Calculus II

Calculus II
Course Number: 
Math 1700

Course Description
This course is devoted to the study of elementary transcendental functions, techniques and applications of integration, sequences, series, power series with applications, parametric equations, and polar coordinates.

Prerequisites

Sections Covered from Calculus (8th edition) by James Stewart

Calculus Help Sessions are free tutoring sessions which provide assistance with homework to all Math 1700 students. These sessions are held throughout the current semester (with the exception of breaks).                                                                                                                                                                           

Final Exam Room Locations:

Conservation Aud.  (Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Bldg.)

sec. 6, 13  (Michael Pang)     

sec. 18  (Dana Weston)     

sec. 4, 9, 12 (Elena Koucherik)  

sec. 2, 21 (Dilan Fernando)   

 

Keller Aud. (Geological Sciences Bldg.)

sec. 5  (Tanya Christiansen)  

sec. 3  (Yuri Latushkin )  

sec. 1  (Calin Chindris)     

sec. 10, 19  (Ryan Richey)       

sec. 17  (Killian Meehan)    

 

Strickland Hall, Room 208 

sec. 11 (Carlo Morpurgo)