I have tried to compile some useful resources for you to learn the lessons presented by your peers. This should NOT take the place of notes, but should help you fill some holes in your knowledge of certain concepts. If you find more resources for me to add here, please share them in the comments! **Remember, your final exam on this material is Thursday, June 7. **

**Formal Definition of a Limit**[lecture] – Wikipedia, Proofs: How To**Newton’s Method**[lecture] – Wikipedia, U of Tenn, YouTube**Hyperbolic Functions**[lecture] – Wikipedia, Powerpoint**Simpson’s Rule**[lecture] – Wikipedia**Work**[lecture] – Wikipedia**Integrating Factors**[lecture] – Cliffnotes, Wikipedia**Economics and Biology**[lecture]**Fourier Series**[lecture] – Wiki, MathWorld, Hopkins, Stewart**The Dot & Cross Products**[lecture] – Wiki: Dot, Wiki: Cross, Lamar U**Partial Derivatives**[lecture]- Wikipedia, Harvey Mudd, U of Minnesota**Vector Fields: Gradient**[lecture] – Wikipedia, U of Maryland, MIT, MAA applet**Vector Fields: Divergence**[lecture] – U of Minnesota**Vector Fields: Curl**[lecture] – U of Minnesota**Double and Iterated Integrals**[lecture] – MAA