MATH2028  Honours Advanced Calculus II  2022/23
Announcement
 The Final Exam will cover everything, i.e. Lecture Notes L119 and Problem Sets 111 (except partition of unity L8).
 Problem Set 11 is posted and due on Dec 7 (Wed).
 Problem Set 10 is posted and due on Nov 30 (Wed).
 Problem Set 9 is posted and due on Nov 23 (Wed).
 Problem Set 8 is posted and due on Nov 16 (Wed).
 The statistics for midterm is as follow: mean=61.8, median=63, standard deviation=9.0. A suggested solution has been uploaded to Blackboard.
 Problem Set 7 is posted and due on Nov 9 (Wed).
 Problem Set 6 is posted and due on Nov 2 (Wed).
 Topics to be covered in the midterm: L2L9 (except L8), Problem Set 15.
 Problem Set 5 is posted and due on Oct 21 (Fri).
 The revised midterm date is Oct 24 (Mon), 10:30AM12:15PM inclass at CKB UG04.
 Problem Set 4 is posted and due on Oct 14 (Fri).
 Problem Set 3 is posted and due on Oct 5 (Wed).
 Problem Set 2 is posted and due on Sep 28 (Wed).
The midterm date has been fixed as Oct 25, 2022 (Tuesday), 4:306:15PM, venue to be announced. Problem Set 1 is posted and due on Sep 21 (Wed) via Blackboard.
The midterm is tentatively scheduled to take place inclass from 4:306:15PM on Oct 25, 2022. If you have any serious time conflict with this time, please let me know latest by Sep 16 (Friday). There is no class on Sep 5 (Mon) due to the university inauguration ceremony for undergraduates. The first lecture will be on Sep 6 (Tue). Since there are no Monday lectures in the first two weeks, we will instead have double lectures on the Tuesdays of Sep 6 and Sep 13 from 4:30  6:15PM instead.
 If you are not yet official registered on CUSIS, please send me an email to let me know so that I can keep you updated about the course via emails.
General Information
Lecturer

LI Manchun Martin
 Office: LSB 236
 Tel: 39431851
 Email:
 Office Hours: By appointment
Teaching Assistant

LO Chiu Hong
 Office: LSB 228
 Tel: 39437955
 Email:
 Office Hours: every Monday to Thursday 3:30  4:30PM
Time and Venue
 Lecture: Mon 10:30AM12:15PM, CKB UG04; Tue 4:30PM5:15PM, SC L3
 Tutorial: Tue 5:30PM6:15PM, SC L3
Course Description
This is a continuation of MATH2018. The following topics will be discussed: multiple integrals in ndimensions: areas and nvolumes, surface areas, volumes of submanifolds and hypersurfaces in nspace, change of variables; vector analysis: line integrals, surface integrals, integration on submanifolds, Green theorem, divergence theorem and Stokes theorem in ndimensions.
References
 "Calculus on Manifolds" by M. Spivak, 5th edition, CRC press
 "Analysis on Manifolds" by J. Munkres, 1st edition, CRC press
 "Functions of Several Variables" by W. Fleming, 2nd edition, Springer
 "Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Forms: A Unified Approach", J. Hubbard and B. B. Hubbard, 5th edition, Matrix Editions
 "Multivariable Mathematics: Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, and Manifolds" by T. Shifrin, 1st edition, Wiley
Preclass Notes
Lecture Notes
 L1  Introduction and Overview
 L2  Multiple Integrals
 L3  Integrability Criteria
 L4  Integration on Bounded Sets
 L5  Iterated Integrals and Fubini's Theorem
 L6  Applications of Fubini's Theorem
 L7  Polar, Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates
 L8  Partition of Unity (optional)
 L9  Change of Variables Theorem
 L10  Proof of Change of Variables Theorem
 L11  Line integrals
 L12  Conservative Vector Fields
 L13  Green's Theorem
 L14  Surface Integrals in R^3
 L15  Curl and Divergence
 L16  Stokes and Divergence Theorem in R^3
 L17  Differential Forms
 L18  Integration on submanifolds of R^n
 L19  Generalized Stokes Theorem
Assignments
 Problem Set 1 (due on Sep 21)
 Problem Set 2 (due on Sep 28)
 Problem Set 3 (due on Oct 5)
 Problem Set 4 (due on Oct 14)
 Problem Set 5 (due on Oct 21)
 Problem Set 6 (due on Nov 2)
 Problem Set 7 (due on Nov 9)
 Problem Set 8 (due on Nov 16)
 Problem Set 9 (due on Nov 23)
 Problem Set 10 (due on Nov 30)
 Problem Set 11 (due on Dec 7)
Assessment Scheme
Homework Assignments  10%  
Midterm (  40%  
Final Exam (centralized, please refer to RES webpage)  50% 
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http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/policy/academichonesty/and thereby help avoid any practice that would not be acceptable.
Assessment Policy Last updated: November 20, 2022 23:40:45