# Fall 2013: Calculus II

 Course syllabus [PDF] Please note that all sections of this course will use an online learning management system provided by Pearson, found online at at http://www.coursecompass.com. This page contains your homework assignments (completed online only), as well as an online gradebook which you may use to track your progress in the course. If you have not used the system within the last 24 months, you must purchase access to the myPearson system provided with your textbook. To add this course, use the code: shaw20041 Dec. 10, 2013 As promised, solutions to the final exam review, and solutions to Quiz 5. Homework 11 solutions are forthcoming. Final exam review [PDF] Final exam review solutions [PDF] Dec. 3, 2013 Discussed Taylor series (not on the final), and took Quiz 5. Quiz 5 [PDF] Quiz 5 solutions [PDF] Dec. 3, 2013 Chapter 10.6. Homework 11 [PDF] Nov. 26, 2013 Chapter 10.5. Homework 10 solutions [PDF] Nov. 21, 2013 Handed back quiz 4 (solutions below), and discussed chapter 10.4 on the comparison and limit comparison tests. Quiz 4 [PDF] Quiz 4 solutions [PDF] Nov. 19, 2013 Quiz 4 in class, and Chapter 10.3 on the integral test. Homework 10 [PDF] Homework 9 solutions [PDF] Nov. 12, 2013 Chapter 10.1, on sequences and convergence. Will proceed to 10.2 on series and convergence, if time. Homework 8 solutions [PDF] Nov. 7, 2013 Covered convergence tests in more detail, and handed out homework 9. Homework 9 [PDF] Nov. 5, 2013 Covered more from the chapter on improper integrals, and began a discussion of convergence tests, which will be covered further on Thursday. Homework 7 solutions [PDF] Quiz 3 REDEMPTION solutions [PDF] Oct. 31, 2013 Continued to cover limits, from chapter 4.5, and handed out a REDEMPTION for quiz 3: complete the REDEMPTION quiz and if it's better than your original Quiz 3 grade, it replaces it. Homework 8 [PDF] Quiz 3 REDEMPTION [PDF] Oct. 29, 2013 Quiz 3 in class, and began the section on improper integrals, leading to a discussion of limits. Quiz 3 [PDF] Quiz 3 solutions [PDF] Oct. 24, 2013 Hand back homework 6, and cover partial fraction decomposition. Homework 7 is due next Thursday in class. Homework 7 [PDF] Homework 6 solutions [PDF] Oct. 22, 2013 Midterm exams handed back, and covered trigonometric substitution. Midterm exam [PDF] Midterm exam solutions [PDF] Oct. 15, 2013 Midterm exam review and final deadline for Homework 5. Midterm review solutions [PDF] Homework 5 solutions [PDF] Oct. 10, 2013 Covered Chapter 8.1-8.2 on integration by parts and trigonometric integrals. Also, note that the midterm is *next week* in class. Next week's Tuesday class will be devoted to review for the exam. We will cover the problems on the review (attached below), but please bring any other questions you may have. Also note that Homework 6 is due the day of the midterm, so if you think you will struggle to finish it on time, please try to do it by Tuesday. Homework 6 [PDF] Midterm Exam review [PDF] Oct. 3, 2013 Covered Chapter 7.2 on Differential Equations, and handed out homework 5. Homework 5 [PDF] Oct. 1, 2013 Took Quiz 2 in class (see quiz and solutions below). Following the quiz, we covered chapter 7.1 on a new approach to logarithmic and exponential functions. Quiz 2 [PDF] Quiz 2 solutions [PDF] Sep. 26, 2013 Covered chapter 6.5, on work and physics applications. Homework 4, due on Thursday, Oct. 3, in class: [PDF] Solutions to Homework 3 [PDF] Sep. 19, 2013 We continued with chapter 6.2 on cylindrical shells, and covered chapter 6.3 on arc-length. Homework 3, due on Thursday, Sept. 26, in class: [PDF] Solutions to Homework 2 [PDF] Sep. 17, 2013 Covered chapter 6.2 on cylindrical shells, and took Quiz 1 in class. Quiz 1 [PDF] Quiz 1 solutions [PDF] Sep. 10, 2013 We covered material from chapter 5.6 on areas between curves, as well as beginning chapter 6.1 on volume by cross-sections. Homework 2, due on Tuesday, Sept. 17, in class: [PDF] Solutions to Homework 1 [PDF] Sep. 3, 2013 The first day of class will be spent covering (or reviewing, depending on your perspective) some of the important techniques from the end of Calculus I, including the fundamental theorem of calculus, Riemann sums, and integration by substitution. For a good perspective on the way the course will run, including links to old quizzes and exams, see the course webpage from the spring 2013 semester here. Homework 1, due on Tuesday, Sept. 10, in class: [PDF] 