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Mathematics 362 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists Professor Tim Callahan Time: TΘ 4:40–5:55 in PSA 308. Books: Vector Calculus, by P. C. Matthews. A reader will be available later, and will be used for the rest of the course. You should read the relevant section of the book before I go over the subject in lecture. When you do, take notes of everything you do not understand, and be prepared to ask me about it in lecture. Grading: The assignments will consist of two or three midterms, home- work and a final exam. Homework: Homework will be assigned roughly every week, and due at the beginning of class the week later. I encourage you to study together for the homework, but you must turn in your own assignment. Office: PSA 844 Phone: 965-6475 E-mail: [email protected] Website: http://math.la.asu.edu/˜timcall/m362 Tentative Office Hours: Tuesday 1:00-2:00 Wednesday 10:00-11:00 Thursday 2:00-3:00 These are only the scheduled office hours, and you should feel free to make appointments for any other time that is convenient for you. Even without an appointment you can knock on my office door, as I am usually available.
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Mathematics 362 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists Professor Tim Callahan Time: TΘ 4:40–5:55 in PSA 308. Books: Vector Calculus, by P. C. Matthews. A reader will be available later, and will be used for the rest of the course. You should read the relevant section of the book before I go over the subject in lecture. When you do, take notes of everything you do not understand, and be prepared to ask me about it in lecture. Grading: The assignments will consist of two or three midterms, home- work and a final exam. Homework: Homework will be assigned roughly every week, and due at the beginning of class the week later. I encourage you to study together for the homework, but you must turn in your own assignment. Office: PSA 844 Phone: 965-6475 E-mail: [email protected] Website: http://math.la.asu.edu/˜timcall/m362 Tentative Office Hours: Tuesday 1:00-2:00 Wednesday 10:00-11:00 Thursday 2:00-3:00 These are only the scheduled office hours, and you should feel free to make appointments for any other time that is convenient for you. Even without an appointment you can knock on my office door, as I am usually available.
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Mathematics 362 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists Professor Tim Callahan Time: TΘ 4:40–5:55 in PSA 308. Books: Vector Calculus, by P. C. Matthews. A reader will be available later, and will be used for the rest of the course. You should read the relevant section of the book before I go over the subject in lecture. When you do, take notes of everything you do not understand, and be prepared to ask me about it in lecture. Grading: The assignments will consist of two or three midterms, home- work and a final exam.
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