## CALCULUS II

## INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION:

### Shannon Gracey

*Phone:* (619) 421-6700 ext. 5517

*Office Hours:* Room 320D, MW, from 1:30PM-2:05PM, TTH from 2:00PM-3:30PM

*e—mail:* sgracey@swccd.edu

*web page:* http://www.swccd.edu/~sgracey

**STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:****
**

### Upon successful completion of Math 251, the student
should be able to:

Choose and apply appropriate integration techniques.

Model and solve problems involving areas, volume,
work and elementary differential equations.

Apply Calculus techniques using polar and parametric
equations including: slope of tangent lines, arc length, graphing, and areas.
Find and apply power series representations of functions and determine possible
errors, radius of convergence, and corresponding derivatives and integrals.

Determine if sequences or series converge or diverge
using appropriate theorems.

**COURSE DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE:**

Hyperbolic functions, techniques of integration,
plane analytic geometry, polar coordinates, infinite series, and parametric
equations. Inverse trigonometric functions, applications of integration (surface
area, work, moments) L'Hospital's rule and indeterminate forms. Graphing calculator
is required. [D; CSU; UC; CAN-Math 20]

**PREREQUISITE:**

MATH 250

**RECOMMENDED PREPARATION:**

RDG 56 or the equivalent skill level as determined
by the Southwestern College Reading Assessment or equivalent

## ANNOTATED LECTURE PDF FILES

## IN-CLASS WORKSHEETS

## HOMEWORK:

SEMESTER
HOMEWORK LIST

## SOLUTIONS:

EXAMS

WORKSHEET 5.8

CHAPTER
4 REVIEW #13

WORKSHEET
9.3-9.6

## HANDOUTS:

SYLLABUS

TENTATIVE SPRING
2011 SCHEDULE

TRIGONOMETRY
REVIEW

CALCULUS & TRIG
FORMULAS

LINEAR REGRESSION

## USEFUL LINKS:

CALCULUS
I WEB PAGE

TRIGONOMETRY HANDOUTS

PRECALCULUS HANDOUTS

SURFING
DERIVATIVE

TI
CALCULATOR STEP-BY-STEP TUTORIALS

VISUAL
CALCULUS

9.1 Powerpoint

9.2 Powerpoint

9.3 Powerpoint

9.4 Powerpoint

9.5 Powerpoint

9.6 Powerpoint

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