Karl Heinz Dovermann,   Professor


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Research Papers

Online Algebra Refresher - Information

Calculus without Limits (Lecture Notes for Applied Calculus)

Getting started with Derive Videos

Vectors and Plane Geometry (Lecture Notes for the first week in Math 241 or 251A)

Calculus Lecture Notes for Math 161

Common Math 241 Final Exams and Practice Materials

Previous Calculus II Materials (Math 242 and 252A).

Office Phone Email
Keller Hall 405
(808) 956-4654 heiner@math.hawaii.edu
 
Summer 2018
Course title Course number Room Hours
Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Math 307 POST 126 MWF 9:30 -- 10:20
Calculus IV Math 244 Kel 303 MWF 11:30 -- 12:20
Bordism Theory Math 649 PSB 317 TR 9:00 -- 10:15
Office hours
MWF 10:30 -- 11:20, TR 10:30 -- 11:20
and by appointment



Announcement for Math 307 (Fall 2018):

  • Syllabus for Math 307
  • Look up your grades for Summer 2018: (Use your student ID#)
  • First Math 307 midterm (Fall 2018)
  • HW1, due Wednesday, August 22nd: Problems 2, 6, 10 from Section 1.1.
  • HW2, due Friday, August 24th (better Monday, August 27): Problems 20 and 26 from Section 1.1 and Problems 4, 8, 20 from Section 1.2.
  • HW3, due Wednesday, August 29th: Problems 4, 6, 10, 12 from Section 1.3.
  • HW4, due Friday, August 31st: Problems 32 from Section 1.2 and Problems 27, 28, 33 from Section 1.4.
  • HW5, due Wednesday, September 5th: Problems 2, 4, 8, 12 from Section 1.5.
  • HW6, due Friday, September 7th: Problems 4, 6, 10, 12 from Section 1.6.
  • HW7, due Monday, September 10th: Problem 14 from Section 1.6, Problem 7 from Section 1.7, and Problem 11 from Section 2.1.
  • HW8, due Wednesday, September 12th: Problems 4, 14, 18, 20 from Section 2.2.
  • HW9, due Friday, September 14th: Problems 8, 10, 18, 22 from Section 2.3.
  • HW10, due Monday, September 17th: Problems 12, 16, 18, 22 from Section 2.4.
  • HW11, due Wednesday, September 19th: Problem 20 from Section 2.4. Also: Suppose V is a vector space of dimension n and W is a subspace of V. Show that W is of finite dimension and its dimension is at most n.
  • HW12, due Friday, September 21st: Problems 2, 4, 8 from Section 2.5.
  • HW13, due Monday, September 24th: Problems 10, 16, 20 from Section 5.1
  • HW14, due Wednesday, September 26th: Problems 6, 10, 12 from Section 5.2
  • HW15, due Friday, October 5th
  • HW16, due Friday, October 5th: Problems 6, 12, 14 from Section 5.4
  • HW17, due Monday, October 8th: Problems 22, 26 and 32 (use a CAS of your choice) from Section 5.4
  • HW18, due Wednesday, October 10th: Problems 4, 10, 14, 18 from Section 5.5
  • HW19, due Friday, October 12th: Problems 20. 24, 34, 38 from Section 5.5
  • HW20, due Monday, October 15th: Problems 26 and 30 from Section 5.5. In both problems, also find the matrix $P$ so that P^(-1) A P is Jordan normal form of A.
  • HW21, due Friday, October 19th: Problems 6 and 12 from Section 6.1.
  • First Math 307 midterm (Summer 2018)
  • Second Math 307 midterm (Summer 2018)
  • Math 307 final (Summer 2018)
  • A first Math 307 midterm (Fall 2011)
  • A first Math 307 midterm (Fall 2012)
  • A first Math 307 midterm (Spring 2015)
  • A second Math 307 midterm (Fall 2012)
  • A second first Math 307 midterm (Spring 2015)
  • A final for Math 307
  • A final for Math 307 with solutions
  • Another final for Math 307
  • One more final for Math 307
  • Announcement for Math 244 (Fall 2018):