MATH 1421 Calculus II
Fall 2024
Dr. Michael Prophet Office Hours: Office: WRT 320 or by appointment Office Phone: 273-2104 prophet@math.uni.edu
9:30-10:45am MWF; WRT 205 / 110 www.math.uni.edu/~prophet/courses/Calculus2 Go Here For Assignments Go Here For Announcements Final Exam: 10:00 - 11:50 a.m. Wednesday, December 18
3. Differential
Equations (Chapter 11)
4. Series and
Approximations (Chapters 9 and 10)
There will be an exam covering each Category
1. anti-differentiate products of functions by parts
2. recognize
and implement appropriate techniques to anti-differentiate
products of
trigonometric functions and
decompose a rational integrand using partial fractions
3. apply basic
anti-differentiation techniques to selected problems arising
in various fields such as physical
modeling
4. approximate definite integrals via numerical methods
5.
interpret the concept of a series as the sum of a sequence, and
use the sequence of
partial sums to determine convergence of a series
6. decide whether an infinite series converges using a variety of test
7. determine the Taylor series of the nth order and
determine an upper bound on its
remainder
8. solve first and second order differential equations
Course Description:
Integration techniques, sequences and series, applications.
Quizzes |
100 points |
4 exams |
400 points |
100%-90% |
A |
89%-80% |
B |
79%-70% |
C |
69%-50% |
D |
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