Differential and Integral Calculus II
M408D, Spring 2008
Instructor: Dr. Hun Kwon
Office: RML 13.164
Office Hours:TBA
Telephone: (512) 4716410 (Office)
Email:
[email protected]
URL:
http://www.math.utexas.edu/users/hkwon/
m408D1spring08/main.html
Teaching Assistants: Jacob GlennLevin (Contact info./office hours TBA)
Meetings and Classrooms
•
Lecture: TTH 9:30 ~ 10:45am, RLM 4.102
•
Discussion Sessions
o
58085 : MW 10:00 ~ 10:50am, RLM 5.114
o
58090 : MW 12:00 ~ 12:50pm, RLM 6.118
o
58095 : MW
3:00 ~
3:50pm, RLM 5.118
Course Description
:
M408C, M408D is our standard firstyear calculus sequence. It is
directed at students in the natural and social sciences and at engineering students. The emphasis
in this course is on
problem solving
, not on the presentation of theoretical considerations. While
the course necessarily includes some discussion of theoretical notions, it s primary objective is
not the production of theoremprovers. M408D contains a treatment of infinite series, and an
introduction to vectors and vector calculus in 2space and 3space, including parametric
equations, partial derivatives, gradients and multiple integrals. M408C and M408D classes meet
three hours per week for lectures and two hours per week for problem sessions. Compared with
(regular) threesemester calculus series, it is expected for the students to
be aware of tightness
of the schedule
.
Prerequisite and Degree Relevance
:
A grade of C or better in M408C or the equivalent.
(Note: The pace of M408C and M408D is brisk. For this reason, transfer students with one
semester of calculus at another institution are requested to consult with the Undergraduate
Adviser for Mathematics to determine whether M408D or an alternative, M308L, is the
appropriate second course.) 408D may not be counted by students with credit for Mathematics
403L, 308M. M408C and M408D (or the equivalent sequence M308K, M308L, M308M) are
required for mathematics majors, and mathematics majors are required to make grades of C or
better in these courses. Certain sections of this course are reserved as advanced placement or
honors sections; they are restricted to students who have scored well on the advanced placement
AP/BC exam, or are honors students, or who have the approval of the Mathematics Advisor.
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 Calculus, Derivative, Multivariable Calculus, Multiple integral, discussion sessions, RLM

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