MATH 634: Advanced Calculus II Spring 2018


Time Location Instructor Office hours
TH 11:30am-12:45pm, CW 130 Tanya Firsova
tanyaf AT
Wed, Fr 2:30-3:30pm, Cardwell 232

Textbook: Patrick M.Fitzpatrick, Advanced Calculus, second edition.

Syllabus We will follow the basic outline

Midterm: There will be a midterm, date TBA.

Grading Scheme: homeworks 30% midterm 30% final 40%

Homeworks: There will homeworks evey week due on the lecture on Thursday. Homeworks will be posted on the course webpage

Homework 1 is due Thursday, Jan.25. Homework 1

Homework 2 is due Thursday, Feb. 1. Homework 2

Homework 3 is due Thursday, Feb. 8. Homework 3

Homework 4 is due Thursday, Feb. 15. Homework 4

Homework 5 is due Thursday, Feb. 22. Homework 5

Homework 6 is due Thursday, Mar. 1. Homework 6

Homework 7 is due Thursday, Mar. 8. Homework 7

Homework 8 is due Thursday, Mar. 16. Homework 8

Homework 9 is due Thursday, Apr. 12. Homework 9

Homework 10 is due Thursday, Apr. 19. Homework 10

Homework 11 is due Thursday, May. 3. Homework 11

Practice Midterm Practice midterm

Practice Final Practice final

Lecture notes:

Note on compact sets (Thanks to Daniel Bramucci!) Note

Final: The final will be Mon, 5/7/14 9:40 AM - 11:30 AM.

Special Needs

Students with disabilities who need classroom accommodations, access to technology, or information about emergency building/campus evacuation processes should contact the Student Access Center and/or their instructor. Services are available to students with a wide range of disabilities including, but not limited to, physical disabilities, medical conditions, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, depression, and anxiety. If you are a student enrolled in campus/online courses through the Manhattan or Olathe campuses, contact the Student Access Center at, 785-532-6441; for Salina campus, contact the Academic and Career Advising Center at, 785-826-2649.

Academic Honesty

Kansas State University has an Honor System based on personal integrity, which is presumed to be sufficient assurance that, in academic matters, one’s work is performed honestly and without unauthorized assistance. Undergraduate and graduate students, by registration, acknowledge the jurisdiction of the Honor System. The policies and procedures of the Honor System apply to all full and part-time students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate courses on-campus, off-campus, and via distance learning. The honor system website can be reached via the following URL: A component vital to the Honor System is the inclusion of the Honor Pledge which applies to all assignments, examinations, or other course work undertaken by students. The Honor Pledge is implied, whether or not it is stated: ”On my honor, as a student, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this academic work.” A grade of XF can result from a breach of academic honesty. The F indicates failure in the course; the X indicates the reason is an Honor Pledge violation.

Classroom Conduct

All student activities in the University, including this course, are governed by the Student Judicial Conduct Code as outlined in the Student Governing Association By Laws, Article V, Section 3, number 2. Students who engage in behavior that disrupts the learning environment may be asked to leave the class.


The instructor reserves the right to modify the contents in this description if conditions arise during the semester that make such changes desirable. Such changes will be announced in class; it is your responsibility to keep abreast of such changes.