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Regular Office Hours (312 Knott Hall) | ||||
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Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday |

11-12 | --- | 1-2 | 10-11:30 | --- |

Also by appointment (see my schedule) |

- Dec 6
- Final Exam Info

- Oct 29
- Exam coverage:
The exam on Thursday will cover up to and including MOST of Section 14.7. Classifying critical points to find local max/mins/saddle points WILL be on the exam, but finding abs. max/mins on a region will NOT be on the exam.

For the Exam 2 review, this takes away problems #18-20. The due date of sections 14.7-14.8 on webwork will be delayed until the following Thursday night/Friday morning, but you will still need to practice/know how to do problems like S14.7 #1-2 for Thursday!

During Wednesday's lecture we will answer any review problems you have, and do as much of S14.8 as time allows.

Remember, we also have Project 2 due the following Thursday, too.

- Oct 25
- Thursday, Nov 1 is our second exam. Get the review sheet on the
solutions page.

- Oct 22
- Project #2 has been announced! Also,
there's a new explanation of how to email
files.

- Sept 27
- Thursday, Oct 4 is our first exam. Get the review sheet on the
solutions page.

- Sept 26
- Project #1 has been announced! Get the Matlab Info that was handed out with it.

Some links:

- WeBWorK site
- Beginners Guide to MATLAB written by Dr. Xenophontos
- Graphics in MATLAB: an overview written by Dr. Xenophontos
- The Ten Commandments of Mathematics
- Common errors in undergrad math
- Why study calculus?
- Loyola Center for Academic Services and Support (info on tutors, etc.)
- Publisher's site (some decent visuals/modules for each chapter and PDF documents found under Resourses)
- Graphics for Calculus (I)
- Visual Calculus
- An online calculus tutorial.
- Calculus Tutorials by Harvey Mudd College
- A review of limits.
- A review of the trig Pyth. Identities
- Sine and cosine animations.
- Some algebra/precalculus review links (some of the above links also have review stuff)
- Am I in Pi?
- The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive -- LOTS of facts and Mathematicians of the Day
- AMS: Information for math majors
- Mathematical Sciences Career Information: AMS-MAA-SIAM Project for Nonacademic Employment
- UNCW Careers in Math
- SIAM: Career Information
- MAA: Career Profiles
- My homepage

Office: 312 Knott Hall

Phone: 410-617-2516

Email: loberbro "at" loyola "dot" edu