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21-256 Multivariate Analysis and Approximation Fall 2017 - (9 units) Instructor: Dr. Timothy Flaherty O¢ ce: Wean Hall 8216 e-mail: [email protected] Course Webpage: Texts: James Stewart, Calculus: Early Transcendentals , 8 th Edition; Introduction to Mathematical Programming , by Russ Walker, 4th edition; Supplemental Notes may be provided by the instructor and posted on Canvas. Pre-requisites: You are also expected to be able to apply the fundamental concepts covered in 21-120 (or equivalent). Speci°cally, you are expected to understand the concepts of di/erentiation and integration, how to compute derivatives and integrals, and how these concepts are applied. Lectures: Tardiness and absence from class is strongly discouraged. Students may ask questions and participate in class. You are responsible for all of the material and announcements presented during lecture. A lesson schedule plan which will include section(s) to be covered and homework assigned on each lecture date is posted on the course web page. This schedule may be modi°ed at any time, but we will try to follow it closely. You are encouraged to read the text material

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