Professor: Sergey Bolotin
Office: 621 Van Vleck
Email: bolotin at math dot wisc dot edu
TA: Moisés Herradón Cueto
Office: 418 Van Vleck
Office Hours: Tuesday 11:00-12:00 and Wednesday 2:15-3:15, or by appointment (please let me know if you have a conflict for both hours, and I will change them if many people in the section have a conflict.)
Email: moises at math dot wisc dot edu
Time and place:
Sec 392: TuTh 9:55-10:45 in B341 Van Vleck
Sec 396: TuTh 12:05-12:55 in 587 Van Hise
Here you'll find a cheatsheet on vector integrals.
For anything regarding the course, you can contact me at my email above. If you write MATH 234 in the header it would be appreciated, as it will help me not miss the email. Please do not ask math questions by email: it is messy and helps no one. Plus, now we have Piazza (on Canvas) for this purpose. Finally, in compliance with FERPA I will never discuss grades via email. For any of these reasons we can schedule a meeting if the time for the office hours doesn't work for you.
There will be quizzes in section every Thursday, based on the material from that week's homework assignment. They make up 10% of the grade. Quizzes make up 10% of the final grade.
Quizzes and their solutions:
Homework will be collected on Tuesdays, and assigned here. Homework grades make up 10% of the grade.
Here are the worksheets from discussion with some answers. Also, here is some solution to part a) of Problem 14 in page 77.
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You can find a very useful list of resources, such as Mathlab or the Math tutorial program in here.