Math 3:  Calculus
Winter 2002
8:45 - 9:50 
(X-Hour: Th 9:00 - 9:50) 
101 Bradley
Jeffrey Strom
Office: 411 Bradley Hall 
Phone: 646 - 2960 
or BlitzMail 
1:45 - 2:50 
(X-Hour:  Th 1:00 - 1:50) 
101 Bradley
Geoffrey Kiralis
Office: 312 Bradley Hall 
Phone: 646 - 2411 
or BlitzMail 

Tutorial Schedule this week.
Tuesday, March 5    7:00 -- 9:00
Sunday, March 10    7:00 -- 9:00
In Bradley Hall Room 103

Homework Assignment

Final Exam on Monday, March 11, 1:30 - 3:30

Review session, Sunday, March 10 from 7:00 - 9:00 pm
(in the usual Tutorial room)

Exam 2 Solutions
Office Hours

Monday       11:30 -- 12:30
Wednesday   11:30 -- 12:30
Thursday      1:00 -- 2:00  (Note Change)


Monday        3:00 -- 4:00
Wednesday  11:30 -- 12:30
Friday         12:30 -- 1:30

(Fourth Edition)
by James Stewart


There will be 2 midterm exams and a cumulative final 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.
Midterm Exam 1 Monday, January 28, 6:30 -- 8:00
Murdough Cook Auditorium
Chapters 1, 2 and 3
Midterm Exam 2 Monday, February 18, 6:30 -- 8:00
Murdough Cook Auditorium
Chapter 4 and part of Chapter 5

The Registrar's Office schedules the final exam, which will occur during the period March 9 -- 13. If you must make travel plans before the schedule for final exams appears, do not make plans to leave Hanover before March 13.  Exams will not be given early to accommodate travel plans.

Homework Policy

Homework should be dropped off and picked up in the boxes just outside the front of Bradley 101, our classroom.

There will be homework assignments assigned each class day, and due before the following class.  Late homework will not be accepted.  If you have a valid reason for turning in homework late (such as illness or a family emergency) please talk to us.

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 solutions on your own
and in your own words.


The midterms will count for 25% each, the final will count for 30%, and the homework will count for 20% of your final grade.

The Honor Principle

Every student who matriculates at Dartmouth agrees to abide by the academic honor principle.  You have an obligation to act with integrity in your own academic work, and to take action if you observe honor code violations by others.  Academic integrity is essential to the scholarly enterprise and we take it seriously.

In Math 3, you are encouraged to work together on homework problems, and to use professors, other students, other textbooks, and generally any resource you can find that will help you understand and work the problems. You must write up the homework solutions by yourself in your own words. In brief, collaborate but don't copy.

You must do all work on exams independently, without giving or receiving assistance of any kind.

Special Concerns

Please talk to us as soon as possible, or whenever something comes up, about any special concerns you have about the class.  If you have a disability and may require disability-related accommodations, talk to us as soon as possible; this includes invisible disabilities like chronic diseases, learning disabilities, and psychiatric disabilities.  If you have athletic or other extracurricular commitments and hope to accommodate them (for example, by taking midterms at alternative times), talk to us.  If you are ill and fall behind on work, talk to us.  If you are in any way concerned about the course or your performance in it, talk to us. If you can't do the homework, go to the tutorials, or talk to us. Make an appointment, either after class, by phone or via blitzmail, if you can't make regular office hours.