Date or date due  Assignment or event  
Monday, Aug. 21  First day of class  
Friday, Aug. 25  Last day to add a course  
Friday, Sep. 1  Last day to drop a course  
HW #1  Friday, Sep. 1 
Homework 1 via MyMathLabs. These problems should be done on the computer. Your User ID is your UArk username; for example, if your email is mathstudent@uark.edu, your User ID is "mathstudent." If you have not logged in recently (or ever), you may need to follow the "Forgot your password?" link to set or reset your password.
Written homework: (these problems should be written out and turned in) Do problems (AB 1), (AB 2), (AB 3) and (AB 4) in this file. Homework is to be turned in in gradable condition. In particular:

Monday, Sep. 4  Labor day—no class  
HW #2  Friday, Sep. 8 
Homework 2 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer and submitted electronically)
Written homework: (these problems should be written or typed out and turned in on paper) Do problems (AB 5), (AB 6), and (AB 7) in this file. 
HW #3  Friday, Sep. 15 
Homework 3 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer and submitted electronically)
Written homework: (these problems should be written out and turned in) Do problems (AB 8), (AB 9), and (AB 10) in this file. 
HW #4  Friday, Sep. 22 
Homework 4 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer)
Written homework: (these problems should be written or typed out and turned in on paper) Do problems (AB 11), (AB 12), and (AB 13) in this file. 
Friday, Sep. 29  First midterm exam–good luck! You will be allowed a nongraphing calculator. Some suggested review problems may be found here. If you would like to review single variable calculus before the exam, here are some suggested problems.  
HW #5  Friday, Oct. 6  Homework 5 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer) 
HW #6  Friday, Oct. 13 
Homework 6 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer)
Written homework: (these problems should be written or typed out and turned in on paper) Do problems (AB 14), (AB 15), (AB 16), (AB 17) and (AB 18) in this file. 
Oct. 16–17  Fall break  
HW #7  Friday, Oct. 20 
Homework 7 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer)
Written homework: (these problems should be written or typed out and turned in on paper) Do problems (AB 19), (AB 20) and (AB 21) in this file. 
Friday, Oct. 27  Second midterm exam–good luck! You will be allowed a nongraphing calculator. Some suggested review problems may be found here. If you would like to review single variable calculus before the exam, here are some suggested problems.  
HW #8  Friday, Nov. 3 
Homework 8 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer)
Written homework: (these problems should be written or typed out and turned in on paper) Do problems (AB 22), (AB 23) and (AB 24) in this file. 
HW #9  Friday, Nov. 10 
Homework 9 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer)
Written homework: (these problems should be written or typed out and turned in on paper) Do problems (AB 25), (AB 26) and (AB 27) in this file. 
Friday, Nov. 17  Last day to withdraw from a course. If you would like to estimate your likely course grade, here is a grade estimation worksheet.
If you have three final exams scheduled on the same day, then under university policy you are entitled to an alternative exam date; however, you must request an alternative final exam date on or before November 17.  
Friday, Nov. 17  Third midterm exam–good luck! You will be allowed a nongraphing calculator. Some suggested review problems may be found here. If you would like to review single variable calculus before the exam, here are some suggested problems.  
Nov. 22–24  Thanksgiving break  
HW #10  Friday, Dec. 1 
Homework 10 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer)
Written homework: (these problems should be written or typed out and turned in on paper) Do problems (AB 28), (AB 29) and (AB 30) in this file. 
Thursday, Dec. 7  Last day of class  
HW #11  Thursday, Dec. 7 
Homework 11 via MyMathLabs (these problems should be done on the computer)
Written homework: (these problems should be written or typed out and turned in on paper) Do problems (AB 31), (AB 32), (AB 33), and (AB 34) in this file. 
Friday, Dec. 8  Complete the online course evaluation on or before this date. If at least 80% of the class completes the course evaluation before the deadline, I will drop your 2 lowest homework scores; otherwise, I will drop your 1 lowest homework score.  
Monday, Dec. 11  Final exam, 3:00–5:00 p.m.
Good luck! You will be allowed a nongraphing calculator. Some suggested review problems may be found here and via MyMathLabs. If you would like to review calculus before the exam, here are some suggested problems. 
Lecture  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 2:00–2:50 p.m., Kimpel Hall 411 
Instructor  Ariel Barton 
aeb019@uark.edu  
Office  SCEN 222 
Office hours 
Kimpel Hall 411, Thursdays 2:00–2:50
SCEN 222, Tuesdays 3:30, Thursdays 10:00, or by appointment. Course assistants for Math 2574C may be found in the Teaching Center (CHPN 326) Mondays 23, Tuesdays 23, Wednesdays 111 and 34, and Thursdays 13. They can probably help you; however, you should tell them that you are enrolled in the honors section and thus may be working at a different pace. No class meetings or office hours will be held on days when the university is closed due to inclement weather. 
Course Description: Differential and integral calculus of several variables, and vector calculus.
Prerequisites: MATH 2564 with a grade of A, or MATH 2564H with a grade of A or B, or a score of 5 on the AP BC Calculus exam.
Text: Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 2nd Edition, by William Briggs, Lyle Cochran, and Bernard Gillett.
Course grade: Here is how I plan to weigh your grades:
MyMathLabs homework  15% 
Written homework  10% 
Midterm tests  15% each 
Final  30% 
Tests: There will be three midterms tests and a final exam. I plan to hold midterm exams during class time on the dates indicated in the calendar above. The final exam will occur in our regular classroom at the time indicated on the registrar’s website.
If you require accommodations on an exam, notify your instructor as soon as possible, but in all cases at least one week before the exam is to be held. Documentation from the CEA will be required.
Makeup exam requests also require written documentation as to your conflict. Except in the case of medical or other unforeseen emergencies, makeup exam requests must be made at least one week before the exam is to be held. Makeup exams are at the instructor's discretion; if you do not provide a documented reason why you cannot take the exam at the usual time, if your reason is considered inadequate, or if your request for a makeup exam is not made in a timely fashion, I reserve the right to refuse a makeup exam or to assess a late penalty (deduction from your score).
Homework: Written assignments will be posted to this website. You may ask anyone for help with your homework, but you must write up your solutions on your own.
Written assignments should be turned in for grading during class on the due date. We expect you to turn in your homework in class; if you cannot make it to class, either ask a classmate to turn in your homework for you or ask your instructor if they will accept homework at some other time. Late homework will not be accepted except in the case of a medical or other unforeseeable emergency; if you will be absent on the due date, consult with your instructor and arrange to turn homework in early.
Computergraded assignments will be assigned via MyMathLabs.
I expect to have 11 assignments over the course of the semester; your lowest score (or two scores) will be dropped and the remaining 10 (or 9) assignments will comprise 20% of your course grade.
Incompletes: Only given in extreme circumstances, and only when the student has satisfactorily completed all but a small portion of the work in the course. Students must make prior arrangements with the professor well before the end of the semester.
Academic Integrity: All students will be bound by and should familiarize themselves with the university's academic integrity policy.