Math 261 Spring 2014. Multivariate Calculus
Instructor: | Dr. G. Lugo |
Office Hours: | DsLoach 201. MWF 10:00 -11:00 or by appt. |
Textbooks: | Multivariable Calculus, by James Stewart, Brooks/Cole |
Class notes, Handouts |
Syllabus: | Chapter 12 | Vectors and the Geometry of Space |
Chapter 13 | Vector Functions | |
Chapter 14 | Partial Derivatives | |
Chapter 15 | Multiple Integrals. | |
Chapter 16 | Vector Calculus | |
Old Exams |
Grading: | The grade will be based on the cumulative distribution of your scores on the following | |
Quizzes | 50 points (Best 5 scores) | |
Exam 1 | 100 points | |
Exam 2 | 100 points | |
Exam 3 | 100 points | |
Exam 4 | 100 points | |
Final | 200 points | |
Fine-tuning of the grade will take into account other factors such as attendance, improvement, grade distribution, consistency, and class participation. Efforts will be made to device exams which will result on a ten point grading scale. |
Make-up's: |
There will be no make-up's, no early exams. If you miss an exam without a proper excuse you will get zero points in that exam. If you miss an additional exam for any reason, you will get zero points on that exam |
Grade Replacement |
Under exceptional circumstances, students who missed one exam with a proper excuse, will be allowed to replace the score in that exam with the percent score in the final exam. |
Honor Code: |
Complete academic honesty is expected from all
students. Any Incidence of cheating will be dealt strictly according to
the Student Academic Honor code. |
Attendance: | Do not miss any classes. In particular, do not miss any exams! |
Help: |
a) Office hours |
Goals: | a) To complete the basic training in Calculus for scientists and engineers. |
b) The learn the theory and applications of vector calculus. | |
c) To understand Stoke’s theorem and why this theorem is so central to science and mathematics. | |
d) To develop more skills in the use of computer algebra systems. | |
e) To improve analytical thinking and problem solving skills. |
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Gabriel G. Lugo.
lugo@uncw.edu
Last updated
01/08/2014