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Math 195 Section 51 Practice Midterm 1
October 22, 2015
Answer the questions in the blue book to the best of your ability. Show your work.
1. For this question, c is a scalar, P is a point, and ~u, ~v are vectors.
Write three operations that make sense us
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Homework 4
Math 19520 (section 43), Fall 2016
This homework is due in class on Wednesday, October 26th. You may cite results from class as appropriate. Unless otherwise stated, you must provide a complete explanation for your solutions, not simply an
answ
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Homework 3
Math 19520 (section 43), Fall 2016
This homework is due in class on Wednesday, October 19th. You may cite results from class as appropriate. Unless otherwise stated, you must provide a complete explanation for your solutions, not simply an
answ
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Homework 2
Math 19520 (section 43), Fall 2016
This homework is due in class on Wednesday, October 12th. You may cite results from class as appropriate. Unless otherwise stated, you must provide a complete explanation for your solutions, not simply an
answ
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Homework 1
Math 19520 (section 43), Fall 2016
This homework is due in class on Wednesday, October 5th. You may cite results from class as appropriate. Unless otherwise stated, you must provide a complete explanation for your solutions, not simply an
answe
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CLASS QUIZ: MARCH 28: PARAMETRIC STUFF
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
(1) Consider the curve given by the parametric description x = cos t, y = sin t, where t varies over the
interval [a, b] with a < b. Wha
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CLASS QUIZ: APRIL 6: THREE DIMENSIONS
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
A (*) in front of a question indicates that there exist one or more strong distractors in the answer choices,
so you need to be more care
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CLASS QUIZ: APRIL 1: POLAR COORDINATES
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
A (*) in front of a question indicates that there exist one or more strong distractors in the answer choices,
so you need to be more car
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CLASS QUIZ: MARCH 30: PARAMETRIC STUFF
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
A (*) in front of a question indicates that there exist one or more strong distractors in the answer choices,
so you need to be more car
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CLASS QUIZ: APRIL 8: VECTORS
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
A (*) in front of a question indicates that there exist one or more strong distractors in the answer choices,
so you need to be more careful.
(1)
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CLASS QUIZ: APRIL 27: MULTIVARIABLE FUNCTION BASICS
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
(1) Suppose f is a function of two variables, dened on all of R2 , with the property that f (x, y ) = f (y, x)
for all real
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CLASS QUIZ: MAY 23: MAXMIN VALUES: TWOVARIABLE VERSION
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
(1) Suppose F (x, y ) := f (x) + g (y ), i.e., F is additively separable. Suppose f and g are dierentiable
functions o
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CLASS QUIZ: MAY 13: MULTIVARIABLE INTEGRATION
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
The following setup is for the rst ve questions only.
Suppose F is a function of two real variables, say x and t, so F (x, t) is
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Homework 9 (*)
Math 19520 (section 43), Fall 2016
This homework is NOT due in class on Wednesday, November 30th, so you should not turn it in. You
are encouraged to work on the problems, though, as you are might see similar things on the final.
You are en
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Homework 6
Math 19520 (section 43), Fall 2016
This homework is due in class on Wednesday, November 9th. You may cite results from class as appropriate. Unless otherwise stated, you must provide a complete explanation for your solutions, not simply an
answ
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Math 195 Section 51 Practice Midterm 2
November 13, 2015
Answer the questions in the blue book to the best of your ability. Show your work.
1. Give the definition for the following:
lim
f (x, y) = L
(1)
(x,y)(0,0)
2. Define f (x, y) as follows:
f (x, y) =
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Math 195 Section 51 Midterm 1
December 8, 2015
Answer the questions in the blue book to the best of your ability. Show your work.
1. Which of the following make sense? Further, which kind of object (point, scalar, vector) is each?
For this question, c, d
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Math 195 Section 51 Practice Final Exam
December 9, 2015
Answer the questions in the blue book to the best of your ability. Show your work.
1. Find the following:
(a) h1, 1, 3i h9, 4, 2i
(b) h6, 1, 4i h2, 7, 5i
(c) f , where f (x, y, z) = sin4 (xy + yz +
Mathematics for social sciences (multivariable calculus)
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Math 195 Section 51 Midterm 2
December 9, 2015
Answer the questions in the blue book to the best of your ability. Show your work.
1. Give the definition for the following:
f~(x, y) = ~r
lim
(x,y)(0,0)
2. Define f (x, y) as follows:
f (x, y) =
0
1
: x2 < y
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Math 195 Section 51 Practice Final Exam
December 5, 2016
Answer the questions in the blue book to the best of your ability. Show your work.
1. Find the following:
(a) h1, 1, 3i h9, 4, 2i
(b) rf , where f (x, y, z) = sin4 (xy + yz + zx)
d
(c)
(f (g(t) at t
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Midterm 2 Review Sheet
Midterm 2 will cover all of Chapter 14. This is roughly the material from homeworks 4,5,6 and 7 and quizzes 4,5
and 6. In addition, you will certainly need to know the material the first half of the course, and from the first year
c
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MATH 19520 (SECTION 43)
MATH METHODS FOR SOC. SCI, FALL 2016
Instructor: Jeffrey Manning
Email: [email protected]
Office: Eckhart 17 (in the basement)
Office hours: TBA
Class Website: http:/math.uchicago.edu/~jmanning/Teaching/Ma19520_Fall16/
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Midterm 1 Review Sheet
Midterm 1 will cover Sections 11.111.10 and 12.112.5. This is roughly the material from the first three homeworks
and quizzes, plus the material about lines and planes from 12.5 (from the lecture on October 17th). In addition,
you
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Final Review Sheet
The final will cover essentially everything weve done in the course, namely Chapter 11.110, Chapter 12.15,
Chapter 14 and Sections 1,2,6 and 9 from Chapter 15. In addition, you will certainly need to know the material
from the first y
Mathematics for social sciences (multivariable calculus)
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Homework 7
Math 19520 (section 43), Fall 2016
This homework is due in class on Wednesday, November 16th. You may cite results from class as appropriate. Unless otherwise stated, you must provide a complete explanation for your solutions, not simply
an ans
Mathematics for social sciences (multivariable calculus)
MATH 19520

Spring 2010
Homework 8
Math 19520 (section 43), Fall 2016
This homework is due in class on Wednesday, November 23rd. You may cite results from class as appropriate. Unless otherwise stated, you must provide a complete explanation for your solutions, not simply
an ans
Mathematics for social sciences (multivariable calculus)
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CLASS QUIZ: MAY 2: PARTIAL DERIVATIVES
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
(1) Consider a production function f (L, K, T ) of three inputs L (labor expenditure), K (capital expenditure), and T (technology expend
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CLASS QUIZ: APRIL 29: MULTIVARIABLE LIMIT COMPUTATIONS
MATH 195, SECTION 59 (VIPUL NAIK)
Your name (print clearly in capital letters):
(1) Consider the function f (x, y ) := x sin(1/(x2 + y 2 ), dened on all points other than the point (0, 0).
What is the
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