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MAT 203: Calculus III with applications Fall 2011


Larson, Edwards, Multivariable Calculus, 9th edition.


LEC 01 81288 MF 12:50pm-2:10pm Library E4330 Mikhail Movshev

R01 81289 W 10:40am-11:35am Physics P116 Cheng Hao

R02 81290 F 11:45am-12:40pm Earth&Space 069 Mark Flanagan

Contact Information

Mikhail Movshev Math Tower 4-109 mmovshev AT math.sunysb.edu

Cheng Hao Math Tower hao AT math.sunys.edu

Mark Flanagan Math Tower 4-118 mflanagan AT math.sunysb.edu

Course Content

Vector algebra in two and three dimensions, multivariate differential and integral calculus, optimization, vector calculus including the theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes. Applications to engineering, physics, and all sciences.


If do not know how to solve a problem, please come to see us!

For lectures schedule, homework, exam dates, please click here

The homework is assigned during class, and posted on the web page. You will have about a week to complete the homework assignment, which you will submit to your recitation teacher. Late homework will not be accepted. A collection of three problems per assignment will be graded every week, but you will not know which ones will be chosen. If do not know how to solve a problem, do not gamble by leaving it blank, please come to see us!

Preparation to TESTS

Here will be a guide to preparation to TEST one.

Preparation to Final Exam

Here will be a list of suggested problems and other information about the Final Exam.


The grading will be weighted as follows: homework 15%,quizzes 10%, midterm I 20%, midterm II 20%, final 35%. The grades are available on blackboard .

Office Hours

If you would like to meet on a different time, please email us for fixing an appointment.

Mikhail Movshev

Mon,Fr 2:10-3:10 Math Tower 4-109

Cheng Hao

Wed. 7-8pm, 3101 Math Tower

Mark Flanagan

Monday 4-5pm in math 4-118; MLC on Monday Sep 26 11am-1pm


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