MAT 203: Calculus III with applications
Instructor: Fabrizio Donzelli
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Larson, Edwards, Multivariable Calculus, 9th edition.
MAT 203 is course on calculus in dimensions two and three.
We will extend the notion of differentiation and integration,
learned in the previous calculus courses, to functions of two and three variables and vector valued functions.
The course covers most of the contents of the book, time permitting.
Monday, 3-5 pm, in my office (3-102).
The homework will be assigned during the class, and they will be collected
by the teaching assistants during the recitation session.
For the homework assignment and the sections covered during the class,
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You will have at least a week to complete the homework assignment. Late homework will not be accepted.
There will be a midterm exam and a final exam. The final exam is scheduled on
Wednesday, December 16, 2:15pm-4:45pm; the midterm's date will be announced during
the semester, two weeks in advance. The opportunity for making up a missed exam is limited to only emergency cases. If such a case should occur the student must provide legitimate documentation of some form as proof that missing the exam was absolutely necessary. Calculators will NOT be allowed for use on exams.
Practice for Final
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The grading will be weighted as follows: homework 30%, midterm 30%, final 40%.
The grades are available on blackboard.
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