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MA-570 Home Page

MA-570 Summer 1999


Announcement (8/4/99)

Solutions for the rest of Chapter 4 and Chapter 5 are available.


General Information

This is a multivariate calculus course - taught at a graduate level. You can find general information about the course in the syllabus. This page will be updated regularly during the semester as additional materials and information become available. For further information, contact the instructor at [email protected].

A class roll with e-mail addresses is available.


Examinations

Midsemester Examination Final Examination (Thursday, August 5, 1999 9:10 - 10:10 P.M.) Homework and Programming Assignments

  1. (6/17/99) Chapter 1: Inequalities
  2. (6/19/99) Chapter 1: Sets in Euclidean Space
  3. (6/25/99) Chapter 1: Continuous Functions
  4. (6/25/99) Chapter 2: Definition of Derivative
  5. (6/28/99) Chapter 2: Differentiation Rules
  6. (7/2/99) Chapter 2: Partial Derivatives
  7. (7/2/99) Chapter 2: Derivatives
  8. (7/2/99) Chapter 2: Inverse Function Theorem
  9. (7/2/99) Chapter 2: Implicit Function Theorem
  10. (7/12/99) Chapter 3: Upper and Lower Sums
  11. (7/12/99) Chapter 3: Sets of Measure Zero
  12. (7/12/99) Chapter 3: Integrable Functions
  13. (7/20/99) Chapter 3: Fubini's Theorem
  14. (7/20/99) Chapter 3: Partitions of Unity
  15. (7/20/99) Chapter 3: Change of Variables
  16. (7/20/99) Chapter 4: Tensors
  17. (7/26/99) Chapter 4: K-forms
  18. (7/26/99) Chapter 4: Chains
  19. (8/4/99) Chapter 4: Stokes' Theorem
  20. (8/4/99) Chapter 5: Manifolds
  21. (8/4/99) Chapter 5: Forms on Manifolds
  22. (8/4/99) Chapter 5: Stokes' Theorem
  23. (8/4/99) Chapter 5: Surface Area
  24. (8/4/99) Chapter 5: Classical Stokes' Theorems Lectures and Other Course Materials

    When two dates are given, the second date is the date of last change.

    Revised: Aug 4, 1999
    All contents copyright © 1999 K. K. Kubota. All rights reserved
    URL: http://www.ms.uky.edu/~ken/ma570/


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