# Welcome to the Web Page of MATH2010

**Summary of the most important information:**
**Instructor:**
- Gabor Lukacs, N527 Ross Building
- Phone: (416) 736-5250 ext. 20194
- E-mail: woland@yorku.ca
- Office hours: Monday and Wednesday 11:30-12:30 or by appointment

**Grade components:**
- Homework 20%
- Mid-term exam 30%
- Final exam 50%
*If the final exam's grade is higher than the homework's
or the mid-term's grade then the homework or the mid-term will not
be counted.*

**Tutorials:**
Since this is a special course, you are expected to attend the tutorials
as well, and **any** material taught during the tutorials is
part of what you will have to know for the final exam. When tutorials
fall on holidays (Yom-Kipur, Thanksgiving), an alternative virtual
tutorial will be post on this site, but normally the tutorials *will
not* be posted on-line.
The tutorials are held in room N501, Ross Building at the
following time:
**Texts:**The course, as about its material, is based on the
following two textbooks:
- W. R. Wade:
*Introduction to Analysis* (QA 300 W25 1995)
- R. C Buck:
* Advanced Calculus*
(QA 303 B917,
preferably 3rd edition, but the 2nd is also good)

In order to gain some experience in solving practical exercises, I
recommend on the following books:
- M. R. Spiegel:
*Shaum's Guide to Advanced Calculus,
***ISBN: 070602298**. (If you want to purchase it, which is
definitely not a bad idea, try to search for it by its ISBN number.)
- F. Ayres:
*Schaum's outline of theory and problems of differential
and integral calculus*

**Course related documents** like assignments, hints and solutions
to the assignments, sample exams with solutions, announcements will be
published in **this page (see below)**. For information on their format
press here.

**Important course-related documents:**

**Assignments:**

**Tutorials:**

**Important information
for the midterm exam:**
**Important information
for the final exam:**