MATH 2210-5 Calculus III - Spring 2009

Class information

Time: 6:00-7:30pm
Days: Tuesday and Thursday
Where: LCB 215
Textbook: Calculus, Varberg, Purcell and Rigdon (9th edition, Prentice Hall)
Material covered: Multivariate calculus (Chapters 11-14)
Prerequisites: MATH 1210 and MATH 1220 or equivalent
Syllabus: Here

Contact information

Instructor: Emanuele Macrì
Office: JWB 317
Office hours: Tue,Thu 5:00-6:00pm, or by appointment
Phone: 801-581-6898
Email: macri(AT)math(DOT)utah(DOT)edu
 

Homework assignments and other announcements

May 5 2009
  • All the grades are available on WebCT. Let me stress that they are not definitive: if you have any question write me an email before May 15!
Apr 29 2009
  • Here there are the (sketch of the) solutions of the exercises for the final exam (pdf). Suggestion: for the final exam try to go through all your old homework!
Apr 21 2009
  • Some exercises for the final exam (pdf).
Apr 16 2009
  • Homework assignment #9 (last one) is due on Thursday, Apr 23 (at the beginning of the class) and contains 18 exercises (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 14.2: 8,9,12,20,24

    Section 14.3: 1,2,5,12,14,15,30

    Section 14.4: 1,3,4,7,19,23

Apr 9 2009
  • Homework assignment #8 is due on Thursday, Apr 16 (at the beginning of the class) and contains 21 exercises (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 13.7: 2,4,7,21,23,24

    Section 13.8: 7,10,20,23

    Section 14.1: 2,8,9,14,16,28,30

    Section 14.2: 2,4,6,32

Apr 7 2009
  • The solutions for the second midterm exam are available (pdf).
Apr 3 2009
  • The grades for the second midterm exam are available on WebCT.
March 31 2009
  • Some exercises for the second midterm exam (pdf).
March 24 2009
  • Today it seems that the class is canceled (see here). I start giving you in any case the (facultative) homework for the second midterm exam of Thursday, April 2 (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 13.4: 7,21,22,27,29,38

    Section 13.6: 1--all--16

    Section 13.10 (test problems): 1,2,3,10,12

March 12 2009
  • Homework assignment #7 is due on Thursday, Mar 26 (at the beginning of the class) and contains 12 exercises (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 13.3: 21,27

    Section 13.4: 1,4,5,11,14,17,20,23,26,30

March 5 2009
  • Homework assignment #6 is due on Thursday, Mar 12 (at the beginning of the class) and contains 20 exercises (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 13.1: 2,4,6,18,23,30

    Section 13.2: 1,5,8,16,18,33,41

    Section 13.3: 3,5,7,11,15,39,43

Mar 3 2009
  • The grades for the first midterm exam are available on WebCT.
Feb 19 2009
  • Homework assignment for the first midterm exam is facultative (and it will not be graded)

    Section 12.8: 1--all--10,11,13,16,26

    Section 12.9: 1,3,8

    Section 12.10 (test problems): 2,5,8,9,10,13,16,17,20,27

Feb 12 2009
  • Homework assignment #5 is due on Thursday, Feb 19 (at the beginning of the class) and contains 17 exercises (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 12.3: 3,7,12,20,25,28,32

    Section 12.4: 4,6,10,14,17,19

    Section 12.5: 6,10,14,24

Feb 5 2009
  • Homework assignment #4 is due on Thursday, Feb 12 (at the beginning of the class) and contains 16 exercises (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 11.9: 17,20,31

    Section 12.1: 2,5,8,10,16,27

    Section 12.2: 2,10,14,19,25,34,46

Jan 29 2009
  • Homework assignment #3 is due on Thursday, Feb 5 (at the beginning of the class) and contains 18 exercises (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 11.7: 8,14,15,36,41,44,48,56

    Section 11.8: 3,4,10,20,22,26,35

    Section 11.9: 2,4,6

Jan 22 2009
  • Homework assignment #2 is due on Thursday, Jan 29 (at the beginning of the class) and contains 22 exercises (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 11.4: 2,4,6,8,12,18,27

    Section 11.5: 5,6,10,12,25,28,40

    Section 11.6: 3,8,14,18,24,30

    Section 11.7: 3,6

Jan 15 2009
  • Homework assignment #1 is due on Thursday, Jan 22 (at the beginning of the class) and contains 22 exercises (references relative to ninth edition of textbook)

    Section 11.1: 5,6,8,16,20,28

    Section 11.2: 4,6,14

    Section 11.3: 6,8,12,18,22,32,34,44,54,56,66,68,74

    General guidelines: Show your work. A right answer without proper explanation or the manipulations that lead to it, will not count for full credit. You may work in groups, however you must submit your own writeup of the solution.
    Since this is the first assignment, please come to my office if you have any question.
    The exercise have to be done all. I will grade three of them (randomly and equal for everybody). Then I will assign from 0 to 2 points for each of these 3 exercises.Moreover, I will give from 0 to 4 points if you have (at least) tried to solve all the exercises. In total you will receive a grade from 0 to 10 points.
    Recall that the two lowest homework will not be considered when taking the final mean for the semester.

Jan 10 2009
  • Homework assignments will be given in class, on this webpage and by email. Other announcements, such as office hour changes, will go here too.

    For checking your grades (both for the homework and for the future exams) you have to go to WebCT, log-in with your uID number and password, and then you can view your grades by clicking on the small icon down on the left "My grades".

Homework, exams and withdrawal policies

Students with Disabilities

The University of Utah seeks to provide equal access to its programs, services and activities for people with disabilities. If you will need accommodations in the class, reasonable prior notice needs to be given to the Center for Disability Services, 162 Olpin Union Building, 581-5020 (V/TDD). CDS will work with you and the instructor to make arrangements for accommodations.

All written information in this course can be made available in alternative format with prior notification to the Center for Disability Services.

Also, please let me know at the beginning of the course, should you need special accomodations.