Math 215

Spring 2003

Prof. H. Riecke

**Textbook:**

*Multivariable Calculus*, by Strauss, Bradley, and Smith (3rd
edition)

**Syllabus:**

**Multiple Integration** Chapter 12 (4-5 weeks)

- 12.1+2 Double integrals
- 12.3 Polar Coordinates
- 12.4 Surface Area
- 12.5 Triple integrals
- 12.6 Applications of multiple integration
- 12.7 Jacobians: Change of Variables
- Applications of Multiple Integrals

- 13.1 Vector fields
- 13.2 Line integrals
- 13.3 Fundamental Theorem and Path Independence
- 13.4 Green's Theorem
- 13.5 Surface Integrals
- 13.6 Stokes' Theorem
- 13.7 Divergence theorem (Gauss)
- Applications of Vector Calculus

Teaching Assistants:

Lael Fisher Tu 11 in L221 (last names M-Z)

Ben Vaughan Tu 11 in LG72 (last names A-L)

In addition you can also talk to Matt Peterson and Laura Ritter.No discussion section during first week of classes

**Office Hours:**

Hermann Riecke: Mo 5-6, Th, 4-6, M458

Lael Fisher: T 1-5 in TECH M445

Matt Peterson: M, T 2-4 in TECH M455

Laura Ritter: M, T 10-12 in TECH M449

Ben Vaughan: M, W 8-10 in TECH M445

At other times (M-F afternoons and evenings): check out tech tutoring.Matt Friday 2-4

Ben 8-10am on Monday

Laura 10-12 on Monday.

Lael 12:30-2:30 on Monday

HW 1, HW 2, HW 3, HW 4 HW 5 HW 6 HW 7 HW 8 Solutions for HW 8Practice Final Solutions for Practice Final

Quiz 1 (for your own feed-back)

Review Problems for Midterm. In order to be prepared, do all of the problems on the review sheet before the next discussion section.

Solutions for Midterm

**Grading:**

25% Homework and Quizzes

(drop lowest quiz score)

Only selected homework problems will be graded. Homework typically will be due on Wednesdays at the beginning of the class.

20-minute quizzes at end of the discussion section are based on homework problems.30% Midterm

on Multiple Integration (Chapt.12) in class,We May 7, 2003.45% Final

(common with other tech sections, comprehensive, emphasis on Vector Calculus)

3-5pm June 9, 2002No late homework, no make-up quizzes, make-up exams except for excused absences. You may discuss homework problems, but every student is expected to write up his/her homework individually - failure to do so may result in loss of credit.