SYLLABUS
MAT 272, Calculus III
Spring 04*

           *Important Note: All items on this syllabus are subject to change.
                Any in-class announcement, verbal or written, is considered official addendum to this syllabus. 
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General
Suggested Homework Problems
Important Info (tests, homeworks and computer labs)

General

Class:          Mat 272, Calculus III
Time:          12:40 - 1:30, MTWF
Location:     ED 222, ECA 221/225
Line #:          01672

Instructor:    Sergei Suslov
Office:          PSA 629
Phone:          965-8987
Office Hours:  MWF 10:40-11:30 pm or by appointment
Email:          sks@asu.edu
Webpage:      http://hahn.la.asu.edu/~suslov/index.html

Textbook: Multivariable Calculus, Fourse Edition , by James Stewart
Prerequisite: MAT 271, Calculus II or the equivalent


Grades, test solutions, computer labs, etc.

Grading: The semester grade will be computed from the final exam (200 pts), class tests (3x100=300 pts), qizzes, homework and computer labs (150 pts). Three 100 point tests  will be given in class. You are encouraged to work together on your homework assignments, however each individual should prepare the final version.
No late homework will be accepted.
Grading Scale: A (90% and above)
                          B (80%-89.99%)
                          C (70%-79.99%)
                          D (60%-69.99%)

Mastery Quiz: This consists of problems testing basic skills in algebra, differentiation and integration.
Makeup Tests: Will be given at the discretion of the instructor and only in the case of verified medical or other emergency. The instructor must be notified before the exam is given. Call the instructor's office (965-8987) or the Mathematics Department Office (965-3951) and leave a message. Computer Software: The primary computer resource will be the computer algebra system Maple. This software is installed at all of the computing sites on campus. It may sometimes be purchased in the computer store at the Computing Commons or at http://www.maplesoft.com/studentorder.html .

Final Exam Policy: The final exam schedule listed in the schedule of classes will be strictly followed. It is the policy of the Department of Mathematics that makeup exams will only be given for the following reasons:
(1) Religious conflict (e.g., the student celebrates the Sabbath on Saturday);
(2) The student has more than three exams scheduled on the day that includes the math final;
(3) There is a time conflict between a student's math final and another final exam;
(4) There is a last-minute personal or medical emergency.
The department reserves the right to request written documentation to substantiate any claim of  hardship. In case (4), the student generally is given a mark of Incomplete provided that he or  she has a passing grade going into the final exam and is able to take the final examination during the following semester. Makeup exams will NOT be given for reasons of non-refundable airline tickets, vacation plans, work schedules, weddings, family reunions, and other such activities. Students should consult the final exam schedule before making plans for the end of the semester.

Grade of Incomplete: A grade of incomplete, I, will be given only in the event that a documented emergency or illness prevents a student who is otherwise doing acceptable work from completing a small percentage of the course requirements.


Suggested Homework Problems

If you have the bigger book than your chapter numbers are one less than below. Make sure that you reload this page frequently because the deadlines and the assignments may change!!!   All the problems listed below are required homework and any of them should be a fair question on the test or a quiz. You only need turn in the ones with * on it!  Each homework will contain one homework (designated by **) that you will have to work out in details. On the left side of the paper you will show your mathematical steps and on the other side you will have to give written explanations of the important steps. This problem should be worked out on a separate page and attached to your homework as the last page.

13.1:    Three-Dimensional Coordinate System
            4,7,9*,10af,12*,14,16*,21(a),25,29,30*,32,33
13.2:    Vectors
            5,8,11,13,16,18,20*,24,26*,27,29*,31*,41*
13.3:    Dot Product
            1*,2,4,6,8,10,14,15,18*,20,25,27*,29,35*,40*,43,52,56*
13.4:    Cross Product
            1,2,6*,7,9*,11,12*,14,15,18,23,26**,29,36
13.5:    Equations of Lines and Planes
            1*,2,12*,17*,22,28,30**,36,49*,54,61*
13.6:    Cylinders and Quadratic Surfaces
            1,3*,7,18*,19,20,(21-28)*,32,34*,36
13.7     Cylindrical and Sperical Coordinates
             3,4*,10,13*,14,20*,31-36*,40*,41,58*
14.1:    Vector Functions and Space Curves
           4,(7-12)*,13,14*,15,16,20,29*,30
14.2:    Derivatives and Integrals of Vector Functions
             4*,12,14,20*,24*,32**,35,40*
14.3    1,2*,3,11(a),13(a),34*
14.4    4,10*,14,16*,20,28,30*

15.1        1*,6,10*,13,16*,23,24,25,30*,31*,32,35,41*,(51-56)*
15.2        1,2,5,6*,8**,10,12*,14*,17,27
15.3        3*,6*,12,14*,16,19,24*,34,40*,46*,52,58,63*,66(b),75
15.4        2*,5,14*,28,31,32*
15.5        1,4*,10*,12,13*,19,22*,28,31,36**,37
15.6        5*,8*,10,18,19*,22*,24,30,36*,37,40*,50
15.7        1,2*,4*,6*,10*,14,31,32*,37*,47
15.8        4*,5,8*,10,16*,18*
16.1        1(d),6,9*,12*
16.2        3,5,8*,14,18,19*,26,28*,34
16.3        4*,9,14,16*,20,24**,25,36*,39,42*
16.4        1-6,8*,10*,18**,19,20*,28
16.7        5*,6,8,11*,14,16*,20,27,30*
16.8        2,5,6*,8,13*,18,20*,24*,33
16.9        2*,6,8,10*,13*,21*
17.1        4,11-18,28,29-32
17.2        2,3,9,12*,15*,17,18*,20*,24,37
17.3        2,4*,7,12,13,14*,16,18**
17.4        2*,4,7*,8*,9,11*,12*,14**,17*,21
17.5        2*,4,8*,9-11,12*,16*,17,19
17.6        2,4*,11-16,17,20*,24*,30,33*,36*,37,40*
17.7        6,10*,13,17*,18*,20**,21,23,28*,39*
17.8        1,2*,3,7*,10*,13,18
17.9        1*,2*,3,8*,9,14**,15*,22
 


Important Info (tests, homeworks and computer labs)

TESTS
Test 1: Wednesday, February  18
Review:  Tuesday, February 17
Sections  13.1-13.7 and 14.1-14.4 are on the test.
This test does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.
Homework #2 will be collected right after the test.
Homework problems to review:
13.1 ##12,16,30
13.2 ##20,26
13.3 ##18,27,56
13.4 ##6,26,29
13.5 ##12,17,30,49
13.6 ##6,18
13.7 ##4,58
14.1 #14
14.2 ##4,20,24,32,40
14.3 #2
14.4 ##10,16
Test 2: Wednesday, March 31
Review:  Tuesday, March 30
Sections  15.1-15.8 and 16.1-16.2 are on the test.
This test does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.
Homework #5 will be collected right after the test.
Homework problems to review:
15.1 #   16*
15.2 ## 5,6*,8**
15.3 ## 12,14*,16, 24*,34,40*,46*,52,58,
15.4 ##  2*,5,14*
15.5 ##  1,4*,10*,12,13*,19,22*,28,31
15.6 ##  8*,10,18,19*,22*
15.7 ##  6*,10*,14,31,32*,37*
15.8 ##  4*,5,8*,10,16*
16.1 ##   12*
16.2 ##   3,5,8*,14,18,19*,26
Test 3: Monday, May 3
Review:  Friday, April 30
Sections  16.3-16.4, 16.7-16.9 and 17.1-17.9 are on the test.
This test does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.
Homework #7 will be collected right after the test.
Homework problems to review:
16.3 ## 4,16,36
16.4 ## 8,10,20
16.7 ## 5, 16
16.8 ## 13,20
16.9 # 13
17.2 ##  12,15
17.3 ##  4,7,14
17.4 ##  2,8,12
17.5 ## 2,8,16
17.6 #  20
17.7 ## 10,17
17.8 ## 2,10
17.9 ## 8,14

Final Exam: Saturday, May 8, 7:40 - 9:30, ECG G237
Reviews for the Final:  Tuesday, May 4, regular class; Wednesday, May 5,  PSA 306, 9:30-10:30 am (optional).
This test does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.

Final Exam Review on the Web:

QUIZES
Quiz 1: Monday, February 2
Sections  13.1-13.4 are on the quiz.
This quiz does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.
Homework #1 will be collected right after the quiz.
Quiz 2: Wednesday, March 10
Sections  15.1-15.6 are on the quiz. This includes partial derivatives and their applications, chain rule, directional derivative and gradient.
This quiz does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.
Quiz 3: Wednesday, March 24
Sections  15.6-15.7 are on the quiz. This includes directional derivative, gradient and extrema.
This quiz does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.
Quiz 4: Wednesday, April 14
Sections  16.3-16.4, 16.7are on the quiz. This includes evaluation of double and triple integrals; Fubini's theorem.
This quiz does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.
Quiz 5: Monday, April 26 (take home quiz)
Sections  17.1-17.9 are on the quiz. This includes evaluation of  the line integrals and independence of the path; Green's theorem; surface integrals; Stokes' and Gauss theorems.
This quiz does not require a calculator, but you may use one if you wish.

HOMEWORKS
HW#1, sects 13.1-13.4 due to Monday, February 2
HW#2, sects 13.5-13.7 and 14.1-14.4 due to Wednesday, February 18
HW#3, sects 15.1-15.4 due to Monday, March 1
HW#4, sects 15.5-15.7 due to Wednesday, March 24
HW#5, sects 15.8, 16.1-16.2 due to Wednesday, March 31
HW#6, sects 16.3-16.4, 16.7 due to Wednesday, April 14
HW#7, sects 17.1-17.9 due to Monday, May 3

COMPUTER LABS

We shall use MAPLE 9, a commercial computer algebra system. MAPLE can be accessed from both Macs and PCs at any of the campus computing sites and at the ECA Computer Lab or purchased in the bookstore. To download the worksheet click on the link, then click on file and save as. If it is not already there, add the extension .mws to the file name and click on save. Make sure you check in which directory you saved the file so that you will be able to find it. In the computer lab ECA221 save the file in the directory ud/student.

Labs 1-2: Wednesday, Jan. 28, ECA 221, 225  Comp1.doclab1.mwsComp2.doclab2.mws
Labs 3:  Wednesday, Feb. 4, ECA 221  lab3.mws
Labs 4:  Wednesday, Feb. 25, ECA 221 lab4.mws
Labs 5:  Wednesday, Mar. 3, ECA 221 lab5.mws