Advanced Calculus for the Physical Sciences

Day | Time | Place |
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TR | 11:00am-12:15 | Van Hise 594 |

** Prereq: ** Math 234, which requires Math 222, which requires Math 221,
which requires etc.

** Office hours: ** TR 12:15-1:15 in Van Hise 594 and 819 Van Vleck, F 10:00-11:00 or by appointment.
Also, if you are registered in the class you can send e-mail to
** math321-1-f06@lists.wisc.edu ** about technical questions.
Everyone in the class will receive a copy and this is often helpful to
other students, just like it is usually helpful to many others
when someone asks questions in class. Please ** answer ** the questions
if you can.

** Organization ** There will be 2 in-class exams, a couple of quizzes and
a FINAL. Since the discussions are optional, we will need to find a suitable time for quizzes. New in Fall 2006: we have a TA (Joy Wang) and (optional) discussion sections! There is no homework due, we don't treat you like kids anymore. We assume that you can decide how to best make use of your time. If you do not try to understand the notes and work on problems on a weekly basis, you'll dig a hole for yourself. The best approach is to follow the notes and attached exercises lecture by lecture.

** Textbook** NONE! See notes posted on top page . You are expected to study the notes. Exams will ask `theory' questions that will require you to have read and understood the notes.

** Exam 1 ** Tue Oct 10 , 11:00-12:15 in Van Hise 594
Grade distribution

** Exam 2 ** Tue Nov 21 (tentative), 11:00-12:15 in Van Hise 594 Grade distribution

** Final Exam ** Dec 18, 2:45pm in SOCIAL SCIENCE 6203 Grade distribution