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(PS format) (Review only)
Answers to Assignment 0 (GIF)
Answers to Assignment 1
Answers to Assignment 00 (PDF) Handwritten (more detail) (JPG) (PDF Format)
Answers for Assignment 2:
(Handwritten) solutions: Page 1 Page 2 (for printing)
(Bigger size!: Page 1 Page 2) (just for on-screen)
Here are the answers to all the problems.
(Handwritten) solutions: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4
(Bigger size!: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4)
The graphs (PDF format) (MWS format - Maple worksheet)
Remark about question 12(g) (the saddle)
Practice for Test 2:
Assignment 3 1/2 (PDF Format) (PS format)
(Handwritten) solutions (Bigger size)
After Test 2:
Assignment 4 (PDF Format) (PS format)
NOTE: The assignment to be handed in consists of the following numbers: 14, 15, 18, 23, 26, 34, 35, 36.
(Handwritten) solutions to the rest of the questions. (Bigger size).
(Handwritten) solutions (Bigger size) to numbers 14, 15, 18, 23, 26, 34, 35, 36.
You are asked to do numbers 2d, 4, 6, 10, 12 for marks
To let you review your work on this assignment (as preparation for the test) I am posting the answers - however, if you intend to hand in work for marks, be sure you don't just copy my answers, but show your own work.
Do the problems yourself first, check your work against these answers, and then try again, without copying my answers. Make sure you understand things well enough to be able to do the work on your own (eg on the test!).
I will post more complete solutions later.
Full solutions to non-assigned problems
Full solutions to assigned problems
Practice for Test 2 (1 Apr 2015):
Practice Test 2
Another Practice Test 2 [Answers] [Bigger size]
Practice for Test 3 (6 May 2015):
Practice Test 3 [Answers] [PDF]
Another Practice Test 3 [Answers]
Some Notes on
the Fourth Dimension [Another helpful page in visualizing 4D]
[This Union College teacher's Home Page has a lot of good stuff on it. Including tips for studying, mathematical art, movies for maths (including one on hyperboloids, as well as the 4D stuff), geometry and web math projects, and advice for life.]