MATH2010D - Advanced Calculus I - 2014/15
- Tentative course schedule [Download file]
- There is no totorial for the first week.
- Homework is due in the box on the second floor of LSB on THURSDAY at midnight
- There is a mistake about the rotation matrix in today's (1.27) tutorial,it would be fixed in the tutorial notes so please notice the update.Sorry for the inconvenience.
- Test 1 is scheduled on Feb 12 at lecture time, covering material from Lecture Note 1-3.
- NO lecture on Feb 17, 19, 24; NO tutorial session during Feb 15-28; HW 5 is due on Feb 26. Happy Holiday!
- The notation in the "remark on mixed partial derivative" may different from the usual one we use,like:the "f_yx" stands for first 'x' then 'y'
- Test 2 is scheduled on April 2 at lecture time, covering material from Lecture Note 3-5.
- NO tutorial session on April 2, 7; HW 10 is due on April 16.
- The FINAL is scheduled on April 28, 18:30-20:30 at Sir Run Run Shaw Hall (Auditorium).
- Office: LSB 235
- Tel: 3943 8578
Chi Yeung, LAM
- Office: LSB 222B
Shun Wai, CHUNG
- Office: LSB 232
- Office Hours: Friday ( whole day )
- Office: LSB 222C
Time and Venue
- Lecture: Tu 10:30AM - 12:15PM, Lady Shaw Bldg LT2; Th 1:30PM - 2:15PM, Y.C. Liang Hall 104
- Tutorial: Tu 12:30PM - 1:15PM, Lady Shaw Bldg LT2; Tu 6:30PM - 7:15PM, Lady Shaw Bldg LT5; Th 2:30PM - 3:15PM, Y.C. Liang Hall 104
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' Calculus (12th Edition), by Thomas, Weir, and Hass, of Pearson
- Differential Multivariable Calculus, by Thomas Au, of McGraw Hill (ISBN 9781259074219)
- Tutorial notes-1
- Tutorial notes-2
- Tutorial notes-3
- Tutorial notes-4
- Tutorial notes-5
- Tutorial notes-6
- Remark on mixed partial derivative
- Tutorial notes-7
- Remark on 2nd derivative test
- Tutorial notes-8
- Tutorial notes-9
- Tutorial notes-10
- Tutorial notes-11(last tutorial)
Quizzes and Exams
- HW1 suggested solutions
- HW2 suggested solutions
- HW3 suggested solutions
- HW4 suggested solutions
- Test 1 suggested solutions
- HW5 suggested solutions
- HW6 suggested solutions
- HW7 suggested solutions
- HW8 suggested solutions
- Test 2 suggested solutions
- HW9 suggested solutions
- HW10 suggested solutions
Honesty in Academic Work
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and thereby help avoid any practice that would not be acceptable.
Last updated: April 25, 2015 12:22:27