Math 210: Calculus III

Spring 2001

Instructor David Marker

Office Hours

Important Dates

Sample Midterms

Sample Exams are available.
These exams are from when three exams were given in the course so each exam covers less material than the exams that you will take.


Students are expected to read each section before it is discussed in class. The homework assignments contain some easy odd-numbered problems related to the reading and some harder even-numbered problems related to material that was discussed in the previous lecture. Students are responsible for understanding all of the problems in the right column.

Reading and Homework Assignments are on the web at

Every Friday you are to turn in all of the even problems assigned for the week.


Math 210 includes a weekly computer lab that helps students to visualize and develop intuition about the concepts being taught in the course. The lab meets in 200 SEO on either Tuesdays or Thursdays, depending on the section. Both faculty and TAs are available to provide guidance and answer questions. Each lab unit is a one- or two-week project, and each lab contains problems to be worked with the assistance of the computer; students will submit written lab reports at the end of each lab unit.
The lab is a required part of the course. It will meet every week, except for the first week and exam weeks.

The computer labs are available at


Your course grade will be calculated as follows

Teaching Assistants

Teaching Assistants are available to answer your calculus questions Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8-4 in 300 Taft Hall.