Math 233 Calculus III

Spring 2018 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00AM -
08:50AM, Old Main, Room ADV LAB

INSTRUCTOR: | Dr. Platte |
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TEXT: | Calculus Early Transcendentals Combined 10th Edition by Howard Anton, Irl Bivens, Stephen Davis |

(Hard Cover:ISBN 978-0-470-64769-1 or Binder: ISBN 978-1-118-12927-2) publisher Wiley or from Amazon 1168 pages version! | |

OFFICE: | 307 Old Main, also check the Old Main computer labs |

OFFICE HRS: | MWF 9:00-11:00, Tues. Thurs 11:00-12:15 307 Old Main or Main computer labs. Also by appointment. |

E-MAIL: | dplatte@mercyhurst.edu |

Web Sites: | http://math.mercyhurst.edu/~platte/calcIII |

- Graph polar equations and find area using polar coordinates.
- Graph and differentiate parametric equations and find arc length.
- Compute dot products and cross products in 3-space and interpret the results.
- Graph quadric surfaces.
- Convert equations between rectangular, spherical and cylindrical coordinates.
- Compute and apply: limits, partial derivatives, directional derivatives, the gradient and equation of tangent planes for functions of two variables.
- Apply the chain rule to functions of n-variables.
- Find maxima and minima of functions of two variables.
- Set up and evaluate double, triple, suface and line intergrals.
- Apply Green's and Stokes theorem.

Do your OWN work. Do not loan homework to a fellow student. It is OK for students to help each other and to share ideas and knowledge. Students who copy homework will receive an F for the assignment.

Percent | 100-90 | 89-85 | 84-80 | 79-75 | 74-70 | 69-65 | 64-60 | Below 60 |

Grade | A | B+ | B | C+ | C | D+ | D | F |

- Attend class prepared, be ready to hand in homework and be ready to work.
- If you miss a class you are responsible for the material covered. I will not re-teach the material during office hours or another class.
- You may use a calculator, unless I explicitly say you can not.
- If appropriate, a laptop, mobile device or computer may be used for note taking or for use of an e-book, however I may ask you to move to a less disruptive location. Other uses of such devices is prohibited.
- No laptop, mobile device or personal computer may be used during exams.

- Attending class late or leaving class and returning. If you leave do not return!
- Cell phone usage / texting / usage of a recreational electronic device / internet usage.Turn them off!
- Usage of laptop or mobile device for non-classroom activity.
- Reading outside material (Merciad, magazines, etc.)
- Sleeping or disruptive behavior
- General disrespect to students or faculty