Math 212 |summer 2010
You are in for an intense, but hopefully fun three weeks!  General information about the course can be found in the green section to the left and below you will find the schedule and details about grades. The main section below will be used for announcements which I will update regularly.
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to email me!
Carolyn Otto
Herman Brown 39
email: co1 at rice dot edu
Course Information
Class meets: May 18th - June 4th
MTWRF 1:00-4:05 pm
Herman Brown 453
Office Hours: T 9-11
WRF 10-12
or by appointment
Vector Calculus, 5th edition, by Marsden and Tromba
We will follow the book pretty closely, so it is important to have a copy.  Our goal will to be to cover most of chapters 1-8.
Course OVerview
We shall study how notions from single variable calculus apply to functions of more than one variable.
Such notions include limits, continuity, derivatives and integration.
Our goal is to cover theorems by Green, Stokes, and Gauss and how they are applied.
I do not have a strict attendance policy, but it is very important for you to attend class!  The course is only 13 days and hence is very dense. Missing one day is like missing an entire week in a regular semester and will cause you to fall behind in the course.
I will try to keep the course webpage updated, but you are responsible for any announcements made in class.
Any student with a documented disability needing academic adjustments or accommodations is requested to speak with me during the first two weeks of class. All discussions will remain confidential. Students with disabilities should also contact Disability Support Services in the Ley Student Center.
There will be a small amount of homework assigned everyday.  This will vary from problems out of the book, handouts, or in-class assignments (such as presenting problems on the board, group work, etc...).  
There will be two midterm exams and one final.
Grades will be assigned on the standard scale and may be subject to adjustment at the end of the semester.  Grades are determined by the following:
Homework: 30%
Each Midterm Exam: 20%
Final: 30%
You can find a tentative schedule at tentschedule.pdf and the homework at here.
5/17- I have put the tentative schedule up.  If you do have to miss class, please refer to the schedule to see what material you have missed.  You will be responsible for making it up!  See all of you in class tomorrow!