## Overview

In this course we hope to study the beautiful, deep and totally awesome subject of multivariable calculus. For a detailed view of the topics to be discussed, see the syllabus link above.

## Instructors

Alfonso Castro
Olin B163

Office hours: TBA

Dagan Karp
Office hours: Monday 4:00-5:00 PM in 1267 Olin,

Thursday 4:00-5:00 PM in 3rd Floor Sprague, and by appointment.

## Tutors

We encourage you to consult the wonderful tutors for this course, who
work in conjunction with the

Academic
Excellence program. They hold office hours specifically for this
course, and are located in the Linde Activities Center.

## Textbook

The official text for this course is

*Vector Calculus*, by Susan Colley.

## Grading

There will be one midterm, one final exam and weekly homework. Each may count
for one third of your grade.

## Homework

Written homework will be due in class each Friday, and is
posted on the link above. No late
homework will be accepted. Each student's lowest homework score will
be dropped. Please consult the HMC mathematics homework format

guidelines for
helpful tips on homework submission and formatting.

## Attendance and Reading

Class attendance is mandatory as is reading of pertinent textbook sections. They are meant to supplement each other and are needed for proper completion of homework and exams.

## Exams

The midterm and final exam will be take home. They will be due April 6 and May 12 respectively.

## LaTeX

Students interested in using

LaTeX for
homework typesetting may find Eric Malm's newly created

Problem Set Class useful.

## Disabilities

Students who need disability-related accommodations
are encouraged to discuss this with the instructor as soon as possible.

## Honor Code

Though cooperation on homework assignments is encouraged,
students are expected to write up their own solutions individually. That is,
no copying. Comprehension is the goal, so even with cooperation, you should
understand solutions well enough to write them up yourself. It is appropriate
to acknowledge the assistance of others; if you work with others on a homework
question, please write their names in the margin. Tests are to be done individually. You are encouraged to discuss your paper with other students. The
HMC Honor Code applies in all matters of conduct concerning this course.