You are on page 1of 2

COURSE NUMBER: MATH 38

COURSE TITLE: MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS III


COURSE PREREQUISITE: MATH 37
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Infinite series, techniques and applications of partial differentiation and
multiple integration.
COURSE OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of the course, the student must be able to:
1. determine convergence or divergence of infinite series using appropriate tests;
2. find the interval of convergence of a power series;
3. find the power series representation of functions;
4. determine limits and continuity of a function at a point and over a set;
5. find partial derivatives ( explicit, implicit, chain rule, higher order );
6. find directional derivatives ( if they exist );
7. find equations of tangent plane and normal line to a surface;
8. find extreme values of functions ( constrained or unconstrained case ); and
9. evaluate multiple integrals using rectangular, polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates

COURSE OUTLINE:

UNIT I. INFINITE SERIES


Sequences and limit of a sequence
Monotonic and bounded sequences
Infinite series of constant terms
Infinite series of positive terms
Alternating series
Power series
Differentiation and integration of power series
Taylor and Maclaurin series

UNIT II. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS OF FUNCTIONS OF MORE THAN ONE VARIABLE


Functions of more than one variable
Limits and continuity
Partial derivatives
Chain Rule
Higher-order derivatives

UNIT III. APPLICATIONS OF PARTIAL DERIVATIVES


Differentiability and Total Differential
Definitions
Tangent planes and normals to surfaces
Extrema of functions of two variables
Lagrange multipliers

UNIT IV. MULTIPLE INTEGRATION


Double integrals (in rectangular coordinates)
Double integrals in polar coordinates
Triple integrals (in rectangular coordinates)
Triple integrals in polar coordinates
Area and volume in rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates

REFERENCES
Leithold, Louis, The Calculus 7
Leithold, Louis, The Calculus with Analytic Geometry, 6th ed.