Calculus, Early Transcendentals, by James Stewart, 6th edition.
|Ovidiu Calin |Professor | Eastern Michigan University|
I. Course Description
This is the last course of the Calculus sequence. Students are required to have taken Calculus I, II, and to have some knowledge of Linear Algebra.
James Stewart: Multivariable CALCULS, Early Transcendentals, 6 th ed.
MATHEMATICA software helps with the visualization of 3-dimensional surfaces.
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You are welcome to the office hours to discuss the projects with the instructor.
Students are encouraged to attend every single class. In the case of missing a class, it is the student responsibility to ask for the homework and take the notes from a friend.
The quizzes are
administrated weekly. Homework will be assigned on a daily basis.
A 90 - 100%