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Reading Courses

Summary: A reading course, or independent study project, is an opportunity to work with me directly on a project. Typically, I only take individual students for reading courses but it is possible to work with a group of two or three highly motivated students. [full page]

Fall 2021: MAT A29 Calculus I for the Life Sciences

Summary: From the Course Calendar: “A course in differential calculus for the life sciences. Algebraic and transcendental functions; semi-log and log-log plots; limits of sequences and functions, continuity; extreme value and intermediate value theorems; approximation of discontinuous functions by continuous ones; derivatives; differentials; approximation and local linearity; applications of derivatives; antiderivatives and indefinite integrals. [full page]

Fall 2020: MAT 402 Classical Geometry

Summary: In-Class Slides Week 0 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 1 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 1 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 2 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 2 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 3 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 3 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 4 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 4 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 5 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 5 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 6 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 6 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 7 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 7 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 8 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 8 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 9 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 9 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 10 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 10 Friday (pdf, zip) Week 11 Monday (pdf, zip) Week 11 Friday (pdf, zip) [full page]

Fall 2016: MAT A29 Calculus I for Life Sciences

Summary: These notes were pulled from an old archival copy. They are served as is for reference purposes. This is one of the first courses that I ever taught! [full page]

Winter 2022: MAT A22 Linear Algebra I for Mathematical Sciences

Summary: From the Course Calendar: “A conceptual and rigorous approach to introductory linear algebra that focuses on mathematical proofs, the logical development of fundamental structures, and essential computational techniques. [full page]

Winter 2022: MAT B42 Techniques of the Calculus of Several Variables II

Summary: From the Course Calendar: “Fourier series. Vector fields in $\mathbb{R}^n$, Divergence and curl, curves, parametric representation of curves, path and line integrals, surfaces, parametric representations of surfaces, surface integrals. [full page]

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