Mathematics 121 Z1 (# 60238) Instructor: Office: Office Telephone: Department Telephone: Office Hours: Text: Class Hours: Classroom:

Calculus III

Summer 2008

J. Lawlor ( or ) Room 301, 16 Colchester Avenue (Henry Marcus Lord House) 656-4311 656-2940 MTWTh 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. or by appointment Calculus Early Transcendentals (Sixth Edition) by James Stewart MTWTh 2:30 p.m. – 4:50 p.m. 205 Votey

Course Outline and Reading
Vectors and Three-Dimensional Space Vector-Valued Functions Partial Differentiation Multiple Integration Line Integrals and Green’s Theorem Surface Integrals and Stokes’s Theorem Sections 11.1 – 11.7 Sections 12.1 – 12.5 Sections 13.1 – 13.10 Sections 14.1 – 14.8 Sections 15.1 – 15.4 Sections 15.5 – 15.8

There will be a midterm examination, six quizzes, computer assignments using Mathematica and a final examination. The five best quiz marks will determine your quiz average, which will count as one score. The midterm examination will count as two scores and the final examination will count as two scores. Of these five scores, the lowest will be dropped (in case of ties, one of the lowest scores will be dropped). The remaining four scores and the computer assignment score will determine your course grade, with each of these five scores contributing 20% to the course grade.

All students are expected to regulate their class attendance and behavior in a mature and responsible manner. In some situations, class participation and behavior could become a factor in the determination of your course grade. Quiz Dates: May 21 (W), May 28 (W) , June 3 (T), June 11 (W), June 18 (W) and June 24 (T). Midterm Examination Date: Thursday, June 5. Final Examination Date: Thursday, June 26. The last day to add or drop this course is Tuesday, May 27. The last day to withdraw from this course is Thursday, June 5. The last day to exercise the pass/no pass option is Tuesday, May 27. Copies of the text and the solutions manual are available at the reserve desk in the Bailey-Howe library. Students who are eligible for course accommodations due to special needs are responsible for notifying me if they wish to utilize such accommodations and for coordinating with the Office of Specialized Student Services in establishing the basis for and the implementation of the accommodations. Students who miss a quiz or an examination due to illness or any other special circumstance and who wish to schedule a make-up must advise me in a timely manner of the absence and the reason for it in order for the request for a make-up to be considered. Whenever possible, this information should be provided in advance of the absence. Class Holidays: Monday, May 26 (Memorial Day Holiday).