MATH 2400, Calculus 3, Spring 2014

Course Contents:

This course is a continuation of Calculus 2. Topics include vectors, three-dimensional analytic geometry, partial differentiation and multiple integrals, and vector analysis.

Sections:

Section Instructor TA Lecture Hours Venue
Section 1 Joseph Migler Jared Nishikawa MTWF 9:00am - 9:50 am ECCR 1B55
Section 2 Trubee Davison Jared Nishikawa MTWF 10:00am - 10:50 am ECCR 1B55
Section 3 Ilia Mishev Jared Nishikawa MTWF 11:00am - 11:50 am ECCR 1B55
Section 4 Ilia Mishev Krisztian Havasi MTWF 12:00pm - 12:50 pm ECCR 1B55
Section 5 Professor Walter Krisztian Havasi MTWF 1:00pm - 1:50 pm ECCR 1B55
Section 6 Scott Andrews Krisztian Havasi MTWF 2:00pm - 2:50 pm ECCR 1B55

Course coordinator:

Professor Martin Walter

Textbook:

McCullum, Hughes-Hallett, Gleason, et al.:
Calculus, 5th Edition, John Wiley and Sons, 2009. ISBN 978-0470-08914-9.

Tentative Class Schedule:

DateTopic DateTopic DateTopic DateTopic DateTopic
1/1312.1, 12.2 2/313.4 2/2416.1, 16.2 3/1717.4 4/1419.3
1/1512.3 2/514.1, 14.2 2/2616.3 3/1917.5 4/1620.1
1/1712.4, 12.5 2/714.3, 14.8 2/2816.4 3/2118.1 4/1820.2
1/20MLK Day 2/1014.4 3/316.5 3/3118.2 4/2120.3
1/2212.6 2/1214.5 3/516.6, 16.7 4/218.3 4/2320.4
1/2412.6 2/1414.6 3/716.7 4/418.4 4/2520.5
1/2713.1 2/1714.7 3/1017.1 4/719.1 4/28Review
1/2913.2 2/1915.1 3/1217.2 4/919.2 4/30Review
1/3113.3 2/2115.2 3/1417.3 4/1119.2, 19.3 5/2Review

Definitions and Theorems
Integration Review Sheet
Review Sheet Midterm 1
Midterm 1 Solutions
Solutions to Set 1
Solutions to Set 2
Review Sheet Midterm 2
Solutions to Set 3
Solutions to Set 4
Solutions to Set 5
Solutions to Review Sheet Midterm 2
errata to Solutions for Review - Midterm2
Solutions to Midterm 2
Review Sheet Midterm 3
Solutions to Midterm3-Review

Homework:

Assignments of homework (written HW and WeBWorK HW) will be given on the website. It is the student's responsibility to get these assignments in the event of an absence from class. Show all your work. Homework will be graded.

Homework Sets and Due Dates:

HomeworkDue Date HomeworkDue Date HomeworkDue Date
Set 11/28 Set 63/4 Set 114/15
Set 22/4 Set 73/11 Set 124/22
Set 32/11 Set 83/18 Set 134/29
Set 42/18 Set 94/1
Set 52/25 Set 104/8

Link to WeBWorK
WebWork assignments will open on the day a section is covered and close 7 days later.
The due dates are clearly posted on WebWork.

How to Access WeBWorK

Mid-terms and Final Exams:

Midterm Exams: February 5, March 5, April 9 at 6:30-8:00pm, location HERE.

Final Exam: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at 7:30am-10:00am, location HERE.

Course Grading:

Your grade will be determined from the graded written homework (20%), the webwork homework (20%), the midterm exams (THREE --each exam 10%), and the final exam (30%).


Other:

Students With Disabilities: If you qualify for accommodations because of a disability, please submit to your professor a letter from Disability Services in a timely manner (for exam accommodations provide your letter at least one week prior to the exam) so that your needs can be addressed. Disability Services determines accommodations based on documented disabilities. Contact Disability Services at 303-492-8671 or by e-mail at dsinfo@colorado.edu.

If you have a temporary medical condition or injury, see Temporary Medical Conditions: Injuries, Surgeries, and Illnesses guidelines under Quick Links at Disability Services website and discuss your needs with your professor.

Missed Exams: If you know that you are going to miss a midterm exam or cannot take the final exam at the scheduled time for a valid reason (e.g. religious obligation, documented illness), please notify your professor at least two weeks in advance. If you miss a midterm exam without an acceptable reason, you will be given an "F" for that midterm. If you miss the final exam without a documented excuse, you will score zero on the final.

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