## Course Goals

In this course we will extend our theory of calculus to cover functions of multiple variables. We will understand these functions algebraically and geometrically, and learn how to use the tools of differential and integral calculus to further understand them.

Topics will include: 3D graphing, planes, partial derivatives, vectors, directional derivatives, gradients, the chain rule, optimization and Lagrange multipliers, integration, parametrization, vector fields, line and surface integrals, and Green’s, Stokes’s, and the Divergence theorem.

The course syllabus is available here.

## Course Notes

- Notation Index
- Section 1: Multivariable Functions
- Section 2: Vectors
- Section 3: Derivatives
- Section 4: Optimization
- Section 5: Integrals
- Section 6: Parametrization
- Section 7: Line Integrals

## Homework

- Homework 1, due on Wednesday, January 31.
- Homework 2, due on Wednesday, February 7.
- Homework 3, due on Wednesday February 14
- Practice homework 3.5 for test on Wednesday February 21
- Homework 4, due on Wednesday February 28
- Homework 5, due on Wednesday March 7
- Practice homework 5.5 for test on Wednesday March 21
- Homework 6, due on Wednesday March 28
- Homework 7, due on Wednesday April 4
- Practice homework 7.5 for test on Wednesday April 11
- Homework 8, due on Wednesday April 18

## Tests

Tentative midterm dates are February 21, March 21, and April 11.

The final exam is at 1:00 PM on Friday, May 11, in the usual classroom.

Graphing calculators will **not** be allowed on tests.

Scientific, non-programmable calculators will be allowed. I will

have some to share, but not enough for everyone.

## Mathematica

You can download Mathematica by following this link. You will be asked to create an account. After you have created an account and logged in, return to that link to download Mathematica for your computer.

## Textbook

The official textbook for this course is *Calculus: **Multivariable*, 6th edition, by William McCallum *et al*. The ISBN is 978-0470888674.