MA 42500 001 (CRN 23366) MWF 10:30-11:20 am in UNIV 003 MA 52500 001 (CRN 18062) MWF 10:30-11:20 am in UNIV 003

Professor Steve Bell

OFFICE: Math 750

OFFICE PHONE: (765)-494-1497

OFFICE HOURS: T,Th 2:00-3:30 pm or by appointment

E-MAIL: bell (you_know_what) purdue DOT (you_know_where)

URL:
http://www.math.purdue.edu/~bell

**Grader: Forrest Glebe**

OFFICE: Math 605

E-MAIL: fglebe (you_know_what) purdue DOT (you_know_where)

TEXTBOOK: **Fundamentals of Complex Analysis with
Applications to Engineering and Science**,
Saff and Snider, *3rd Edition*.

The AFTERMATH -- scribbled over notes from Bell's tablet PC at the end of lecture.

covering Lessons 1-15.

Study material for Exam 1

- Practice problems for Exam 1
- An old Exam 1
- Exam 1 solutions

- HWK 1: Lessons 1,2,3 due Wednesday, August 28
- HWK 2: Lessons 4,5,6 due Wednesday, September 4
- HWK 3: Lessons 7,8 due Wednesday, September 11
- HWK 4: Lessons 9,10,11 due Wednesday, September 18
- HWK 5: Lessons 12,13,14 due Wednesday, September 25
- HWK 6: Lessons 15,16,19 due Friday, October 11
- HWK 7: Lessons 20,21 due Wednesday, October 16
- HWK 8: Lessons 22,23,24 due Wednesday, October 23

A LaTeX tutorial for Piazza to be viewed in Adobe Reader in full screen mode a page at a time.

A demonstration that the remainder term for the two variable first order Taylor Series does what I said it does.

Here is a MAPLE tutorial to help you get started with MAPLE.

Homework will be collected roughly once a week.

Only 4 problems will be graded by the grader per week.

Each problem will be worth five points and so each

homework assignment will be graded on a scale of 0

to 20.

There will be two in-class midterm exams and one final exam.

No notes, books, or calculators will be allowed during exams.

Each hour exam will be worth 100 points, the homework

grade will be scaled to 100 points, and the final will

be worth 200 points, making a total of 500 points for the

whole course.

Purdue University strives to make learning experiences

accessible to all participants. If you anticipate or

experience physical or academic barriers based on disability,

you are encouraged to contact the Disability Resource

Center at: drc@purdue.edu or by phone: 765-494-1247.

In this mathematics course, accommodations are managed

between the instructor, student, and the DRC Testing Center.

Students should see Prof. Bell outside class hours to

share their Accommodation Memorandum for the current

semester and to discuss accommodations as early as possible.

See
www.math.purdue.edu/ada for more information about
how

accommodations are handled in the math department.