Changes since the original 2013 edition. These changes are reflected
in the current versions of the book.
8/7/2013 Example 1.3.1: "minimum of a and b" -> "min(a,b)/2"
Discussion after theorem 11.2.2 (13.2.2 in late trans):
add proviso that c is non-zero.
Fixed missing header and contents entry for section 6.4
8/11/2013 Exercise 4.10.17 (late: 4.7.13): fixed typo, 3/u->3u.
9/17/2013 Removed extraneous comma in section 13.2, displayed equation
following "what an antiderivative must be, namely"
(late: 15.2)
9/18/2013 In example 13.2.4 (late: 15.2.4), <1,0,4>-->(1,0,4).
In example 13.2.6 (late: 15.2.6), <1,0,1>-->(1,0,1).
In example 13.2.7 (late: 15.2.6), <1,1,1>-->(1,1,1).
9/19/2013 Example 13.3.5 (late: 15.3.5), "|s''(t)|=2" --> "|s''(t)|=4"
10/9/2013 Added reference to example 14.5.1 in example 14.5.2
(late: 16.5.1-2)
10/10/2013 \sqrt3/9 --> 1/\sqrt3 in example 14.7.8 (late: 16.7.8)
10/11/2013 Exercise 14.7.9 (late: 16.7.9): Clarify that "length" is
the largest dimension.
10/16/2013 Exercise 14.8.2 (late: 16.8.2): Change answer to give
requested volume instead of dimensions.
10/17/2013 Exercise 14.8.12 (late: 16.8.12): Reword to make use of
Lagrange multipliers more apparent.
10/28/2013 Exercise 4.7.15, correct answer.
10/29/2013 Added area of ellipse to formulas appendix.
11/02/2013 Exercise 8.1.17 (late 7.4.17): added "+C". Also altered wording of
instructions.
11/03/2013 Example 8.4.3 (late 10.3.3): add missing dx to du, line 3.
11/05/2013 Exercise 15.6.9 (late 17.6.9): change \le to =
Section 15.7 (17.7) Added simplified vector to first
calculation of a cross product.
11/06/2013 Example 15.7.1 (late 17.7.1):
"The boundary of the ellipse is $x^2-xy+y^2\le 2$" ->
"The boundary of the ellipse is $x^2-xy+y^2=2$"
11/08/2013 Exercise 4.10.12: 1/3-->3.
Exercise 5.2.17: reword.
11/22/2013 Added back lost link to a live applet in Figure 16.7.1
(late 18.7.1).
12/04/2013 Exercise 16.7.11 (late 18.7.11): answer 4/3 --> 9280
1/30/2014 Exercise 1.3.7: h need not be positive.
8/13/2014 Moved exercise 4.7.22 to section 4.8 (early transcendentals only).
Removed erroneous minus sign in the last displayed equation
on page 91, in example 4.8.1 (page 84, example 4.6.1 in
late transcendentals).
8/21/2104 Example 6.1.9: A'(x) = -6x^+2a.