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|HW #||Due Date||Topics||Homework assignment|
|HW 1||Friday April 7||parametrized and level curves, speed, arclength, reparametrization, regularity||choose four from 1.1-1.10, plus 1.14, 2.1|
|HW 2||Monday April 10||continued||Problem A, Problem B|
|HW 3||Monday April 17||curvature and torsion||choose two from 2.3-2.13, plus 2.14, 2.15, |
Problem C, Problem D
|HW 4||Monday April 24||Frenet-Serret, metric spaces||2.20 and two more of your choice from Chapters 1-2;
Problems E,F, and H (G is optional)
|HW 5||Monday May 1||simple closed curves||3.1-3.4, Problem I, re-dos if you wanna|
|HW 6||Monday May 15||surfaces||4.6, 4.7 (refers to 4.3), Problems J and K|
|HW 7||Monday May 22||tangent planes, normals, orientability,
ruled surfaces and surfaces of revolution
|4.13, 4.15, 4.19, Problems L and M|
plus re-do Problem K if nec.
|HW 8||Weds May 31
(no class Mon)
|First Fundamental Form||5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, Problem N|
|HW 9||Monday June 5||curvature of surfaces, geodesics (redux)||5.15, 6.1, 6.15, Problems O and P|
Outside problemsUpdated each week: here.
(This is where to find Problems A,B,C,...)
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