Calculus IV (MATH 317)
2nd summer term 2015
Time: Mon/Wed 10:30-12:30, Tue/Thu 12:30-2:00
Place: LSK 201
Office hours: To be annouced.
- Textbook: "Multivariable Calculus" by James Stewart, edition 7E
Vector valued functions of one variable (Chapter 13):
Parameterized curves, velocity, acceleration, arc length
(includes curvature, normal and binormal vectors, tangential and normal components of acceleration).
Vector valued functions of several variables (Chapter 16):
Vector fields, line integrals, conservative fields, fundamental theorem of line integrals,
Green's theorem, gradient, curl, divergence,
parameterized surfaces, suface area, surface integrals,
Stoke's theorem, divergence theorem.
The grade is composed of:
or the final exam grade minus 10 points
(whichever is higher).
- final exam (50%),
- two midterms (30%),
- homework and quizzes (20%),
The second option is a safety net --- even if you did poorly during the semester,
you can still have a good grade by doing well on the final exam.
There will be no webwork.
Final grades may be subject to scaling.