MATH 341

MATH 341 Section 4

4:30-5:45 (TuTh), SAS 2203

Information concerning the course will be posted here throughout the semester.

Instructor: Steve Campbell
Office: SAS 4124
Office Hours: 1:00-2:00 TuTh and by appointment.
Office Phone: 515-3300 (Can leave message)
Office Hours During Exams: 1-3 on Wed and by appointment
Email: slc@ncsu.edu
FAX: 515-3798

MA 341 TA: We have 2 TAs.

Emma Sorrell
Email: esorrel@ncsu.edu
Office Hours: 9-11 am M
Office Hours During Exams: 10:30-12:00 on Tuesday and 9 -10:30 on Thursday
Office: SAS 3201

Ben Hollering
Email: bkholler@ncsu.edu
Office Hours: 12-2 PM Wed.
Office Hours During Exams: 10:30-12:00 Monday and 10:30-12:00 Thursday.
Office: LB 108 : This is LAU on the campus map next to SAS on Stinson



Syllabus A full syllabus is here . This is the beta version. Additional information will be added to this page and the syllabus as we find out who our TAs are, what their office hours are, etc. Be sure to check back as the semester gets underway. This page will post additional information from time to time. We will also be using WebWork. Details are in the syllabus. Tests will be closed book. There will be 3 tests plus a final. See the syllabus for more detail on grading policies and on homework.

Test I: Sept 28, Thursday

Test II: Oct. 31, Tuesday

Test III: Nov. 21, Tuesday

FINAL: Dec. 7, Thursday, 1-4. Exam held in classroom. Plan travel accordingly. There is no earlier exam date.



This link will take you to a list of optional homework that has been assigned in class. This list will be updated as the material is assigned.

This is the link to WebWork

There is a lot of Additional Course Material here.

There are supplemental problems and their solutions at

Undetermined Coefficients

Gaussian Elimination Summary

Undetermined Coefficients for Systems

Setting up Multi-tank Mixing



Some Laplace Tables not from our text


Key2



Key3

These will be discussed at the appropriate time in class.


Supporting Fellow Students in Distress:

As members of the NC State Wolfpack community, we each share a personal responsibility to express concern for one another and to ensure that this classroom and the campus as a whole remains a safe environment for learning. Occasionally, you may come across a fellow classmate whose personal behavior concerns or worries you. When this is the case, I would encourage you to report this behavior to the NC State Students of Concern website:http://studentsofconcern.ncsu.edu/. Although you can report anonymously, it is preferred that you share your contact information so they can follow-up with you personally.


Version: Beta (pre-release)
Date: 8/6/1999