, .2016 Pledged' /(.
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22 1. You and a friend are munching on a bag of Harvest Blend M&Ms, when your 'iend says, There seems to be mor
Math 344 Midterm I Practice Problems
1. Suppose is a unitspeed curve in R3 with > 0. Define the ribbon surface S by the
parametrization
(s, u) = (s) + un(s).
Consider the curve as a curve within S. Compute the normal and geodesic curvatures
of .
2. For t
Math 344 Homework #3, due 2/22/17
1. Suppose that for a local coordinate patch (x, y) the fundamental form of a surface is
given by
ds2 = (1 + x2 ) dx2 + dy 2 .
(a) Set up the integral for the length of the curve (t) = (1 t, t) for t [0, 1]. (You
do not n
Math 344 Homework #5, due 3/29/17
1. Suppose is a unitspeed curve in R3 with > 0. Define the ribbon surface S by the
parametrization
(t, u) = (t) + ub(t).
Compute the Gauss curvature of S.
2. Suppose is a unitspeed curve in R3 with > 0. Define the tubul
Math 344 Midterm I Practice Problems
1. For the (nonunit speed) curve (t) = (cos(t), sin(t), t2 ), use the chain rule to compute
d2
, where s is arclength.
ds2
2. Compute the curvature for the helix:
(t) = (a cos t, a sin t, t),
where a > 0. [curvature
Math 344 Homework #6, due 4/19/17
1. Suppose S is a surface with coordinates (x, y), y > 0, such that the first fundamental form
is
dx2 + dy 2
.
ds2 =
y2
(a) Compute the Gauss curvature K.
(b) Suppose that (t) = (x(t), y(t) is a geodesic on S, and note th
Math 344 Midterm I Practice Problem Solutions
1. For the (nonunit speed) curve (t) = (cos(t), sin(t), t2 ), use the chain rule to compute
d2
, where s is arclength.
ds2
= 1 + 4t2 . Then
First compute (t)
= ( sin(t), cos(t), 2t) and v = kk
d
( sin(t), c
Math 344 Homework #4, due 3/22/17
1. Let S be a surface of revolution parametrized in cylindrical coordinates as
(z, ) = (f (z) cos , f (z) sin , z),
for some smooth function f (z) > 0. A meridian on S is a curve with constant. Compute
the normal and geod
Math 344 Homework #2, due 2/15/17
1. Let S be the catenoid, parametrized as
(z, ) = (cosh z cos , cosh z, sin , z).
(a) Compute the unit normal vector N.
(b) Compute the first fundamental form.
2. For S the unit sphere, consider these two mapping techniqu
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