Students should be able to do the textbook problems assigned for each section covered in the book. |

**For the week beginning March 10** Prepare for the exam.

I would like people to work on: 1. "Their" review problems. Please send me plain text e-mail. You certainly may request hints. I will be happy to supply
some.2. Look through the textbook problems for sections 14.1-14.7, and send me e-mail about any you would like me to go over. |

**Due Wednesday, February 12.**
We must move on. I would like students to tell me by e-mail which
textbook problems in sections 13.1-13.4 I should go over in class on
Wednesday. Also due on Wednesday is the computational exercise on a
space curve. And due next Monday are the next set of workshop
problems.

Here now (10:34 PM on Tuesday evening) are the first suggestions for
the vital *answers* to the questions about the curve:

**T** =-1/2**i**+1/2**j**+1/sqrt(2)**k**

**N** = -1/sqrt(2)**i**-1/sqrt(2)**j**+0**k**

**B** = 1/2**i**-1/2**j**+1/sqrt(2)**k**

Kappa = 1/2 (two people report this) or 1/sqrt(2) (one report)

Tau = 5/2 or 3/2 (sorry: different observers, different answers!)

**Due Monday, February 10.**
Begin reading chapter 13 of the text.
I would like students to tell me by e-mail which textbook problems in
sections 12.1-12.5 I should go over in class. I am skipping 12.6 and
12.7 for now. Also due Monday are the third set of workshop problems.

**Due Monday, January 27** Begin reading
chapter 12 of the text. I
would like students to hand in *individual* responses to both of the first
workshop problems. I may also ask for some textbook problems:
check back and stay awake in class!

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