M 311 Spring 2004
HOMEWORK SUMMARY REPORT
Chapter number: 7
Section number: 6
Exercise number: 21
Number of papers received: 8
Reviewing committee: Alpha
List all participating committee members:
James Macfarlane, Tristan Brown
Author(s) of paper(s) chosen for publication: Amanda Coots
Comments:
Everyone understood the problem and used Gauss's theorem correctly. A
couple of people used the formula for the volume of a sphere instead of
solving the integral, and one person mentioned Jacobi's theorem. The
answers were all correct and there were some very good explanations.
GRADER'S COMMENT: If everything comes out of the integral as constant
factors, then obviously \int dV = V. So just use the formula for volume
of a sphere (or whatever) without evaluating the triple integral again.