INSTRUCTOR:
Dr. Angelo B. Mingarelli,
Herzberg Physics Office #4250
Tel/Fax: (613) 520 3534
Electronic mail: angelo@math.carleton.ca
Photograph: Just in case you don't want to
come to class...
Office Hours: Wednesdays,
1:30  3:30 p.m.
TEXTBOOK(S): Compulsory: Edwards and Penny's Multivariable Calculus (packaged with Fourier Series).
Optional: In case you forgot your Methods of Integration, or
Inverse functions, either one of my...
Integral Calculus, by A.B. Mingarelli, available in the Bookstore,
around Oct. 5, 1998
The ABC's of Calculus by A.B. Mingarelli; Module on Inverse
Functions, 80 pp., from the Instructor;cost $12.00 net, may come in handy,
or Differential Calculus, by A.B. Mingarelli, available in the Bookstore
($25.95 + GST).
TOPICS COVERED:
(From the Fourier Series) Sections 9.1,2,3;
From the Textbook: 10.1, 2, 3, 4, 5; 12.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8;
13 (all); 14 (all); 15.1,2,3
PREREQUISITES:
The prerequisites for this course are:
69.105 or 207, and 69.114 or 117.
Students who have not passed the prerequisite courses may be automatically
deregistered during the term. Those that have done poorly in the prerequisites
are strongly urged to take 69.105 before attempting 69.204. Do get advice
from the instructor or from the Mathematics Undergraduate Advisor Ken Small,
in 4380 Herzberg Building.
EVALUATION
Your grade will be calculated either as:
(i) Term Mark 40%;
(ii) Final Examination 60%
OR,
(iii) Final Examination 100%, whichever is better.
In any event, your final course grade is the larger of the two numbers:
A and B where A=(i)+(ii) and B=(iii).
The term mark (40%) will be derived from:
SUPPLEMENTAL EXAMINATION
No Supplemental examinations
CALCULATORS
You may use a nonprogrammable calculator for the examinations
and tests in this course, although it is not necessary.
The Sharp 531L is available at the Bookstore for $19.95 + Tax.
WITHDRAWAL
The last date for withdrawal from the course is Nov. 6. If you decide
to leave the course before the end of term, it is much better, in terms
of your academic career, to formally withdraw from the course than to simply
ignore it and get an F.
CLASSES BEGIN:
Thursday, September 10, 1998
Mondays, 2000 Minto Building, 3:30 p.m.
Wednesdays, 2000 Minto Building, 2:30 p.m.
Thursdays, 2000 Minto Building, 4:30 p.m.
All tutorials are held on Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. and will begin on Sept. 18th (hopefully) in various locations depending on your section and the first letter of your family name (surname, cognome(n)):
Where do I go? This depends on your section letter and/or on the first letter of your family name; see the preceding paragraph for details about which room you'll go to. Tutorial exercises are to be divided into individual groups of 5 students who will, as a unit, hand in a common Exercise Set for the 2% mark. Each student in the group then receives the same mark on the given tutorial.
Do I HAVE to go? Well, if you want to have some term work to count on your behalf, then, YES, do go. If all you want to do is write the final exam, then that's OK, too; see the EVALUATION item above.
Who is my T.A.? Look above under Tutorials or go the required class and ask him/her.
STATUTORY HOLIDAY: September 7 and October 12 ...University closed. NO UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES on October 9 as this is University Day;
WINTER BREAK: Feb. 2226, 1999
CLASSES END: Monday, December 7, 1998
Please note that the mathematics TUTORIAL CENTRE,
in Herzberg Physics Building, Room 4385, will be opening around Monday,
Sept. 28.
Hours for the Centre:
Monday to Thursday: 10 am to 4pm
Evening hours to be announced.
Tutors advertise frequently on the Notice Boards
around the Centre.
WEEK  DATES  TESTS  SECTIONS  TOPICS 
1  Sept. 711  None  9.1,2,3  Fourier Series 
2  Sep. 1418  None  10.234  Polar Coordinates and Plane Curves 
3  Sep. 2125  None  1212345  Vectors: Dot Product, Cross Product and Triple Product; Lines and Planes; Curves and Surfaces 
4  Sep. 28  Oct. 2  TEST 1, Oct. 1
Tutorial room 
128, 131 to 4  Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates; Limits; Partial Derivatives 
5  Oct. 5 9  None  13567  Max. and Min.; Differentials, The Chain Rules; 
6  Oct. 1216  None  138910  Gradients; Directional Derivatives; Lagrange Multipliers; Second Derivative Test; 
7  Oct. 1923  TEST 2, Oct. 22
Tutorial Room 
1412  Iterated Integrals; Double Integrals over Rectangles; Double Integrals over General Regions 
8  Oct. 2630  None  143456  Using Polar Coordinates; Applications to Area and Volume; Centroids and Moments of Inertia; Triple Integrals 
9  Nov. 26  TEST 3, Nov. 5
Tutorial Room 
1467  Triple Integrals and Iterated Integrals; Use of Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates 
10  Nov. 913  None  1489  Surface Area, Change of Variables 
11  Nov.1620  TEST 4, Nov. 19
Tutorial Room 
15123  Vector Fields; div. grad. curl; Determining Conservative Fields and Finding Potential Functions, Line integrals 
12  Nov.2327  None  Catchup and/or Review  
13  Nov.30 Dec.4  None  Review 
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