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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Second Derivative, Fxx, Lagrange Multiplier

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9 Jun 2019
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MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Directional Derivative, Dependency Graph, Unit Vector

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3 Jun 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Differentiable Function, List Of Trigonometric Identities

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2 Jun 2019
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The case that we can apply the chain rule for functions of two variables is when: X = x(t) -- x is a differentiable function of t. Y = y(t) -- y is a d
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture 23: Partial Derivatives

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2 Jun 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Level Set

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2 Jun 2019
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Mat21c - lecture 22 - limits of two-variable functions. The contour curve projects to the level curve. Contour curve: a curve along which the function(
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture 21: Functions of Several Variables

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22 May 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Dot Product

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12 May 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Parametric Equation, Parallelogram

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7 May 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Unit Vector, Cross Product, Dot Product

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5 May 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Unit Vector, Dot Product

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5 May 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Vector Calculus

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30 Apr 2019
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Mat21c - lecture 13 - vector calculus introduction. Up until this point, calculus has been focused on real-valued functions of one variable. E. g. f(x)
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Absolute Convergence, Ratio Test, Horse Length

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30 Apr 2019
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Series: a 1 + a 2 + a 3 + a 4 + l a n l means: Given > 0, there exists an n so that |a n - l| + whenever n >= n. And perhaps diverges for some other va
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture 11: Approximations with Taylor Series

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30 Apr 2019
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Mat21c - lecture 11 - approximations with taylor series. ~ wednesday, april 24th, 2019 f(x) gives taylor series about x = a. * (x-a) n ~ f(a) + f"(a)(x
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Absolute Convergence, Ratio Test, Antiderivative

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23 Apr 2019
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Because we also want to measure for absolute convergence, we do not use the. Alternating series test, which would only indicate conditionally convergen
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture 9: Practice with Power Series

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21 Apr 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Limit Comparison Test, Root Test, Ratio Test

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21 Apr 2019
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Definition: type of series useful when working with taylor series (will be covered in the future) Form: c n x n = c 0 + c 1 x + c 2 x 2 + c r x r, c n
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ibm System P, Ratio Test

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16 Apr 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Absolute Convergence, Ratio Test, Conditional Convergence

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13 Apr 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Telescoping Series, Partial Fraction Decomposition, Integral Test For Convergence

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11 Apr 2019
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Trick to solve this, rewrite it as: 1/(n+2) - 1/(n+3) **splitting into partial fractions ** S n = (1/(1+2) - 1/(1+3)) + (1/(2+2) - 1/(2+3)) + (1/(n+2)
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ibm System P, Integral Test For Convergence

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10 Apr 2019
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A*r n-1 converges to a/(1-r) if |r| < 1. This test states that if a series doesn"t approach 0, then it diverges. **note that this does not imply that i
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bmw 3 Series, Telescoping Series

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10 Apr 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Squeeze Theorem, Indeterminate Form

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4 Apr 2019
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UC-DAVISMAT 21CJoel HassSpring

MAT 21C Lecture 1: Sequences

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4 Apr 2019
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Function Pointer, Memory Management, Library

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29 Mar 2019
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: In C

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8 Mar 2019
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Definition of an exception: an error" that is thrown" by the compiler when an out of the ordinary event that the compiler believes shouldn"t happen, oc
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Jetbrains, Virtual Function

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3 Mar 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 24 - more applications of inheritance. Will work on the class pokemon project and review the application of key c++ topics. Members:
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Null Pointer, Include Directive

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3 Mar 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 23 - inheritance and polymorphism. Topics will be explored through a program made with the class -- the program will be available in
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture 20: Templating and Iterators

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22 Feb 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 20 - templating and iterators. Today, the professor will show how to work with templates by programming a practical example -- will b
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Include Directive

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17 Feb 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 17 - friendship & templates. Encapsulation of data -- internal workings of your program do not need to be disclosed to outside source
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture 16: Streams and Overloading

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15 Feb 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 16 - streams and operator overloading. Generalizes your program"s different sources of input characters. Creates a general place for
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Object-Oriented Programming, Member Variable, Semicolon

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7 Feb 2019
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Object oriented programming is the main focus of this course! The first few weeks were focused on programming in c because it built some foundation for
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Smart Pointer

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6 Feb 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 13 - smart pointers. When the smart pointer is deleted, the memory that it points to is also erased. If used correctly, your program
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture 12: Containers

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3 Feb 2019
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Refer to tic-tac-toe program to help with the midterm. To debug, run debug attach to program. Add commands asking for input someplace before the code y
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture 11: Transitioning to C++

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1 Feb 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 11 - transitioning to c++ Kodethon will only look at the textoutput file. Ta"s will play the game to verify full credit. Screen: game
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ncurses

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30 Jan 2019
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It"s a terminal handling library typically used under unix and windows. Allows you to write to any location on the screen. Treats the terminal like a 2
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Include Directive, C Standard Library, Uptodate

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27 Jan 2019
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Dividing files into multiple files helps with the organization of the overall project. More usable because different files become libraries. Need to br
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture 8: Command Line Arguments

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25 Jan 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 8 - command line arguments. Basic way of taking input has been through scanf , but if we can also take input using the. Argc -- numbe
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture 6: More Pointers

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20 Jan 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 6 - more pointers. - both of the following determine how much space do i want allocated -- int* ar = (int*) calloc (num_elements, siz
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture 5: Pointers in C

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17 Jan 2019
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John owns a house that takes up one plot at address 0 and stores a 5. Chris owns a house that takes up one plot at address 1 and stores a 4. Amy owns a
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UC-DAVISECS 36BMatthew ButnerWinter

ECS 36B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Newtype, Null Character, C String Handling

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17 Jan 2019
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Ecs 36b - lecture 4 - transitioning to c. Format: name of the variable + bracket + size int ar1[ ] = {1,5,8,23,-2,65,9,5}; //doesn"t have anything to t
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