# Math 2110Q – Multivariable Calculus (Fall 2018)

## Description:

Two- and three-dimensional vector algebra, calculus of functions of several variables, vector differential calculus, line and surface integrals.

## Prerequisites:

MATH 1132Q or a score of 4 or 5 on the Advanced Placement Calculus BC exam. Recommended preparation: a grade of C- or better in MATH1132Q. Not open for credit to students who have passed MATH 2130Q or 2143Q.

## Text:

The textbook for the course is Multivariable Calculus by James Stewart (8th Edition), which is bundled with a WebAssign code for doing online homework. This book consists of Chapters 10-17 of Calculus: Early Transcendentals (8th Edition), so if you already have that version from Math 1131 and/or 1132, then you are all set (specifically you will need Chapters 12-16).

## i>clicker Registration:

 Clickers will be used in the lectures and are required. You must register your i>clicker by visiting the link through the lecture section of your instructor in HuskyCT.

## WebAssign, Quizzes, and Worksheets:

 Homework WebAssign 10% Worksheets In Discussion 10% Quizzes In Discussion 15% Clicker Responses In Lecture 5% Exam 1: (Oct 3rd or 4th) In Discussion (50 min) 20% Exam 2: (Nov 7th or 8th) In Discussion (50 min) 20% Final Exam:  (Date and Time TBD) Common (2 hours) 20%

## How to Study for This Course:

1. Attend lecture and discussion class.
2. Read the explanations and examples in the textbook.
3. Do online homework and quizzes.
4. Watch supplementary videos on the material to see and work with more examples. These can be found on the Learning Activities tab.
5. Use technology as an interactive tool to learn and explore the properties of surfaces and vector fields. A few helpful links can be found on the Learning Activities tab.

## Calculator Policy:

Calculators are NOT allowed during quizzes or exams.  You are welcome to use calculators while working on worksheets or WebAssign assignments. Using a calculator on a quiz or exam will result in a warning or a penalty, which could include a score of zero on that quiz or exam and being reported to Community Standards for academic misconduct.

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