MATH 111
 Techniques of Calculus II  Pennsylvania State University

Instructor:
Andrew Belmonte
Contact info:
322 McAllister Building, telephone: 8652491, email: alb18.AT.psu.edu
Office hours:
Mon 12, Tues 45, Wed 2:304,
or by appointment.
This course is a continuation of Math 110  we will focus on methods in the calculus of several variables, as well as an introduction to differential equations. Topics will include functions of more than one variable, partial derivatives, extreme values of functions of several variables, the least squares method, the method of Lagrange multipliers, and double integrals. Differential equations are one of the most important uses of calculus. We will introduce some of the standard differential equations as found in various applications, and cover some methods of solving them.
Class times and locations:Link to the Webassign login here.
FINAL  Monday April 29th, 7:309:30pm in 273 Willard Bldg.
Midterm  Monday March 11th, 57pm in 273 Willard Bldg.
Current HW
Some review materials from single variable calculus:
David Little's Math 110 review sheets: graphs, derivatives, integrals.
Midterm: Wednesday, March 13th, 6:307:45pm (026 Hosler).
Final Exam: Wednesday, May 1st, 2:304:20pm (129 Waring).