Home Page of MA271, Fall 2017

Several Variable Calculus

Announcements:
Additional office hours for Nov. 1 (Wed.) 2:00-3:30pm
Review for Final (Note: our exam format is different) Practice for Final
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Review for exam2 (Note: our exam format is different) Practice for exam2
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Instructor: Dr. Min Chen

Office: MATH 418
Mailbox location: MATH 419
Office Hours: Fridays 2:00--3:00pm
or by appointment;
Phone: 41964
E-mail: chen@math.purdue.edu

Recitation Instructor: David Daniels

Office: MATH B15
Mailbox location: MATH 835
Office Hours: Wednesdays 12:25-1:25 or by appointment;

E-mail: danield@math.purdue.edu

Course Web Pages:

Recitation

There is a recitation class each Wednesday, see your schedule. For questions regarding recitation classes contact your recitation class instructor.

Homeworks:

Homeworks will be collected every Monday and Wednesday at beginning of the class. Some of the homeworks will be graded. Late homeworks will not be accepted. Attendance and doing homework assignments are very important for your success in this class.

Quizzes and Tests:

Quizzes are held on Wednesdays in recitation classes. There are two in class midterm exams and a comprehensive final exam. Calculators, books and notes are not allowed during the quizzes and exams.

Important Dates Test 1 Sep. 28
Test 2 Nov. 2
Final Exam Dec. 14 3:30-5:30pm at ME1061

Grading Policy:

Your course grade will be determined as follows: 10% from homeworks, 20% from quizzes, 20% from each mid-term exam and 30% from the final exam.

Make-up Policy:

There will be no make-up exams and make-up quizzes except in extreme circumstances (such as: death in immediate family, military obligation, etc.) at the discretion of the instructor. The instructor has to be informed IN ADVANCE by e-mail. You will be asked to provide proper documentation.

Attendance:

Class attendance is expected and we will "spot check" attendance throughout the semester. I may deduct up to 3% of your grade if you miss more than three of those random checks.

If you have questions, please contact Min Chen.