SHORT CALCULUS MATH 16C
MATH 16C Section 2 Spring 2008
Course Information
Lectures:
MWF 11:00am  11:50am held in Geidt Hall, room 1001.
Instructor:
Dr. Peter N. Malkin
Email:
m a l k i [email protected]
Website:
http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~malkin/
Phone:
(530) 7549368
Room:
3141 MSB
Office Hours
: Mondays 12:00 to 12:50pm, Wednesdays 10:00am to 10:50am, and
Fridays 12:00pm to 12:50pm. If you cannot make it at these times, then please make an
appointment with me via email for another time (I prefer Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday mornings).
I am here to help. Please don't hesitate to come and see me if you have
a question or problem.
Text
:
Calculus: An Applied Approach
(Seventh Edition) by Larson and Edwards. The
course will cover the following sections of the textbook: C.1C.4, 7.17.6, 7.8, 7.9, and
10.110.6.
Course Outline:
The course will cover the following topics: differential equations
(sections C.1C.4), functions of several variables (sections 7.17.6, 7.8, 7.9), and
sequences, series and Taylor polynomials (section 10.110.6). See
below
for a more
detailed breakdown of the course.
This course moves along at a rapid pace.
There is a lot
of new material to cover. The prerequisites for this course are 16B, 17B, or 21B. Math
16C relies heavily on material from Math 16A and Math 16B. It is your responsibility to
review and relearn any concepts from Math 16A and Math 16B as necessary for this
course. To help with your revision, see
below
for some revision material.
Syllabi
:
Course Syllabus
and
Department Syllabus
.
You are expected to work hard and to try as many exercises as possible. This is the
only way to learn mathematics!!
It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer.
 Albert Einstein, in Struggle
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Announcements
I will communicate the course announcements to you in lectures and by email to your
ucdavis.edu email address, so please check your email regularly. I will also post course
announcements below.
1.
The final exam is on Thursday June 12th from 10:30am to 12:30am in room 1001
Geidt Hall, or if you have chosen to take it early, it is on Friday June 6th from
10:30 to 12:30am in room 1309 SURGE III.
2.
Homework Assignment 7
is due Wednesday April 4th at the start of class.
3.
The second midterm exam is on Friday May 30th from 11:00am to 11:50am in
room 1001 Geidt Hall.
4.
Homework Assignment 6
is due Wednesday May 21st at the start of class.
5.
Homework Assignment 5
is due Wednesday May 14th at the start of class.
6.
Homework Assignment 4
is due Wednesday May 7th at the start of class.
7.
The first midterm exam is on Wednesday April 30th at 11:00am until 11:50am in
room 1001 Geidt Hall.
8.
Homework Assignment 3
is due Friday April 25th at the start of class.
9.
Homework Assignment 2
is due Wednesday April 16th at the start of class.
10.
Homework Assignment 1
is due Wednesday April 9th at the start of class.
Lecture Notes
Here are the
lecture notes
for the entire course. These notes are subject to change
depending on what is actually covered in lectures. These notes include any lectures notes
posted previously for individual lectures.
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