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Welcome to (Spring 2008)
F2008: MAA4102 3043 Intro.AdvCalc.E&PS.1 MWF4 LIT127
F2008: MAA5104 6153 Advanced.Calculus.1 MWF4 LIT127
Prof. Jonathan King squash@math.ufl.edu
Dept. of Mathematics http://www.math.ufl.edu/~squash/teaching.html
Office: 402 Little Hall (Top floor, NE corner) 392-0281 x270
[If I am not in the office then it is better to EMAIL me. I rarely pick-up
phone messages. If urgent then telephone to the secretaries at
392-0281.x221; the secretaries can contact me at home.
Office hours: http://www.math.ufl.edu/~squash/info.jksched.html
My office hours will vary during the semester, so please
check the webpage. Currently my OHs are
Wedn.: 8th & 9th periods. Frid.: 5th period.
Course page: http://www.math.ufl.edu/~squash/course.advcal.2008t.html
Archive: [A private URL I will email to the class.]
To post to our class (and me), email to
FALL-3043-L@lists.ufl.edu (POST ACES)
Our textbook is Advanced Calculus (3rd Edition)
Author: R. Creighton Buck. ISBN: 978-1-57766-302-7
Year: 2003 Publisher: Waveland Press Inc.
SYLLABUS for the first semester: Approximately chapters 1--6 of Buck's text
(Sets and functions, Continuity, Differentiation, Integration, Series,
Uniform convergence) plus a few additional topics.
SYLLABUS for the second semester: Approximately chapters 7--9 of Buck's text,
(but probably starting with Fourier series) together with a few extra topics,
e.g, introduction to Metric Spaces, introduction to Calculus of Variations.
Exams dates will be announced in about 3 weeks. If possible, some exams
will be Monday evenings. If it is impossible to synchronise everyone's
schedule, then the exams will be in-class.
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HOMEWORK: please HAVE READ the beginning part:
Sections 1.1 through 1.4 (pp.1--27) for Wednesday, 27Aug.
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For Frid, 29Aug., please WRITE UP solutions to
P.10: 5, 6 (Do NOT use a calculator; use pure integer
reasoning. Make sure to give a SOLUTION, not just
answers. Answers for this problem are trivial; it is a
soln that is interesting).
P.10: 12.
P.19: 3, 8, 17.
P.27: 5. (This problem is actually on P.28, but I name
problem sets by the starting-page of the set. )
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CLASS-PHOTO DAY: Monday, 01Sep2008. Look sharp! Please bring name-card
with (optional but useful) your telephone number.
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