MATH 2570a:
Calculus III
Times: 
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:40  2:55 
Room: 
Anderson Hall 117 
Instructor: 
Soroosh Yazdani (http://www.cs.uleth.ca/~yazdani)

Office: 
University Hall C540 
Office Hours: 
Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:00am12:00pm or by appointment 
Textbook: 
Calculus by Stewart  any edition 
Homeworks and quizzes: 
Mostly via WebWorks (see below) 
Please note that Math and CS department runs the very
popular Help Sessions.
Their schedule for this fall is up. You are all encouraged
to use them.
Topics
This class is a continuation of Calculus II.
Some of the topics covered in this class are
 Sequences and Series
 Limits and convergence
 Power series and Taylor series
 Vector valued functions
 Partial derivatives
Grading Scheme
The grading scheme for this class will be
 10% homeworks and quizzes
 20% midterm 1 (Oct 8th)
 20% midterm 2 (Nov 19th)
 50% final
Homeworks:
There will be weekly online homeworks through
WeBWorks.
Your username is the one given to you by University, and your
initial password is your student id.
You may access this webpage from any computer on campus (including
your laptop). However, to access this webpage from home, you
need to install a VPN software. The instructions are described
here.
The homeworks are due every Sunday at 11:59pm (except for
assignment 0 that is due on Tuesday September 10th, at 11:59pm).
Quizzes:
There will be few online quizzes in this class, via
WeBWorks.
These are usually 30 minutes each, and can be done multiple times.
However, you are expected to pass all these quizzes to pass the class.
Academic Misconduct:
Students have to respect the intellectual integrity that are expected from them.
Specifically, plagiarism, cheating, or copying someone else's work will not be
tolerated in this (or any other) class. Furthermore, we expect the students to take an
active role in encouraging other members of our community to refrain from academic dishonesty.
For the current university policy on student discipline policy, you should review the student
calendar. Please note that not knowing the rules is not an acceptable defence.
Optional Homeworks:
The following homeworks are optional. If you do write them up, the grader
for this class has offered to give you feedback on your writeup.
Other documents and links: