MATH 2500, Multivariable Calculus,  Spring 2017
 
Section at 12:30     t th    Forestry 209
Section at 5            t th    Boyd 304                                                                                                                                 
 
Dr. Mitchell Rothstein      Room 404, Boyd Graduate Studies Building     (706) 542-2567     rothstei@uga.edu

Office Hours:  I will be available after class every day for office hours.  You may also make appointments for other times.

Text: University Calculus,  3rd edition,  Hass, Weir, Thomas.
 
Here is a tentative schedule, which will be updated frequently.
 
Date                   Cover                           Due
jan 5 , 7             11.2    
jan 10, 13           11.3  11.4  11.5            11.2 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 31, 35,
jan 17, 19           12.1  12.2                    11.3 3, 13,15, 24  11.4 1,3,5,15 25, 29  11.5  1 -- 33 odd
jan 24,26            12.3 (T)  TEST  (Th)    12.1 7, 9, 17, 23,   12.2   5,  7, 13,   12.3  3, 5, 9, 11, 13,  
jan 31 , Feb1      13.1  13.2  13.3    
feb 7, 9               13.4  13.5  13.6           13.1  5 -- 21 odd, 31--36, 37-- 45 odd, 47, 49, 51  ;   13.3 1 -- 53 odd
feb 14, 16           13.7  13.8                    13.4  1, 3, 5, 39, 41, 49, 51;   13.5  3,5, 11, 17, 19, 23, 35,   13.6 1 -- 11 odd
feb 21, 23           TEST (T)  14.1  (Th)   
feb 28, Mar 2      14.2  14.3     
    
spring break   

mar 14,16         14.4  14.5                       14.1 1--33 odd
mar 21,23         14.6  14.7                       14.2    problems 6n+3,    n=0,1,2,...,10 and 14.5 problems 6n+3,  n=0,1,2,...,7
mar 28, 30        15.1  15.t2  15.3    
apr 4,  6            TEST (T) 15.4  (Th)  
apr 11, 13         15.5  15.6    
apr 18,20          15.7  15.8    
apr 25              REVIEW    

Final Exam:  
12: 30 class final is on Tuesday, May 2,  Noon — 3 p.m.

5:00 class final is on Thursday, May 4,  7 p.m. — 10 p.m.

Your homework grade will be based on your presentation of solutions in class on Tuesdays.

Grading:  HW 20%
Three Exams:  55%
Final:  25%
 
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