**Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics**

Subhrajit Bhattacharya

**Calculus II (Math 114-001, Spring 2016, UPenn)**
*Jan 02, 2016*

Functions of several variables, vector-valued functions, partial derivatives and applications, double and triple integrals, conic sections, polar coordinates, vectors and vector calculus. Applications to physical sciences.

### Hours and Location

**Lectures**: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30am - noon (1.5 hours each).

**Lecture Location:** DRL room A1.

**Recitations**: Mondays & Wednesdays, 8am-9am & 9am-10am (*please check your respective schedules for the exact hours and locations*).

### Important Dates

- Lectures start on Jan 14. Last lecture on Apr 26. (Total number of lectures: approx. 28)
- List of days without lectures: March 8, 10 (Spring Break).
- Drop Period ends: Feb 19. Last day to withdraw from a course: March 25.
Feb 11 (in-class exam)*First mid-term:*TBA*Second mid-term:*Thursday May 5, 12:00-2:00pm (See https://www.math.upenn.edu/ugrad/calc/m114/ for details.)*Final exam:*

### Instructor

*Subhrajit Bhattacharya*

E-mail: subhrabh@math.upenn.edu

Web-site: http://www.math.upenn.edu/~subhrabh

Office location: DRL 3C7

Office hours: Fridays 1-3pm (or by appointment)

### Teaching Assistant

* Phil Pham*

E-mail: *See canvas page*

Office location: *See canvas page*

Office hours: *See canvas page*

*Jason Liu*

E-mail: *See canvas page*

Office location: *See canvas page*

Office hours: *See canvas page*

### Textbooks

- Thomas' Calculus: Early Transcendentals. (Custom Edition for the University of Pennsylvania), Pearson 2012. ISBN : 978-1-256-82329-2.
*[Note that this is a customized version specifically made for Penn. The Penn Bookstore should have copies. Homeworks will be assigned from the book, and a few homeworks will be assigned at the MyMathLab online system, the subscription for which comes with the book. So it's strongly recommended that you purchase the book.]*

### Attendance, Homeworks, Quizzes and Exams

and participation in class is expected. You are expected to attend every lecture and recitation. In case you miss a lecture, you will need to figure out what was covered in that class either by talking to your fellow students, or by stopping by my office hours. It is your responsibility that you do these to catch up with the class.*Attendance*- There will be weekly set of recommended homework problems assigned from the textbook, which you do not need to turn in.
- There will be a few
assigned through the MyMathLab system, which you'll need to submit online.*online homeworks* - There will be
at the recitations.*weekly quizzes* - There will be
: two mid-terms and one final. The first mid-term will tentatively take place around mid-February, and the second mid-term around mid-March.*three exams* - If you miss a weekly quiz due to medical or other emergencies, and need to take a makeup quiz, you'll need to send an official
(CAR) from the university*course absence report*, reporting your absence on the day of the missed quiz. For taking makeup exam, in addition to sending an official*in advance**course absence report*, you'll also need to have an email sent to me by yourconfirming your valid/serious reason of absence on the day of exam. No other form of letter/certificate will be accepted. CAR sent more than a week from the day of missed quiz/exam cannot be accepted and no makeup quiz/exam will be allowed in that case.*academic advisor*

### Grading Scheme

Weekly quizzes and online homeworks: 15%

Midterm 1: 25%

Midterm 2: 25%

Finals: 35%

### Course Outline (Subject to Change)

See the Mathematics Department's Calculus Homepages for Math 114.

### Additional Resources

- Canvas: https://canvas.upenn.edu/.
- Department resources on Math 114: https://www.math.upenn.edu/ugrad/calc/m114/
- University's list of important dates: http://www.upenn.edu/almanac/3yearcal.html.
- Course Timetable: http://www.upenn.edu/registrar/timetable/math.html.
- Room Roster: http://www.upenn.edu/registrar/roster/math.html.