MATH2010B  Advanced Calculus I  2020/21
Announcement
 Welcome to MATH2010B. There is no turorial on week 1.
 Syllabus [Download file]
 Guideline on entering answers on WeBWorK [Download file]
 Midterm will be conducted online as a "takehome exam" with 24hour limit. It will be posted on Gradescope at 6pm on Oct 29, 2020 and the deadline for submission is 6pm on Oct 30, 2020. It is expected that the paper can be finished within 1.5 hours. As such, the 24hour limit should allow enough flexibility. You can access gradescope from the Course Content on the Blackboard page of "MATH2010AB". The midterm exam will cover materials up to differentiability (Lecture 113). It is an opennote exam. However, discussions with anyone are strictly prohibited.
General Information
Lecturer

Zhongtao WU
 Office: LSB 216
 Tel: 39438578
 Email:
Teaching Assistant

Dan WANG
 Office: AB1 505
 Email:
Course Description
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.
Lecture Notes
 Lecture 2 (Sept. 9)
 Lecture 3 (Sept. 14)
 Lecture 4 (Sept. 16)
 Lecture 5 (Sept. 21) Part 1
 Lecture 5 (Sept. 21) Part 2
 Lecture 6 (Sept 23)
 Lecture 7 (Sept 28)
 Lecture 8 (Sept 30)
 Lecture 9 (Oct 5)
 Lecture 10 (Oct 7)
 Lecture 11 (Oct 12)
 Lecture 12 (Oct 14)
 Lecture 13 (Oct 19)
 Lecture 14 (Oct 21)
 Lecture 15 (Oct 28)
 Lecture 16 (Nov 2)
 Lecture 17 (Nov 4)
 Lecture 18 (Nov 9)
 Lecture 19 (Nov 11)
 Lecture 20 (Nov 16)
 Lecture 21 (Nov 18)
 Lecture 22 (Nov 23)
 Lecture 23 (Nov 25)
Tutorial Notes
 Tutorial Notes 1
 Tutorial Notes 2
 Tutorial Notes 3
 Tutorial Notes 4
 Tutorial Notes 5
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 Tutorial Notes 10
 Tutorial Notes 12
Assignments
 WebWork 1, due Sep 28.
 WebWork 2, due Oct 5.
 Homework 1, due Oct 12.
 WebWork3, due Oct 19.
 Homework 2, due Oct 26.
 WebWork4, due Nov. 16
 Homework 3, due Nov. 23
 WebWork 5, due Nov. 30
Solutions
Assessment Scheme
Homework and WebWork (Online exercises)  10%  
Midterm Exam (Oct 2930)  40%  
Final Exam  50% 
Useful Links
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Assessment Policy Last updated: November 26, 2020 11:47:04