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* [[|Counting Paths]] (SGA - 30 min) | * [[|Counting Paths]] (SGA - 30 min) | ||

* Lecture - 20 min | * Lecture - 20 min | ||

+ | * What is the difference between the line integral and the flux integral (given that both use the dot product)? | ||

+ | * What does it mean for a field to be conservative? | ||

+ | * Path independent | ||

+ | * Corresponds to a surface (scalar field) that it is the gradient of | ||

+ | * //Is curl free// **Note:** Curl is needed for 3 different ideas in this class: Conservative Work, Going from $\vec A$ to $\vec B$, and getting from $\vec B$ to $\vec J$. | ||

* QUIZ | * QUIZ | ||

- | * [[|Counting Paths]] (SGA - 30 min) | + | * [[|Work]] (SGA - 30 min) |

* Lecture - 10 min | * Lecture - 10 min | ||

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+ | ===== Optional In-class Content ===== | ||

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+ | * [[..:..:activities:vfact:vfmurdermm|Murder Mystery Method]] (SGA - 50 min) (alternatively a homework problem - see below) | ||

+ | * Conservative Fields (lecture) (//Math 3.5: Independence of Path//, //Math 3.6: Conservative Vector Fields//, //Math 3.7: Finding Potential Functions//) | ||

+ | * Equivalent Statements (lecture) | ||

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