2013-14 Catalog

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Offering Description

Calculus II (B)

Winter 2014 quarter

Faculty
Allen Mauney mathematics, history of science
Fields of Study
mathematics and physics
Preparatory for studies or careers in
mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science, economics, health-care related fields
Prerequisites
Calculus I
Description

This class continues the calculus sequence after Calculus I. The main focus of the class will be on applications of the integral, especially on problems from the physical sciences. The definite integral will be defined intuitively as the area under a curve and rigorously as the limit of partial sums. Techniques of anti-differentiation including u-substitution, parts, trigonometric integrals, trigonometric substitutions, and partial fraction decompostition will be thoroughly covered. Additional topics will include polar coordinates and parametric functions.

Advertised Schedule
6-10p Thu
Location
Olympia
Online Learning
Hybrid Online Learning < 25% Delivered Online
Books
Greener Store
Offered During
Evening