Exam two begins this afternoon (Thursday, March 22) at 5:15 pm. This exam covers section

We will provide you with this equation sheet. Be careful, some facts are not on the equation sheet. You need to know how to compute the dot and cross products, how to integrate and differentiate, and understand the properties of the gradient vector. You should also know the cosine and sine of common angles like $0$, $\pi/6$, $\pi/4$, $\pi/3$, $\pi/2$, $\pi$, and $2\pi$ radians.

This exam is your opportunity to demonstrate to us that you understand the material. Be sure to read each question carefully, and draw sketches where appropriate. We expect complete solutions and correct notation. Be careful with the T/F questions; think, don't react.

Aaaa through Hanc, go to CR 302
Hans through Pont, go to CR 306
Post through Zzzz, go to CR 310

**11.6, and all of chapter 12 (except for 12.3)**.**No electronic devices are allowed at the exam**.We will provide you with this equation sheet. Be careful, some facts are not on the equation sheet. You need to know how to compute the dot and cross products, how to integrate and differentiate, and understand the properties of the gradient vector. You should also know the cosine and sine of common angles like $0$, $\pi/6$, $\pi/4$, $\pi/3$, $\pi/2$, $\pi$, and $2\pi$ radians.

This exam is your opportunity to demonstrate to us that you understand the material. Be sure to read each question carefully, and draw sketches where appropriate. We expect complete solutions and correct notation. Be careful with the T/F questions; think, don't react.

**Your exam room is a function of the first four letters of your last name**.
We are sharing the rooms with Calculus I and II students. Make sure you are not sitting next to another Calculus III student.

To practice for the exam, use the problems from MyMathLab, discussion, and the mock exams and examples from the text. If you don't understand something ask questions at your discussion section and during our office hours.

To practice for the exam, use the problems from MyMathLab, discussion, and the mock exams and examples from the text. If you don't understand something ask questions at your discussion section and during our office hours.