Math 14 - Fall 1999

Multivariable Calculus

(Last Modified November 19, 1999)

Textbook | Lectures | Instructor
Examinations | Homework Policy | Grades
The Honor Principle | Disabilities

Final Exam on Sunday, December 5

1:00-3:00 13 Bradley


Assignment 1 Due September 27 - October 1 Assignment 6 Due November 1-5
Assignment 2 Due October 4-8 Assignment 7 Due November 8-12
Assignment 3 Due October 11 and 13 Assignment 8 Due November 15-19
Assignment 4 Due October 18-22 Assignment 9 Due November 22-??
Assignment 5 Due October 25-29


Calculus 4th Edition, by Robert A. Adams


MWF, 11:15 - 12:30
(X-Hour: Tuesday 12:00 - 12:50)
104 Gerry


Jeffrey Strom
Office: 411 Bradley Hall
Phone: 646 - 2960
or BlitzMail (preferred)


There will be 2 midterm exams and a cumulative final exam. The exams will have two parts: an hour long in-class part and a take-home part. You may not consult with anyone but me on either part of an exam. You will not be able to use your book, notes or calculator on the exams unless it explicitly says so on the exam . Tentative dates for the midterm exams are as follows. There will be two Mid-term examinations and a final examination. The Mid-term exams are scheduled as follows:

Exam 1 Friday, October 15, 1999 In Class and Take-Home
Exam 2 Friday, November 12, 1998 In Class and Take-Home
Final Exam Sunday, December 5, 1999 In Class, 1:00-3:00

Do not make plans to leave Hanover before December 5. Exams will not be given early to accommodate travel plans. 

Homework Policy

There will be homework assignments due each day. You may (you are encouraged to) work together on the homework assignments. However, the work you turn in should be your own. This means that after whatever discussions you have about the problems, you should write up your own solutions in your own words. If you work with someone else from the class, please list their names at the top of your assignment.


The exams, homework, and final exam all count equally toward your grade.

Homework 100 points
Mid-Term Exams 200 points (100 points each)
Final Exam 100 points
Total 400 points

The Honor Principle

See above under Homework and Exams


I encourage students with disabilities (of any kind; including ``invisible'' disabilities like chronic diseases, learning disabilities, or psychiatric disabilities) to discuss with me after class or during my office hours appropriate accomodations that might be helpful.

Students with disabilities who will be taking this course and may need disability-related classroom accommodations are encouraged to make an appointment to see their instructor as soon as possible. Also, they should stop by the Academic Skills Center in Collis Center to register for support services.