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Math 223 - 4 Syllabus 08-21-09

Math 223 - 4 Syllabus 08-21-09 - COURSE SYLLABUS FALL 2009...

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Page 1 COURSE SYLLABUS FALL 2009 MATH 223–4 | Vector Calculus M/T/W/R | 09:00AM-09:50AM | PAS 312 INSTRUCTOR: Rolf Binder OFFICE HOURS Mon: 12:00-01:00 OFFICE: College of Optical Sciences * Tue: ROOM: 632 Wed: 03:00-04:00 PHONE: (520) 621-2892 Thu: 10:15-11:15 EMAIL : [email protected] Fri: CLASS HOMEPAGE : http://www.optics.arizona.edu/math223/binder CALCULUS HOMEPAGE : http://math.arizona.edu/~calc *MAP : http://www.optics.arizona.edu/Maps/Default.htm COURSE MATERIALS: Text - Multivariable Calculus, 5th Edition by McCallum, et al. Published by Wiley. WebAssign – see Page 3 for further details Graphing calculator COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Attendance: Attendance and class participation are mandatory. You are responsible for any information given in class, posted on the class homepage, or sent by email from your instructor. Notify the instructor in advance if you must miss class, arrive late to class, or leave early from class. Cell phones must be switched off. You are expected to behave in accordance with the UA Student Code of Conduct at http://deanofstudents.arizona.edu/policiesandcodes . Homework: (100 points) Homework will be submitted in two formats throughout the semester. A computer grading program, WebAssign, will be used for problems assigned from the text. In addition, hand-written homework showing all work with proper notation will also be submitted. A final homework score based on 100 possible points will be assigned (75 points from the computer graded assignments and 25 points from the hand-written assignments). The actual number of points may deviate from 100 and will be normalized at the end of the semester. Most of the assignments will only be posted on the Class Homepage, and no paper copies of the assignments will be handed out. Please check the Class Homepage
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