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MA 16600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II is a Math course at Purdue taught by the following professor: Andrei Gabrielov. 3 elite notetakers have produced 4 study materials for this Math course.
This is a study guide, basically a compilation of formulas and terms, for Exam 1 - Prof. Lempert. I know it looks ratchet, but hey! It's a good source of information.
These are all of week 1 lecture notes including all the examples
Here are week 2's notes. There are only 2 days because we didn't have class on MLK Jr. Day.
Week 3 notes in their entirety. (:
All of week 4 notes, including 2014 exam review
Here are the notes from week 5, starting material for Exam #2
Here are all of week 6 notes (:
Week 7 notes in their entirety.
These are the last bit of notes that will be covered on Exam 2!
Hey guys! This study guide for exam 2 condenses all of the material (Lessons 11-21) on exam 2 into easy to read, orderly notes to help you study! I went through every lecture and wrote down the central theme, important info, and equations, theorems, and tests to remember. Happy studying (: P.S. I also included the same sort of study guide for the info on exam one since its most likely comprehensiv
Notes on what we've gone over in class this week on vectors. If you have any questions on my handwriting or anything please let me know!
Material from week 2 including cross product, angles between vectors, integral areas and volumes
First week's note for MA166, covering 3-D coordinate system, vectors, and dot product.
Shell (cylindrical shell) method of integration and work. Hopefully the drawings are helpful. Let me know if you have any questions.
These notes go over integration by parts, trig integration, and trig substitution. Please note that the trig substitution section (lesson 11) will not be on this first upcoming exam.
These notes are the condensed version of the key concepts covered in lessons 1-10 that will be on this first exam. Import concepts and formulas are boxed. For more in depth examples to go with the concepts, please refers to the notes from previous weeks. Good luck!
These notes go over trig substitution more in depth. There is only one lesson's worth of notes because there was no other new material covered this week due to the exam.
These are simplified notes on trig substitution, partial fractions, and integration by approximation.
These notes go over partial fractions and integration by estimation.
These notes go over improper integrals, arc length, surface area, moments, and centers of mass.
These notes go over sequences and series
This study guide goes over lessons 11-20, which will be on the exam. It pulls from both the class lectures as well as the textbook in an attempt to make the concepts more clear. Good luck!
These notes continue to go over series. (Note that the last part of lesson 21 is a long crazy proof that you don't actually need to know/understand)
These notes continue to go over series and different tests that can be done to determine if they converge or not.
These notes go over power series, radius of convergence, the interval of convergence, and representations of functions by power series.
This study guide goes over the main concepts from the lessons that will be on the exam. It explains the different types of series as well as the different tests for convergence as well as a few other things. Good luck!
These notes go over parametric curves and using calculus to determine what the graph of the curve looks like.
These notes go over polar coordinates, graphs, and complex numbers
This study guide is a compilation of the material from the last 3 study guides as well as the information taught since the last exam.
practice upload for peyton
Math (Doing this for webinar)
These notes cover 3 dimensional graphing as well as dot product multiplication
These notes cover angle projections, cross-product multiplication, as well as finding the area between curves (integration).
These notes cover computing the volume of 3D objects through the washer method and the cylindrical shell method. They also cover work and how to use the equation in various problems.
These notes include an introduction to vectors.