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MA35 • Honors Multi-variable Calculus • Fall 2003

Catalog Description:
A third-semester calculus course for students of greater aptitude and motivation. Topics include vector analysis, multiple integration, partial differentiation, line integrals, Green's theorem, Stokes' theorem, the divergence theorem, and additional material selected by the instructor. Prerequisite: Advanced placement or written permission.

S01 Exam Group: 17
Instructor(s): T. Banchoff
T.,Th. 10:30-11:50 AM (I Hour)
Location not yet assigned

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The image above is a graph in two variables of the cubic equation f(x,y)=x^3-y^2*x, also called the Monkey Saddle. View a 3-D, interactive Java demo of this graph. This demo is representative of the software used in the course's computer labs.

View previous years' reviews at the Critical Review:
Fall 2002 with Prof. Rosen
Fall 1999 with Prof. Silverman
Both reviews are fairly accurate descriptions of the expectations for MA35 during the fall 2004. Students should expect to spend 7-8 hours on this course per week.