# Math 291: Honors Calculus III, Fall 2011

**Location**: SERC 205, Busch
Campus

**Time**: 5:00 PM – 6:20 PM on Mondays, in principle. (Alternatives:
Wednesday, Thursday)

**Lecturer**: Eric Carlen, *carlen
[at] math [dot] rutgers [dot] edu*

**Peer Mentor**: Mark Kim, *markhkim [at] dimax [dot] rutgers [dot] edu*

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### General Information

This is the honors version of multivariable calculus, decidedly dissimilar from Math 251 or Math 251H. Please check Professor Carlen’s course page for detailed information. This course, Honors Calculus IV (Math 292), and Honors Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (Math 300H) serve as a preparation for the honors sequence in mathematical analysis (Math 411-412)—and, to a lesser extent, the honors sequence in abstract algebra (Math 451-452). These honors sequences consist of permission-only courses, so you should consult Professor Eric Carlen (your lecturer), Professor János Komlós (the lecturer of 300H, typically), or Professor Simon Thomas (the chair of the Undergraduate Honors Committee) if such an opportunity sounds enticing to you. There is also the undergraduate mathematics honors track: again, talk to Carlen, Komlós, or Thomas about it if you are interested.

**Office Hours** do not officially exist, as I am not required to hold
them for this course. Check my other teaching
page
for “office hours”, should you require my assistance.

### Course Material

**Workshop 1**(September 12) – We discussed the first challenge problem set. Here are the workshop notes, along with suggested solutions to the challenge problems.**Workshop 2**(September 28) – We will discuss the second challenge problem set. Here are the workshop notes, along with suggested solutions to the challenge problems.**Workshop 3**(October 13) – We discussed the third challenge problem set. Here are the solutions.**Workshop 4**(October 30) – We discussed the fourth challenge problem set. Here are the workshop notes, along with suggested solutions to the challenge problems.**Workshop 5**(November 7) – We discussthe fifth challenge problem set. Here are the solutions.**Workshop 6**(November 21) – We discussed the sixth challenge problem set.**Workshop 7**(December 12) – We discussed the seventh challenge problem set.