CALCULUS II SECTION 4 SPRING 2018 UPDATE PAGE

SITARAMAN


Here you will see information on what was covered in class, upcoming quizzes, and solutions to exams
CHECK HERE EVERYDAY !

SCROLL DOWN BELOW TO SEE SOLUTIONS OF TESTS AND QUIZZES FROM THIS COURSE

COURSE PAGE WITH GENERAL INFORMATION (GRADING, ETC)

Tentative schedule of daily topics (SYLLABUS)

TESTS AND QUIZZES FROM FALL 2013

OLD FINAL EXAMS

FOR SOLUTIONS FOR OLD TESTS from FALL 2010, SPRING 2009 ETC.,  go to OLD COURSES.
Click on the desired course, then click on UPDATE.


You can get into the online homework website Webassign using the class key:   howard 7760 2130
QUICK START INSTRUCTION to see how to get started. Look under "SELF-ENROLMENT" OPTION
You will need an access code that came with the ebook or in the textbook at the time of purchase.

TUTORIAL LAB everyday 9am-6pm in ASB-B room 109

EXAMS WILL BE ANNOUNCED BELOW

1/19/2018, 7.30pm
Today we discussed area between curves.
Please note that I drew the graph for problem 10 by mistake, when we did problem 6.
Both problem 10 and 6 have sinx and x but in 10 it is x times something.
Having just x makes it much simpler.
I have uploaded the correct graph in the notes below.
Notes from today.

Please try problems 1, 9,11,15,17, 49,53 from 6.1.
If you have questions on them we can go over them on monday.
Some of them might show up in first quiz next week.


1/19/2018
There was a typo in problem 5b of the concept test below.
It should read "if f'(x)=g'(x) then f(x) = g(x)."
The typo has been corrected.


1/17/2018
Sorry for delay in uploading this.
Please do the concept test below. You have upto wednesday 24th.
Notes from class today: Introduction and a bit of history
Powerpoint on basic idea of finding volume using integration


1/9/2018
In the first week we will discuss basic concepts of calculus, from Calculus I, area under curves, and a bit of history: an ancient Egyptian papyrus discussion of the "Rule of Single False Position"-- this can be thought of as a rudimentary form of Newton's method of approximating solutions using tangent and secant lines.

Please do the Calculus review problems by friday the 19th.
Please go over your answers with me by same date to get extra credit.

If you need to review Calculus I material, here are the TESTS AND QUIZZES FROM FALL 2017 CALCULUS I

Please read this paper, if you are interested, about the ancient Egyptian papyrus discussion of the "Rule of Double False Position."
This can be thought of as a rudimentary form of Newton's method of approximating solutions using tangent and secant lines.
Also read about how Egyptians may have figured out a formula for volume of frustum of a pyramid.