MATH2010A - Advanced Calculus I - 2014/15
- Welcome to the course web. Note: Please check it regularly for the updated information.
- Tutorials will start from the 2nd week. No tutorials in this week.
- Quiz 1 will hold in class on Sept 18. The covers are up to the updated lectures.
- Reminder: In our lecture, a normal vector of a plane may not be a unit vector
- The due date for Homework 03 has been changed to October 6.
- Quiz Two will hold in class on Oct 9. The covers are Lecture Note 04 to Lecture Note 07 below.
- As announced in class, the Mid-term Test has changed to Oct 30 (Thursday, 9th week). The time and place are 5:30pm-6:15pm and in the lecture room (LT3 LSB), and the covers are ALL contents from Lecture 01 to Lecture 09; see below.
- The place for Mid-term Test has been changed to SC L1 (Science Centre, Lecture Theatre 1) in order to make sure to have at least one empty seat next to each of you. The time is still 5:30pm-6:15pm on Oct 30 (Thur.). Please come for the test about five minutes earlier.
- Quiz THREE will hold in class on Nov. 13. The covers are Lecture Note 10 to Lecture Note 12 below.
- No need to hand in Homework 11 below! Suggested solutions to this homework will be provided by the end of Nov 27.
- Office: LSB 206
- Tel: 3943 7977
- Office: LSB 222B
- Tel: 3943 7963
- Office: LSB 222A
- Tel: 3943 3575
- Office: LSB 222C
- Tel: 3943 8570
Time and Venue
- Lecture: Tu 2:30PM - 4:15PM, LSB LT3; Th 5:30PM - 6:15PM, LSB LT3
- Tutorial: Tu 1:30PM - 2:15PM, LSB LT3; Tu 6:30PM - 7:15PM, LSB LT4; Th 1:30PM - 2:15PM, LSB LT3
Functions of several variables, partial differentiation, differential and its geometric meaning, chain rule, maxima and minima, Lagrange multiplier, mean value theorem, Taylor series, and implicit function theorem.
- Thomas's Calculus, by Thomas, Weir, and Hass, of Pearson.
- Differential Multivariable Calculus, by Thomas Au, of McGraw Hill (ISBN 9781259074219)
- Edwards & Penney. Calculus: Early Transcendentals. Prentice Hall.
- Wrede & Spiegel. Advanced Calculus. Second edition. Schaum's Outlines. McGraw Hill.
- G. F. Simmons. Calculus with Analytical Geometry. McGraw-Hill.
- W. Rudin. Principle of Mathematical Analysis. McGraw-Hill. (More advanced)
- Couse Plan
- Lecture Note 01
- Class Question
- Lecture Note 02
- Lecture Note 03
- Table for quadric surfaces in space
- Lecture Note 04
- More details to quadric surface in space
- Lecture Note 05
- Review for analytical geometry in space
- Lecture Note 06
- Lecture Note 07
- Lecture Note 08
- Lecture Note 09
- Review for Lectures 06-09
- Lecture Note 10
- Lecture Note 11
- Lecture Note 12
- Lecture Note 13
- Lecture Note 14
- Tutorial Note 01
- Tutorial Note 02
- Tutorial Note 03
- Tutorial Note 04
- Tutorial Note 05
- Tutorial Note 06
- Tutorial Note 07
- Tutorial Note 08
- Tutorial Note 09
- Tutorial Note 10
- Tutorial Note 11
- Homework 01 (ONLY selected in red; Due on 6:30pm, Sept 11)
- Homework 02 (ONLY selected in red; Due on 6:30pm, Sept 23)
- Homework 03 (ONLY selected in red; Due on 6:30pm, Oct 6)
- Homework 04 (ONLY selected in red; Due on 6:30pm, Oct 10)
- Homework 05 (ONLY selected in red; Due on 6:30pm, Oct 17)
- Homework 06 (ONLY selected in red; Due on 6:30pm, Oct 23)
- Homework 07 (Due on 6:30pm, Oct 31)
- Homework 08 (ONLY selected in red; Due on 6:30pm, Nov 6 (Thu.))
- Homework 09 (ONLY selected in red; Due on 6:30pm, Nov 14 (Fri.))
- Homework 10 (ONLY selected in red; Due on 6:30pm, Nov 21 (Fri.))
- Homework 11 (ONLY selected in red)
Quizzes and Exams
- Quiz 1
- Quiz 1 Suggested Solutions
- Quiz 2 Suggested Solutions
- Midterm Test (Suggested Solutions)
- Quiz 3 Suggested Solutions
- Homework 01 Suggested Solution
- Homework 02 Suggested Solution
- Homework 03 Suggested Solution
- Homework 04 Suggested Solution
- Homework 05 Suggested Solution
- Homework 06 Suggested Solution
- Homework 07 Suggested Solution
- Homework 08 Suggested Solution
- Homework 09 Suggested Solution
- Homework 10 Suggested Solution
- Homework 11 Suggested Solution
|Quizzes (3 times; 3rd wk, 6th wk, 11th wk)||15%|
|Midterm Test (9th wk; updated)||30%|
|Final Exam (TBA by the University)||50%|
Honesty in Academic Work
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and thereby help avoid any practice that would not be acceptable.
Last updated: December 10, 2014 23:41:06