Math 202, Spring 2019
Instructor: Jingjun Han
TA: VanBlargan (Head TA),
Lin, Sherwood, Koh, Stubis
Office: Krieger 221
Office Hours: W 3 PM-5 PM in Krieger 221
Lectures: MWF 11-11:50, 12-12:50 Remsen 101
Textbook: Vector Calculus, 6th Edition, Marsden, J., and Tromba, A., W.H. Freeman, August 2003,
Sketch of lecture note.
HW1. 1.1: 7,15,31; 1.2: 2,3,11,15,31; 1.3: 3, 8, 10, 35, 42; 1.4: 1, 4, 7; 1.5: 2, 4, 6, 7; 2.1: 2,3,7,25. Due: Feb 11-14 (section). Solution
HW2. 2.2: 2,6,7,8,13,14 2.3: 1,7,9,19,22,28 2.4: 1,6,7,12. 2.5: 2,6,16,22, 26. Due: Feb 18-21 (section).
HW3. 2.6: 1,8,10,21; 3.1: 3,6,11,18; 3.2: 1,2,3,7,10,11; Due: Feb 25-28 (section).
TA’s office hour
Caroline VanBlargan (Head TA). Office hour: 3-4 pm on Monday in Krieger 202. Helproom : 9-11 am Tuesday.
Hanveen Koh. Office hour: 11:00 - 12:00 on Monday in Krieger 201. Helproom: Thursday 11:00-13:00.
Jim Sherwood. Office hour: Th 11:00-12:00. Helproom: Wed 3:00-5:00.
Keaton Stubis. Office hour: Tuesday 1-2 in Krieger 201. Helproom: Monday 1-3.
Zhongyipan Lin. Office hour: M 12-1:30 (Krieger 201), Helproom: W 7-9.
Students with disabilities or other special needs that require classroom accommodation or other arrangements must let the instructor know at the beginning of the semester.
Prerequisites: AS.110.107 Calculus II OR AS.110.109
Calculus II OR AS.110.113 Honors Single Variable Calculus OR an Advanced
Placement BC score of 5.
The strength of the university depends on academic and personal integrity. In this course, everyone must be honest and truthful. Violations include cheating on exams, plagiarism, reuse of assignments without permission, improper use of the internet and electronic devices, unauthorized collaboration, alteration of graded assignments, forgery and falsification, lying, facilitating academic dishonesty and unfair competition. Ignorance of these rules is not an excuse.
For more information see the guide on "Academic Ethics for Undergraduates" and the Ethics board website (http://ethics.jhu.edu) for more information.
In this course, as in many math courses, working in groups to study particular problems and discussing theory is strongly encouraged. Your ability to talk mathematics is of particular importance to your general understanding of mathematics. You can discuss with other students about how to approach the problem. However, you must write up the solutions to the homework problems individually and separately. If there is any question as to what this statement means, please see the instructor or the TAs.
Midterm 1: Friday Mar 8, 11-11:50, 12-12:50
Midterm 2: Friday Apr 12, 11-11:50, 12-12:50
Final : Thursday, May 9, 9AM-12PM
No make up examination will be given. All midterm scores will count and there is no option of retaking any midterm exam. Excused absences from midterms will only be permitted with a letter from the Academic Advising Office. No excused absences are allowed from the final exam. If an exam is missed with valid excuse, the grade for that exam will be given based on the final exam. The grade for an unexcused exam will be zero. If you have conflicts on the final exam, the department will notify you the adjusted dates to take the final exam.
Grading will be based on Homework, Midterm 1, Midterm 2 and Final exam
Homework: 20% Midterm 1: 20% Midterm 2: 20% Final: 40%
The course grade will be determined by an absolute scale with a slight modification using the normal distribution curve if appropriate.
Problem sets will generally be posted here each week before Friday (start from the second week), and you need to submit it in the section next week. The following rules apply to homework: