S311 | 18860 | Chris Connell

Daily 9:05-9:55am The text for the course will be Flanigan, Kazdan, et. al.;”Calculus two: linear and nonlinear functions” second edition. This course begins by studying the geometry of n-dimensional space. We then extend the notions of derivative and integral from one- variable calculus to functions of several variables. Perhaps the most important aspect of the course will be the applications and reinterpretations that we develop along the way. The course will be graded based on homework assignments, two midterms, and a final exam. The prerequisites for the course are a working knowledge of one-variable calculus, and a good deal of self-motivation and mathematical curiosity.