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MAT B42: Multivariable Calculus II - Tutorial #05, #08 and #10
Teaching Assistant: Jenkin Tsui
One line introduction: A Calgarian who is in his fifth year Mathematics Specialist Statistics Stream Co-op program at UTSC, University of Michigan non-degree alumni, Fulbright Canada Killam Fellow, National Defense Canada and Air Cadets Officer
Contact info: jenkin [dot] tsui [at] utoronto [dot] ca
Office hours: Monday 5:30 - 6:00 PM and Tuesday 3:00 - 4:00 PM at IC-404
- TUT #05: Tuesday, 9-10 am @ IC-328
- TUT #08: Tuesday, 1-2 pm @ IC-328
- TUT #10: Friday, 10-11 am @ IC-326
Final Exam Review Seminar
- Date: Monday, April 9th, 2018
- Time: 3-5 PM
- Location: IC-230
- This seminar is aimed for students enrolled in my tutorials, but other MATB42 students are welcome to join.
Assignment Pickup time
- Your assignments 9 and 10 will be ready for pickup on Monday, April 9th, 2018 at 3:10 PM @ IC-230, at the beginning of the review seminar.
- Should you choose to stay for the review seminar, I will hand back your assignments throughout the seminar.
- All unpicked up assignments will be returned to Prof. Eric Moore.
- Use your UTOR email address
- Email title: MATB42 Tut #0X - Brief Title
- Include your full name and student number in your signature; use proper grammer
Academic integrity policy:
- Assignments that look very similar will be noted and investigated.
Assignment submission policy:
- Assignment must be submitted in your own tutorial.
- Assignment must be submitted within the first 10 minutes of the tutorial to avoid any penalty, i.e., xx:10-xx:20 am/pm
- Assignment submitted after the first 10 minutes of the tutorial will be awarded a penalty
- On the top left hand corner of your assignment, put down the following: "MATB42: Assignment #X"
- On the top right hand corner of your assignment, put down the following in order: "Last name, first name", "Student number", and "Due Date"
- I will happily accept work done in LaTeX, and NEAT handwritten solutions are perfectly fine too. Students who hand in sufficiently sloppy work must take up the consequence of grading errors etc.
Assignment writing guidelines:
Neatly write out the statement of the problem in its entirety, draw a line underneath it, then
neatly write your solution below the line. This is very good advice. Without the statement
of the problem, your unlabelled work will be basically useless to you if you try to use it to
Unless the problem is trivial, work the problem out on scratch paper first, then compose your
solution to hand-in after you’ve solved it.
It is usually a good idea to double space lines when writing your homework. This is espe-
cially true when writing out mathematical formulas and equations. Even if you have bad
handwriting, this will make your work SO MUCH more readable.
Don’t ever try to cram stuff at the bottom of a page. Start a new one! This will be greatly
appreciated by both the grader and your future self.
Writing on the back side of a page is fine with me, but if you do, avoid ink that bleeds through.
And unless you have two very short problems in a row, start a new page for each problem.
If you wouldn’t feel comfortable about handing your homework assignment to your future
boss, then I don’t want to see it either. This gives you practice for real life.
Optional Final Assignment:
- The assignment will contain three questions taken out from past final exams.
- You must show all the work, using all the techniques from MATA37 and MATB41 in order to obtain full marks for each question. My grading will demonstrate how I will grade your final exams.
- Each question is graded out of 5. The assignment will be out of a total of 15.
- The due date is Friday, April 6th, 2018 by 10:20 AM @ IC-328, where Tutorial 10 takes place.
- Question 1: 2017 Final Question 7
- Question 2: 2015 Final Question 10
- Question 3: 2014 Question 7 b)
Bonus question solutions: