Math 20C (Calculus
and Analytic Geometry)  Winter 2005
Professor: CRISTIAN D.
POPESCU  Lectures: MWF 8:008:50am, in CENTR 119
Office Hours: Mo. & We.
11:00am  12:00noon, in AP&M 6256.
Office: AP&M
6256;
Phone: 8585346297; Email: cpopescu@math.ucsd.edu
Teaching Assistants:
Barry Smith
 Discussion Sections: A0104, Th 812, in WLH 2112
Office Hours: M 122, W
111, in AP&M 6402C
Email: bsmith@math.ucsd.edu
Robert Gaebler Discussion Sections A0506, Th 122, in WLH 2114
Office Hours: M 23pm, W 34pm, in AP&M
2250
Email: rgaebler@math.ucsd.edu
COURSE DESCRIPTION
WHAT IS MATH 20C? This is the third calculus
course for students of mathematics,
science, and engineering. In this course we examine topics of
elementary
calculus, but from a multidimensional perspective. There will be four
major themes: 1) Vectors and vector operations; 2)
Derivation and integration of vector valued functions of one variable;
3) Partial derivatives of functions of several
variables; 4) Integration of functions of several
variables.
TEXT Stewart, J., Multivariable
Calculus  Early Transcendentals, 5th ed. (Brooks/Cole  Thomson
Learning, 2003). You
are expected to read the text BEFORE each lecture.
EXAMS
 Midterm I  Monday, January 31, 8:00am, in CENTR 119. Topics: 10.3,
10.5, 12.1 
12.6. Sample 1 (disregard question
2). Sample 2 (disregard problems 1 and
2).
Additional office hrs. 
Friday, Jan. 28  Cristian Popescu (10:00  11:00), Barry Smith
(11:0012:00), Robert Gaebler (3:004:00)
 Midterm II
 Monday, February 28, 8:00am, in CENTR 119.
Topics: 13.113.4 and 14.1  14.6. Sample 1. Sample 2. (Disregard the last two questions.) Additional office hrs.  Friday, Feb.
25  Cristian Popescu (10:0011:00), Robert Gaebler (11:0012:00),
Barry Smith (12pm).
 Final Exam  Monday, March 14,
8:0011:00am. Location: CENTR 119. Topics: 10.3,
10.5, 12.1 
12.6, 13.113.4, 14.1  14.8, 15.115.4, 15.615.7. Review Session  Friday, March 11,
56pm, in HSS 2250. Additional office hrs.  Friday, March 11  Barry
(1112), Robert (23). Sample final
exam 1 (solutions); Sample final exam 2 (solutions).

No notes, textbooks, calculators
are allowed during exams. No makeup exams will be given and no late
homework will be accepted. Cheating on an exam results in 0 points for
that exam, as well as
further disciplinary action. Please
read very carefully the following ACADEMIC
INTEGRITY GUIDELINES.
GRADING POLICY
 Midterms 1+2: 20% each; Final Exam: 40%;
Homework: 20%. The grading will be done on a curve, the median
corresponding to a B/C+.
GETTING HELP
Help with mathematical problems:
 Section: Ask
questions in section  this is one of the main reasons why sections
exist.
 Office Hours: You
are strongly advised to take full advantage of your professor's and
ta's office
hours.
 Classmates: Sometimes
a classmate can help. Sometimes you can learn by working out problems
together with your classmates.
Help with personal problems which
affect your class work:
 Talk to the professor or, if appropriate, your
college provost.