Math 323 : Calculus III

Spring 2016 : Section 09

Thomas Zaslavsky
Office: WH-216
Link to my (old) home page.

Office hours (no appointment is necessary):

James Stewart, Multivariable Calculus, 7th edition, Chapters 12-16 (except for a few bits).

Course goals: Develop theoretical and computational skills in the areas of mathematical analysis covered by those five chapters.

          Schedule of topics and assignments (separate page).

Grading System
There will be four tests, including the final exam. There will also be quizzes and homework collection. Your grade will be based on the tests, quizzes, homework, and class participation.

          Link to the quizzes.

I expect everyone to read the entire assigned sections carefully before the lecture and to do all the assigned problems. If not, you may miss some important things.
Hand-in homework should be neatly written (or typed), not squeezed into a small space. (I must be able to read your solution.) Staple multiple sheets (paper clips and paper folds don't work). Also, please remove all stubs if you tear out pages from a spiral binder.
Hand-in homework is due at the beginning of class. If you're late to class, leave your papers on my desk when you arrive, not when you leave. Late homework will have a penalty or be refused.
Homework grading system: 4 points per graded problem or part of a problem.

There will be short quizzes. There are no make-up quizzes. Previous quizzes of this semester are available here without solutions.

Calculus III Help Room
There is a help room for Calc III and other courses. The hours for Calc III are very limited due to limited resources.

Test dates

Final exam policy
The final is comprehensive and mandatory. There will be no make-up for the final exam except for extraordinary circumstances. Implicit in your registration for this course is your agreement to be present to take the final exam at the above time and place.

          Test grading guidelines are posted after the test is graded.

Classroom behavior
Always turn your cell phone to silent before entering the classroom. No chatting, emailing, surfing, texting, etc. If you do, I may confiscate your device for the rest of the class.

Academic Dishonesty
Any instance of academic dishonesty will be referred to the Harpur College Academic Honesty Committee. Academic honesty violations can result in suspension from the University for multiple semesters.

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