Math 133 Quiz 1
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Professor Michael VanValkenburgh
Name:
Instructions: Show all of your work, and clearly indicate your answers. Use the backs of pages as scratch
paper. You will need pencils/pens and erasers, nothing more. Keep
Math 133 Quiz 1
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Professor Michael VanValkenburgh
Name:
Instructions: Show all of your work, and clearly indicate your answers. Use the backs of pages as scratch
paper. You will need pencils/pens and erasers, nothing more. Keep
Math 133 Midterm 3
Friday, April 19, 2013
Professor Michael VanValkenburgh
Name:
Instructions: Show all of your work, and clearly indicate your answers. Use the backs of pages as scratch
paper. You will need pencils/pens and erasers, nothing more. Keep al
Math 133 Midterm 3
Friday, April 19, 2013
Professor Michael VanValkenburgh
Name:
Instructions: Show all of your work, and clearly indicate your answers. Use the backs of pages as scratch
paper. You will need pencils/pens and erasers, nothing more. Keep al
Math 133 Midterm 2
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Professor Michael VanValkenburgh
Name:
Instructions: Show all of your work, and clearly indicate your answers. Use the backs of pages as scratch
paper. You will need pencils/pens and erasers, nothing more. Keep
Math 133 Midterm 1
Friday, February 8, 2013
Professor Michael VanValkenburgh
Name:
Instructions: Show all of your work, and clearly indicate your answers. Use the backs of pages as scratch
paper. You will need pencils/pens and erasers, nothing more. Keep
Math 133 Midterm 1
Friday, February 8, 2013
Professor Michael VanValkenburgh
Name:
Instructions: Show all of your work, and clearly indicate your answers. Use the backs of pages as scratch
paper. You will need pencils/pens and erasers, nothing more. Keep
THE INTEGRAL OF SECANT
MICHAEL VANVALKENBURGH
mvanvalk@ucla.edu
Today in discussion someone asked me how to compute the integral
sec x dx.
I didnt have a ready answer (I didnt have it memorized), and I didnt want to
spend class time playing around with it
Stewart 16.4 #16
Michael VanValkenburgh
April 16, 2013
I want to address a subtlety that you might have overlooked in your homework. Our
goal is to understand the curve
r = 4 + 3 cos .
What does it look like? Specically, what does it look like for near ?
Double Integral from Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Michael VanValkenburgh
Today at the beginning of class, I gave an example of a double integral, and I worked
on it up to the point where it was the integral of a polynomial in y 1/4 (which is easy to
integrate).