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Mathematics 32 Instructor: Professor R. Alperin: Office: Duncan 239; Telephone: 924-

Summary: Mathematics 32
Fall 2011
Instructor: Professor R. Alperin: Office: Duncan 239; Telephone: 924-
5066; Office hours: MW: 10:30-11:30; MW: 5:30-6:15 or by appt.
Textbook: MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS by Stewart, 6e
Course and Objectives: Calculus of Several Variables:
To learn 2- and 3- dimensional vector algebra and analytic geometry. To
understand and apply the basic ideas of multivariable calculus: functions,
limits, continuity, differentiation, and integration. To master the concepts
and techniques of multivariable calculus and to use these methods in solving
applied problems.
Prerequisite: Math 31 with grade of C- or better.
Grade: Final grade based on 350 point total on tests and quizzes: 100
quizzes, 100 midterm, 150 final. Daily homework assignments (see below),
odd numbered exercises only. Weekly pop quizzes. Missed quiz counts as 0
except with valid medical excuse. No makeup quizzes.
Daily Homework Assignments:
Chapter : Parametric Equations: 3 Lectures --
1: 1-37; 2: 1-33; 3: 1-47
Chapter : Vectors: 6 Lectures--


Source: Alperin, Roger C. - Department of Mathematics, San Jose State University


Collections: Mathematics