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The following link was added to the Applied
Mathematics and Multivariable
Calculus pages from the Math Archives' Topics
in Mathematics:
 Maxwell's
Equations
ADD. KEYWORDS: Lecture Notes
SOURCE: Daniel Bump, Stanford University
TECHNOLOGY: Postscript reader
The following link was added to the Multivariable
Calculus page from the Math Archives' Topics
in Mathematics:
 Calculus
III
ADD. KEYWORDS: Course Materials, Plane curves and parametric
equations, Polar graphs, Area and arc length, Vectors and vector
operations, Vector  valued functions, Tangents, normals, arc
length and curvature, Space vectors and operations, Lines and
planes in space, Surfaces in space, Curves and vector  valued
functions in space, Level curves, limits of f( x, y ), Partial
derivatives and total differential, Directional derivative and
gradient, Tangent planes, normal lines, extrema, Iterated integrals
 areas and volumes, Polar coordinates, Center of mass, surface
areas, Triple integrals ,cylindrical and spherical coord., Vector
fields and Work, Line integrals and Green's Theorem
SOURCE: Richard Burns, Springfield Technical
Community College
TECHNOLOGY: Mathematica
The following link was added to the Ordinary
Differential Equations page from the Math Archives' Topics
in Mathematics:
 Differential
Equations
ADD. KEYWORDS: Course Materials, Separable
Variables, Exact Equations, Linear Equations, Homogeneous Equations,
Applications, Logistics Functions, Homogeneous and nonhomogeneous,
Differential Operator and annihilators, Spring/mass systems, Numeric
methods, Laplace transform, Inverse Transform, Systems of Differential
Equations
SOURCE: Richard Burns, Springfield Technical
Community College
TECHNOLOGY: Mathematica, Java Applet
The following links were added to the Math Archives' listing of
Mathematics Contests, Competitions,
and Problem Sets:
 HarvardMIT
Math Tournament
The HarvardMIT Math Tournament is an annual math tournament for
high school students, held in alternating years at MIT and at
Harvard. It is run by MIT and Harvard students who participated
in math contests in high school, so try to incorporate what we
liked best about math contests when we were in high school.
 Rice
University Mathematics Tournament
The Rice University Mathematics Tournament is an annual event
for high school students and teams from schools in the Texas/Louisiana
area. Organized by Rice undergraduate students, the Rice Mathematics
Tournament has been held almost every year at the Rice University
campus in Houston since 1981. The contest includes individual
written tests as well as group events.
 Stanford
Math Tournament
This contest brings together students from the greater Bay Area
for a day of challenging problems and mathematical fellowship.
The tournament is composed of four subject area tests (algebra,
geometry, advanced topics, and calculus), a general test, and
a team test.
