last change July 29, 2022

Tom Kunkle

Department of Mathematics
College of Charleston

Contact information

k u n k l e t at c o f c dot e d u

(843) 953-5921 (office)
(843) 953-1410 (fax)

Mailing address for US Postal Service:
Mathematics Department
Robert Scott Small, Room 339
College of Charleston
Charleston, SC 29424

Mailing address for private couriers:
Mathematics Department
Robert Scott Small, Room 339
175 Calhoun Street
Charleston, SC 29401-3519

Office: RS Small, Room 327

RS Small is the big pink building opposite Maybank Hall on the Cougar Mall. It is item 23 on the campus map.

Fall 2022 Teaching Schedule

MATH 120, MATH 220

Fall 2022 Office Hours

M 9:00-9:50am, W 1:30-2:30pm, Th 12:30-1:30pm F 1:00-2:00pm, or by appointment.

Class Materials

Syllabus for MATH 110 (formerly 101), Maymester 2014

Syllabus for MATH 103, Maymester 2007

Syllabus for MATH 104, Spring 2008

Syllabus for MATH 111, Spring 2018

Syllabus for MATH 120, Spring 2022

Syllabus for MATH 203, Fall 2014

Syllabus for MATH 220, Fall 2022

Syllabus for MATH 221, Spring 2022

MATH 110 (formerly 101) College Algebra
Video lectures
MATH 103 Contemporary Mathematics with Applications
MATH 111 Precalculus
Pre-precalculus boot camp
The graphs of power functions with rational exponents
Transformations on the graphs of equations
Additional homework problems for Zill
Complex arithmetic
Expanding binomials with Pascal's triangle
MATH 120 Introductory Calculus
Review of Binomials and Trigonometry for students in Calc I
Video lectures
Lecture notes used in videos
Review notes
MATH 203 Linear Algebra
Writing subspace proofs
MATH 220 Calculus II
Review of Calc I for students in Calc II
Video lectures
Lecture notes used in videos
Review notes
Euler's formula
Famous limits everybody should know.
Taylor's theorem
Additional homework problems for Stewart
MATH 221 Calculus III
Additional homework problems for Stewart
Video review
Review notes
MATH 311/411 Advanced Calculus I/II
Additional homework problems for Fridy


Flat extension and ideal projection, J. Symbolic Comput., 89 (2018) 109-120, or, read the poster.

More on Favard interpolation from subsets of a rectangular lattice, Jaen J. Approx., 7 (2015) 177-201.

Favard interpolation from subsets of a rectangular lattice, J. Approx. Theory, 163 (2011) 1465-1477.

Favard's interpolation problem in one or more variables, Const. Approx., 18 (2002) 467-478.

Characterizations of multivariate differences and associated exponential splines, J. Approx. Theory, 105 (2000) 19-48.

Exponential box-like splines on nonuniform grids, Const. Approx., 15 (1999) 311-336.

Multivariate differences, polynomials, and splines, J. Approx. Theory, 84 (1996) 290-314.

Box-like splines with nonuniform stepsize, in ``Approximation Theory VIII, Vol.\ 1: Approximation and Interpolation,'' C.K. Chui and L.L Schumaker, eds., World Scientific Publishing Co., 1995, 303-308.

Using quasi-interpolants in a result of Favard, in ``Approximation and Computation,'' R.V.M. Zahar, ed., ISNM 119, Birkh\"auser Verlag, Basel-Boston-Berlin, 1994, 353-357.

Rearrangements of conditionally integrable functions, in ``Approximation, Probability, and Related Fields,'' G. Anastassiou and S.T. Rachev, eds., Plenum Press, 1994.

Lagrange interpolation on a lattice: bounding derivatives by divided differences, J. Approx. Theory 71 (1992), 94-103.


with Dinesh Sarvate: Balanced part ternary designs: some new results, J. Combin. Math. Combin. Comput., 22 (1996), 3-11.

with Dinesh Sarvate: Balanced (Part) Ternary Designs, in ``Handbook of Combinatorial Designs,'' J. Dinitz, C. J. Colbourn, ed.s, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1996, pp. 233-238.

with Dinesh Sarvate: On ternary designs with a specified number of blocks with repeated elements, Ars Combin., 40 (1995), 129-142.

with Jennifer Seberry: A few more small defining sets for SBIBD(4t-1, 2t-1, t-1), Bull. Inst. Combin. Appl., 12 (1994), 61-64.

JAT 163

CA 15

JAT 84

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