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Math 227 - Calculus II

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MATH 227 Calculus II Course Syllabus Spring 2009 Lectures Every TuTh 11 00 12 15pm in TH 409 Instructor Office Phone Office Hours Email Yitwah Cheung TH 950 415 338 1805 M 2 3pm Tu 12 20 1 20pm and by appt ycheung sfsu edu Dr Jamylle Carter TH 950 415 338 1805 TTh 12 15 1 15pm and by appt jlc sfsu edu Discussion Every F 11 10 12 00pm in TH 211 Instructor Office Phone Office Hours Email Abdelhak Maoujoudi SCI 264 415 338 1737 MW 9 20 10am and by appt abmaoujoudi sfsu edu Prerequisites Math 226 with a grade of C or better Bulletin Description The second semester of Calculus integration area between curves volume integration by parts partial fractions improper integrals parametric equations infinite sequences and series an introduction to Mathematica Course Objectives The main objective of Calculus II is for students to continue learning the basics of the calculus of functions of one variable They will study both the concepts and techniques of integration parametric equations and infinite sequences and series culminating with Taylor series They will also apply these ideas to a wide range of problems that include area between curves volume work arc length and surface area They will study approximate integration a topic that will involve an introduction to Mathematica The students should be able to interpret the concepts of Calculus algebraically graphically and verbally More generally the students will improve their ability to think critically to analyze a problem and solve it using a wide array of tools These skills will be invaluable to them in whatever path they choose to follow be it as a mathematics major or in pursuit of a career in one of the other sciences Upon successful completion of the course students should be able to 1 Integration skills Evaluate definite indefinite and improper integrals exactly using basic integration techniques such as substitution integration by parts and partial fractions Applications Setup integrals to compute areas volumes and



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