Math 601, Section 604

Fall 2007

Announcements

Final Exam

Divergence Theorem Examples: Here are some examples of the divergence theorem.

Solutions to Tests 2 and 4: Solutions to Tests 2 and 4 had not been previously posted. Here they are:

Recommended Problems on the Divergence Theorem: Here are the recommended problems on the divergence theorem.

Stokes's Theorem Examples: Here are some examples of Stokes's Theorem.

Test 4

Homework

Online Resource: Notes on multivariable Calculus by Paul Dawkins. These notes cover most of the material that we have covered. For Test 4, I recommend looking at the following chapters:

The following sections are about the material we covered for Test 3:

Test 3

Test 2 Info: Test 2 was on Oct. 15. The median was 85 and the average was 84. Here are solutions to Test 2. More information on Test 2 (including statistics and the practice test) can be found near the bottom of this page.

Test 1 Info: Test 1 was on Sept. 19. The median was 88 and the average was 85. Here are Solutions to Test 1. More information on Test 1 (including statistics and the practice test) can be found near the bottom of this page.

Tentative Syllabus: Here is a tentative syllabus for the course.

Texts: Any of the following will work as a textbook for the course:

  1. Linear Algebra and Vector Calculus at Texas A&M by S. Leon and S. Colley. This book is available at the campus bookstore.
  2. The two books Linear Algebra with Applications, Sixth Edition by Steven J. Leon, and Vector Calculus, Second Edition by Susan Jane Colley.
  3. Schaum's Outlines of Beginning Linear Algebra and Vector Analysis.

Course Information

Instructor: Maria Belk (mbelk@math.tamu.edu)

Time and Room: MWF 12:40 pm - 1:30 pm in Blocker 156

First Day Handout

Tentative Syllabus

Resources

Office Hours
My office hours are:

My office is Milner 122. My husband Jim Belk is also teaching Math 601 this semester. He has office hours on Monday from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm in Milner 122.

Online Resources:

Homework

Other materials: This is a place for extraneous postings that were in the Announcements, but are no longer relevant:

Linear Algebra Resources

Linear algebra lectures: These are the lectures for an MIT linear algebra course by Gilbert Strang, hosted by Google Video. (You can download the original versions from the MIT OpenCourseWare website, but they require RealPlayer.)

Test 2 Info

Test 1 was on Monday, Oct. 15. The median on the test was 85 and the average was 84. Here are more statistics:

Grade A B C or lower
Score 90-100 80-89 < 80
Number of Students 9 14 10

Here are the solutions:

Here are the Practice Problems for Test 2:

Test 1 Info

Test 1 was on Wednesday, Sept. 19. The median on the test was 88 and the average was 85. Here are more statistics:

Grade A B C or lower
Score 90-100 80-89 < 80
Number of Students 14 11 8

Here are the solutions:

Here is the Practice Test: