Binghamton University, SUNYMath 323: Calculus III, Sections 1 & 2, Spring 2010


Marco Varisco, [how to email a professor],
Office: LN-2232, Office Hours: MW 11:00–12:30 or by appointment.


Section 1: MWF 08:30–09:30 in LH-012 and R 08:50–09:55 in LH-012.
Section 2: MWF 09:40–10:40 in S1-140 and R 10:05–11:30 in LH-005.

N.B.: The Thursday meetings are not discussion sessions.

“Students are expected to attend all scheduled classes […]. [I]nstructors have the right to deny a student the privilege of taking the final examination or of receiving credit for the course, or may prescribe other academic penalties if the student misses more than 25 percent of the total class sessions. Excessive tardiness may count as absence.” [University Bulletin]


Math 222: Calculus II with a passing grade; however, a grade of C or better is strongly recommended.

Textbook & Contents Stewart Calculus

James Stewart, “Multivariable Calculus”, Sixth Edition, Thomson Brooks/Cole.

Grading & Examinations

Please contact me as soon as possible if you cannot make one of the exams. Retroactive or last-minute requests for a make-up or of a reweighting of the examination grades will be ignored. The lowest quiz grade will be dropped, and therefore no make-up quizzes will ever be given.

Do all the homework, and then some. Calculus is not a spectator sport!

Of course, you are expected to obey the Student Academic Honesty Code.

This syllabus is subject to change. All official announcements and assignments are given in class, and this web page may not be up to date.
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