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MA 426-001

Mathematical Analysis II

Mathematics

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#### Assigned Jan. 24

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#### Assigned Jan. 31

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#### Assigned Feb. 7

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#### Assigned Mar. 21

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#### Assigned Mar. 28

Sec. 6.8, problem 5; sec. 6.9, problem 6; p. 384, problem 2; p. 386, problem 13ac; p. 386, problem 16.

On p. 386, problem 13ac, first find the general formula for the derivative, then use it to find the derivative of the given function. You may want to rename some variables since the letters x, y, z are overused. For example, in 13a you could think of f as a function of (u,v,w).

On p. 386, problem 16, I suggest writing Df(x) = A (for all x), and writing f(x)-f(0) as an integral from 0 to 1, like we did in the proof of the degree 2 Taylor's formula.

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#### Assigned Apr. 4

Sec. 7.1, problems 1, 2, 5.
Pp. 439 - 442, problems 4, 6, 8, 25.
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#### Assigned Apr. 14

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