## Mathematics 207## Calculus III |

- demonstrate the ability to analyze and solve mathematical exercises in multivariable calculus with a style and precision appropriate to the second-year level of university;
- appreciate the enormous influence and contributions of multivariable calculus to the development of the natural and social sciences over the last 200 years;
- demonstrate a modest familiarity with the applications of a computer algebra system to solving problems and displaying results in the multivariable calculus.

- Chapter 12: Functions of Several Variables
- Chapter 13: A Fundamental Tool: Vectors
- Chapter 14: Differentiating Functions of Several Variables
- Chapter 15: Optimization: Local and Global Extrema
- Chapter 16: Integrating Functions of Several Variables
- Chapter 17: Parameterization and Vector Fields
- Chapter 18: Line Integrals
- Chapter 19: Flux Integrals
- Chapter 20: Calculus of Vector Fields

- Math 207 MTTh Sprng 2012 (pdf)

- MIT OpenCourseWare hosts streaming video lectures supporting Denis Auroux's MIT course 18.02 Multivariable Calculus, Fall 2007. Denis Auroux's video lectures can also be downloaded for free from Apple's iTunes U site. Launch iTunes on your computer and navigate to iTunes Store:iTunes U:MIT:Mathematics:MIT 18.02 - Video. There are 35 lecture videos for this semester-long course. Each one runs for about 45 to 50 minutes and can be viewed at your convenience on your computer or iPod. Lecture notes, readings, problem sets, and sample exams to accompany this course are also available on the MIT site.
- Course materials by Jenny Baglivo of Boston College supporting MT202 Multivariable Calculus include attractive course notes covering much of the material in our own course.

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Homework is due on Thursdays.

- 4 tests @ 20 pts = 80 pts
- homework, classwork 20 pts
- final examination 30 pts