Mathematics Department

Fordham College at Lincoln Center


Spring Semester 2016

Multivariate Calculus II   MATH 2005-L01

4 credits

Prerequisite: MTLU 2004 Multivariate Calculus 1

Meets Monday/Thurssday 10 to 11:15am,
and recitation meets Thursday 11:20am to 12:20pm

Note: On Tuesday, February 16, all Monday classes (including this class) will meet.


Dr. Leonard J. Nissim

Office: 815F

Telephone: 212-636-6331

Email: or

LC Department Office: 813

LC Department telephone: 212-636-6310

RH Department Office: John Mulcahy Hall, room 407 (Rose Hill)

RH Department Telephone: 718-817-3220

Office Hours

Monday 8:30am to 9:45am - in room 815F

Monday 2:30pm to 3:30pm - in room 815F

Tuesday 10am to 12 noon - in the Math Help Room (room 302F)

Thursday 8:30am to 9:45am - in room 815F

(and by appointment)


``Calculus: Multivariable'' (Tenth Edition) by Howard Anton, Irl Bivens, and Stephen Davis. It is published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

ISBN 978-1-119-93781-4


Multiple integrals (including cylindrical and spherical coordinates), Jacobians, parameterized surfaces, surface area, vector fields, surface integrals (flux), line integrals (work), and the theorems of Gauss, Green, and Stokes.

This material may be found in chapters 14 and 15 of the Tenth Edition.

You can get homework assignments and find out what will be covered on the next test by going to my website, and clicking on the appropriate link. The address is:

Note: This website is not part of Blackboard. You must type in this address the first time that you access this website.


Your grade will be based on tests (50%) and the final exam (50%). Three tests will be given; only the best two scores will count. No make-up tests will be given. The tests are scheduled for: Thursday, February 18; Monday, March 14; and Thursday, April 21.

The final exam will cover material from the entire course. (Exam week is from Monday, May 9, to Monday, May 16.)

Homework will be assigned, but will not count towards your grade. While you are expected to attend all classes, attendance is not part of your grade. If you miss a class, check the website above for the homework assignment.




Leonard J. Nissim