1. Given a function, a student will be able to recognize
and apply the appropriate technique(s) to find the derivative of the function.
2. Given a function, a student will be able to recognize and apply the appropriate
technique(s) to find the integral of the function.
3. Given an applied problem from differential or integral calculus, a student
will be able to recognize and demonstrate an appropriate technique to solve
the problem.
This second course in a threesemester calculus sequence covers advanced integration techniques, improper integrals, infinite series, conic sections, parametric equations, and polar coordinates. The course is designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors.
MATH 150 with a grade of “C” or better, or a qualifying score on the Math Competency Exam (MCE).
week 1 lectures: 
week 10 lectures: 
week 2 lectures: 
week 11 lectures: 
week 3 lectures: 
week 12 lectures: 
week 4 lectures: 
week 13 lectures: 
week 5 lectures: 
week 14 lectures: 
week 6 lectures: 
week 15 lectures: 
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week 8 lectures:  week 17 lectures: 
week 9 lectures: 

9.3 WORKSHEET  
6.1 worksheet  9.4 WORKSHEET 
6.2 worksheet  
6.3 worksheet  
8.1 worksheet  WS 9.39.6 
8.2 WORKSHEET  WS 9.7 
8.3 WORKSHEET  WS 9.8 
8.4 WORKSHEET  WS 9.9 
8.5 WORKSHEET  
8.7 worksheet  WS 10.1 
WS 10.3  
Chapter 8 practice  WS 10.4 
9.1 WORKSHEET  WS CH. 10 REVIEW 

EXAMS
EXAM 1  EXAM 2 
EXAM 3 
EXAM 4 
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