Prerequisite: Calculus I, or equivalent.
Textbook: 9th edition of “Calculus, Early Transcendentals” by James Stewart. See Calculus Classes webpage for more information.
Some sections of the course require WebAssign.
- Review of integration and applications
- Review of trigonometry (Appendix D) and complex numbers (Appendix H)
- Techniques of integration (Chapter 7). May not include approximate methods (§7.7)
- Volume of solids of revolution (§6.2, 6.3)
- Further applications of integration: arc length (§8.1), area of surfaces of revolution (§8.2)
- Differential equations (Chapter 9)
- Infinite sequences and series (Chapter 11)
Topics may vary slightly from section to section.
A sample syllabus for the course is available.
Information on Calculus Classes:
- Calculus Placement
- options to buy the course textbook
- answers to frequently asked questions
Calculus Director: George Dragomir
Calculus II Coordinator: George Dragomir
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