Math 13

Calculus of Vector-Valued Functions

General Information

**Textbook:
**“Vector Calculus” 5-th
edition by Jerrold Marsden and Anthony Tromba
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: 108 Kemeny |
Class location: 105 Kemeny |

Tentative Office hours: Monday 5-6 PM,
Tuesday 3-4 PM and Thursday 1-2:30 PM |
Tentative Office hours: Monday 4-5 PM,
Tuesday 4-5 PM, Wednesday 4-5 PM |

Office: 304 Kemeny
Hall Phone number 646 2421, blitz (preferred) |
Office: 314 Kemeny
Hall Phone number 646 3507 blitz (preferred) |

**Course Grade **will be based upon the scores on the
scores for Written Homework, Homework done online via WeBWorK,
two Midterm Exams, and the Final Exam as follows:

WeBWork |
10% |

Written Homework |
10% |

Two Midterm Exams |
20% each (40% total) |

Final Exam |
40 % |

**Exams: **There will be two "midterm
examinations" and a final examination. **Do not make plans to leave **The exams are scheduled as follows:

1 |
Tuesday January 29, 6-8 PM in Carpenter 013 |

2 |
Tuesday February 19, 6-8 PM in Carpenter 013 |

Final Exam |
Tuesday March 11, 3-6 PM in Kemeny 008 |

**Both the written and the WeBWorK homework: **will be assigned after each lecture. The WeBWorK
homework can be found by logging into the WeBWorK here. The written
homework assignment can be found here

All WeBWorK homework will
generally be **due by 8 AM **on
Wednesday following the week when it was
assigned. The written homework will generally be **due at the regular class time on Wednesday**
following the week when it was assigned. **In
Vladimir Chernov’s Section **the homework should be
submitted directly to the professor during the class**, in Owen Dearricott’s section** the
written homework is to be submitted and retrieved from Assignment boxes outside
Kemeny 105.

**The
homework assigned on Monday March 3 and Wednesday March 5 will be due on Friday
March 7.**

**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 7-9 PM
on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday in Kemeny 006. They
will be run by the Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Dan Fontaine. **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 disabilities enrolled in this
course and who may need disability related classroom accommodation are
encouraged to make an appointment to see me before the end of the second week
of the term. All discussions will remain confidential, although the Student
Accessibility Service office may be consulted to discuss appropriate
implementation of the accommodation request. Also please contact the Student Accessibility Services located at

**Student
Religious Observances:**** **Some students may wish to take part in religious
observances that occur during this academic term. If you have a religious observance that
conflicts with your participation in the course, please meet with me before the
end of the second week of the term to discuss appropriate accommodations.