Problem of the Week
Hilton Memorial Lecture
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The official course page is at the following link:
Its contents are our syllabus.
Your instructor is Chris Eppolito (hey, that's me!). Email me at eppolito-at-math-dot-binghamton-dot-edu for anything regarding this class. Be sure to include your name and section number in the email.
Section 5: MWF 14:50 - 16:20 in LH 3
Section 6: MWF 16:40 - 18:10 in CW 323
Our help room for this class is WH 233. Please see the schedule for my hours. I can also meet by appointment (email me to set up an appointment).
You can visit any Calculus III instructor in the help room, and I encourage you to do so! Different folks think differently; maybe someone else thinks more like you, and you can get help from them too.
Multivariable Calculus (8e) by Stewart
The textbook (as an e-book) comes with a subscription to WebAssign, so just get that…
See the official grading distribution.
Reasoning in three dimensions. Calculus of functions in several variables. We will cover most of chapters 12 - 16 in the textbook, together with some small excursions as I see fit.
This class uses WebAssign for online homework assignments. You are expected to check WebAssign daily, and to know when assignments are due. I will NOT notify you of assignment due dates (all due dates are already posted).
Email me if you need the key to our class in WebAssign.
I sometimes assign written homework to collect in class.
Here are some practice problems (updated 16 November 2019) I like. Check back for updates…
Quizzes will be given frequently throughout the course. Quizzes are intended to check that you understand basic concepts from previous classes and from assigned reading.
I typically grade quiz questions on a 5-point scale. The following is a ROUGH guide to interpreting each score.
Here are some useful technological tools for this class, together with some descriptions.
This section is a record of what I have covered and plan to cover in my sections. See also the official schedule.
No Classes (Labor Day: Don't wear white after today?)
No Class (Find-a-T(of)urkey Day: Safe travels!)
No Class (Recover-from-Turkey Day: Heat up those leftovers…)
Classes Cancelled by the University for SNOW reason
No Class (Reading Day: Read your favorite calculus textbook/notebook!)