Math 12

Calculus Plus

General Information

**Textbook:
**“Multivariable Calculus” 6-th
edition (second book) by J. Stewart, available at Wheelock Books

**Scheduled Lectures and
Instructors:**

Classes: MWF 10-11:05 AM (x-hour) Th 12-12:50 PM |
Classes: MWF 1:45-2:50 (x-hour) Th 1-1:50 |

Class location: 028 Haldeman Center |
Class location: 006 Kemeny Hall |

Tentative Office hours: Monday 3:30-5 PM, Tuesday 3:30-5 PM, Friday
3:30-5 PM and by appointment |
Tentative Office hours: Monday 11:15 AM-12:30 PM, Tuesday 11:15 AM-12:30 PM, Wednesday 3-4 PM and by appointment |

Office: 304 Kemeny
Hall Phone number 646 2421, blitz (preferred) |
Office: 308 Kemeny
Hall Phone number 646 9837 blitz (preferred) |

**Course Grade **will be based upon the scores on the
scores for Homework, Midterm Exams, and the Final Exam as follows:

WeBWork |
10% |

Written homework |
10% |

Two Midterm Exams |
25% each (50% total) |

Final Exam |
30 % |

**Exams: **There will be two "midterm
examinations" held in the late afternoon and an in-class final examination.
A significant number of exam problems will be related to proof writing. So make
sure that you understand all the proofs covered in class and that you know how
to solve all the written homework exercises. **Do not make plans to leave **The exams are scheduled as follows:

1 |
4-6 PM on Tuesday October 20 in Silsby 28 |

2 |
4-6PM
PM on Monday November 9 in Carpenter 013 |

Final Exam |
11:30-2:30 PM on Monday December 7 in Kemeny 007 |

**Written Homework and WeBWorK homework: **will be assigned after each lecture. The Written homework can be
found here;
the WeBWorK homework can be found by logging into the
WeBWorK here.

All homework will generally be **due **on Friday following the week when it was assigned. Written homework will be due at the class time
and WeBWorK will be due by 8 AM.) If for some reason
there will be no class on Friday, the homework deadline for that week will be
announced separately.

**Late
homework will not be accepted** in the absence of divine intervention or matters of similar
weight. **Unexcused late and missing
papers count zero.**

**Tutorials
**for the class are 6-8 PM
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays in Kemeny 007.
They will be run by the Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Natalie Komarov.
**Please note that the students in the
previous years found these tutorials to be very helpful!**

**Honors
Principle: **

· **On
Exams: ****No help given or received.**** **

· **On
Homework: Collaboration **on
homework is allowed and encouraged but **no
copying! **Note that the figures, and hence the answers, in the WeBWorK
homework assignments are likely to be distinct for all the students in the
class

· **In
general: ****when in doubt ask before doing. **

**Disabilities**: Students
with learning, physical, or psychiatric disabilities enrolled in this course
that may need disability-related classroom accommodations are encouraged to
make an office appointment to see your instructor before the end of the second
week of the term. All discussions will remain confidential, although the
Student Accessibility Services office may be consulted to discuss appropriate
implementation of any accommodation requested. At such a meeting please provide
your instructor with a copy of a disability registration form, which lists the
accommodations recommended for the student by Student Disability Services
within the Academic Skills Center http://www.dartmouth.edu/~acskills/
The person you might want to contact at the Academic Skills center is Ward Newmeyer, Interim Director of Student Accessibility
Services 301 Collis Center - (603) 646-9900.

** **Some students may wish to take part in religious
observances that fall during this academic term. Should you have a
religious observance that conflicts with your participation in the course,
please come speak with your instructor before the end of the second week of the
term to discuss appropriate accommodations.