Multivariate Calculus - Fall 2017
Meets on: Tuesday, Thursday/ 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm at CAS 224
Discussion Sections: To be held by TBA
- Wednesday 9:05 am - 9:55 am CAS 235
- Wednesday 1:25 pm - 2:15 pm CAS 116
- Wednesday 2:30 pm - 3:20 pm PSY B47
- Thursday 8:00 am - 8:50 am CAS 424
- Thursday 9:30 am - 10:20 am PRB 146
- Angus Mcandrew
- Office hours: Tuesday and Thursday 2pm - 3pm, to be held in MCS B24 (Note that this is NOT Angus' office!)
Office Hours (at MCS 232)
- Weir, Hass, and Heil, Thomas’ Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 13th ed. Pearson ISBN: 978-0-321-88407-7. To receive a discounted price for the textbook go to www.mypearsonstore.com and purchase ISBN 1323006982, the enter the Discount Code “terriers” (lower case letters). We will be covering chapters 12-16.
- Or, if you were in MA 124 last semester then you can get an online version of the textbook: Go to http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com/ and click the Student button in the
Register section. Enter the Course ID buma124s1303941 and click
Continue. Finally, enter the Username and Password which you used in MA
124 and then click Sign In.
Below you will find suggested homework problems from the book. The homework WILL NOT BE COLLECTED, however there will be QUIZZES in the discussion sections (the dates of the quizzes will NOTbe
announced, and each section will have their independent quiz dates!
meaning; section 1 on Wed didn't have a quiz doesn't mean section 2
won't have it either), which will be based on the homework problems.
Q. How is the quiz grade calculated?
- There will be 7 quizzes in total.
- Each quiz is out of 10 points.
- I will take the worst 3 quizzes out when calculating the final average.
Q. I have questions about the material in class, what should I do?
- Come to my of youar TA's office hours.
- Get help at the Tutoring Room (CAS B24, The schedule is here).
- Get a free peer tutor through the Educational Research Center.
- Wayne Snyder is offering a Math/Stats (for every 100/200 level class) help night at the Rich Hall Cinema Room, 277 Babcock Street every Tuesday 7:30 - 10:30 pm. You can go and ask questions there as well.
- Quiz 1: A, Sol; B, Sol; C, Sol; D, Sol
- Quiz 2: All
- Quiz 3: C, Sol; D, Sol; E, Sol
- Quiz 4: A, Sol; C, Sol; D, Sol; E, Sol
- Quiz 5: A, Sol; B, Sol; C, Sol; D, Sol
- Quiz 6: B, Sol; D, Sol; E, Sol
- Quiz 7: A, Sol; B, Sol; C, Sol; E, Sol
- Quiz 8: A, Sol; C, Sol; D, Sol
- Quiz 9: A, Sol; B, Sol; C, Sol; E, Sol
- Quiz 10: A, Sol; B, Sol; D, Sol
- A tentative syllabus is here. Note that the syllabus is subject to change as we move along.
- There will be two midterms, a final and weekly quizes. Their weights will be:
- Final: 30%
- Midterms: 25%
- Quiz: 20%
- Final: December 16 (12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
miss an exam unless otherwise is inevitable (Makeups tend to be much
harder than the exam itself.)! If there is an unavoidable
circumstance that will force you to miss an exam you need to get an
official letter explaining the situation (from your doctor and/or dean)
and send me an email immediately.
notes, notebooks, books, calculators etc. are allowed in the exams and
quizzes. Cheating and/or plagiarism will not be tolareted.
- Last day to add a class: September 18
- Last day to drop a course without a W: October 10
- Last day to drop a course with a W: November 10