Math 2573H Homepage
Fall 2017, University of Minnesota,
Twin Cities Campus
(URL of this page)
- Prof. Greg W. Anderson
maintains this web page.
Last update: Monday, September 18, 2017
The course is the first semester of a two-semester-long
honors sophomore calculus course. This semester we focus
on vectors and multivariable calculus. In particular, we
cover the famous three theorems of Green, Gauss and Stokes.
TA web pages
Contact information for the instructor
- Prof. Greg W. Anderson (name)
- School of Mathematics,
University of Minnesota, Mpls., MN 55455, U.S.A.
- Vincent Hall 460 (office)
- (612)625-9524 (phone)
- firstname.lastname@example.org (email)
- Office hours: MW2:30-4:30
- It is possible some adjustment might be necessary to accommodate student schedules.
- Midterm I: Friday, October 6, 2017 (10:10-11:00, same time as class,
but location to be announced--it might not be the regular classroom)
- Midterm II: Friday, November 3, 2017 (10:10-11:00, loc. TBA)
- Midterm III: Friday, December 1, 2017 (10:10-11:00, loc. TBA)
- Final exam: Friday, December 15, 2017 (noon-3pm, loc. TBA, not the regular classroom)
- Stay tuned for exam locations.
- Text: Vector Calculus, Fourth Edition, by Susan Jane Colley
- First day handout.
This document spells out the rules and regulations for the course.
Read it carefully!
Takeaway problems and other class-related postings
- Get acquainted with vectors
by exploring the icosahedron. (Posted Sept. 6, 2017.)
- Summary of the methane bond angle
calculation made in class, which is a nice application of dot products. (Posted Sept. 8, 2017)
- Notes from class on great circle distance. (Posted Sept. 15, 2017.)
- Actually I didn't get to cover this in class
except for a few remarks.
- The examples in this note are enough to help you
do the home-made homework.
The fine print
- We will do our best to keep the web page for Math 2573H current.
But this web page is not intended to be a substitute for attendance.
Students are held responsible for all announcements and all course
content delivered in class and in recitation.