Math 3610 - 1 Syllabus Jan. 24, 2006
T Th 10:45 - 11:35 in JWB 333
Instructor: A. Treibergs, JWB 224, 581Ð8350.
email = treiberg@math.utah.edu
OfÞce Hours: 11:45 - 12:45 MWF (tent.) or by appt.
Grader: Hwan Yong Lee, JWB 326
email = hlee@math.utah.edu
Prereq.: Math 2250 or Math 2280 or consent of instructor.
Text: Brown & Churchill, Complex Variables and Applications 7th ed., McGraw
Hill 2004
Calculator: A calculator is not required for the course, although it may be useful for
some homework problems. No notebook computers or wireless devices are
allowed during exams.
Homework: Homework problems, assigned weekly, are typical of what you'll be asked on
exams. Homework listed for Thursday and Tuesday is due the following
Thursday. Homework may be handed in up until Friday afternoon when the
grader goes home, which is about 6:00 pm. LATE HOMEWORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
AFTER THAT TIME.
Exams: There will be two in-class full hour midsemester exams on Thurs., Feb. 16
and Thurs, Mar. 30. The final is Fri., Apr. 28, 10:30 AMÐ12:30 PM. Half of
the Þnal will be devoted to material covered after the second midquarter exam.
The rest will be comprehensive. Students must take the Þnal to pass the
course.
Grades: The final grade will be based on the following score:
Two midquarter exams (40%) + homework(30%) + Þnal score (30%).
ADA: The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that reasonable
accommodations be provided for students with physical, sensory,
cognitive, systemic, learning and psychiatric disabilities. Please contact
me at the beginning of the quarter to discuss any such accommodations
for the course.