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Calculus II Fall 2014

Prerequisite: Math. V1201 (Calculus I) or equivalent.

Textbook: “Calculus, Early Transcendentals” by James Stewart.
Some sections of the course require WebAssign. The cheapest option to buy the text is from the publisher at this link.

The following topics and corresponding sections of the course textbook  are likely to be covered by the instructor. The exact topics covered will be chosen by the instructor, and will vary somewhat from section to section.

  • Review of Integration and Applications
  • Review of trigonometry (Appendix D) and complex numbers (Appendix H)
  • Techniques of Integration (Chapter 7)
    (may not necessarily include approximate methods, 7.7)
  • Further Applications of Integration (Chapter 8)
    Arc Length (8.1)
  • Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates (Chapter 10)
    Curves defined by parametric equations (10.1)
    Calculus with parametric curves (10.2)
    Polar coordinates (10.3)
    Areas and lengths in polar coordinates (10.4)
  • Infinite Sequences and Series (Chapter 11)
  • Optional topics:
    More applications from Chapter 8
    Differential Equations (Chapter 9)
    Conic sections from Chapter 10

Typical syllabus

For questions either contact your instructor or the relevant person below.
Calculus Director: Professor Robert Lipshitz
Calculus II Coordinator: Professor Walter Neumann

Fall 2014 Calculus II Sections:

Section Time Location Instructor E-mail Office
001 MW 10:10am-11:25am TBA Walter Neumann (coordinator) 616
002 MW 11:40am-12:55am TBA Xin Wan 427
003 MW 1:10pm-2:25pm TBA Xin Wan 427
004 MW 2:40-3:55pm TBA Julien Dubedat 601
005 MW 6:10pm-7:25pm TBA Daniel R Gulotta 206
006 TR 10:10am-11:25am TBA Salim A Altug 517
007 TR 11:40am-12:55pm TBA Salim A Altug 517
008 TR 6:10pm-7:25pm TBA Chuen Ming Mike Wong 206

Help Room Schedule: 333 Milbank Hall, Barnard Campus

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