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Syllabus - Math 211 Multivariable Calculus1InstructorNameWarren ShullOfficeMSC N402Email[email protected] (expect a response within 24 hours)Office HoursTBD (I will be making a Doodle poll)2Catalog InformationSemesterSpring 2020NumberMath 211NameMultivariable CalculusTopicsVectors; multivariable functions; partial derivatives; multiple integrals;vector and scalar fields; Green’s and Stokes’ theorems; divergence theorem.3MaterialsTextbookMultivariable Calculus, James Stewart 8th edition 978-1-305-26664-3Course PageWe have a Canvas page oncanvas.emory.eduLecture SlidesI post lecture slides on the Canvas pageI will also post them on my website atwshull/TechnologyStudents will need to bring a device to some class meetings that can rungeogebra in a web browser. You can check out Geogebra atStudents will also need to bring a mobile device with texting capabilities.CalculatorsCalculators and other electronic technology will not be used for in-classquizzes or exams.4GradingEach student’s weighted average is calculated as followsMidterm exam dates are tentative and subject to changeAll quizzes and exams in the usual classroom unless otherwise announced
Homework and in class activities16%Quizzes4%First Exam: Wednesday, February 26 in class25%Second Exam: Wednesday, April 8 in class25%Final Exam: Friday, May 1 3:00p.m.30%Late or make-up quizzes and homeworks will not be accepted, except in the case ofextended illness or absence from the University. However, only the top two quiz scoreswill be counted (out of at least three), and only the top eight homework or in-classactivity scores will be counted (out of at least ten). If you must miss a test due to anextended illness, emergency, University-sanctioned off-campus commitment, or othercompelling reason, you must contact a dean in the Office of Undergraduate Educationand ask them for a letter excusing your absence. Travel plans, oversleeping, etc. arenot adequate excuses. An unexcused absence on a test day will result in a score of 0.

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