|Course ID:||MATH 2260. 4 hours. |
|Course Title:||Calculus II for Science and Engineering|
|Volumes, arclength, work, separable differential equations.
Techniques of integration. Sequences and series, convergence
tests, power series and Taylor series. Vectors in
three-dimensional space, dot product, cross product, lines and
|Oasis Title:||Calc II for Science and Engr|
|Duplicate Credit:||Not open to students with credit in MATH 2310H|
|Prerequisite:||MATH 2250 or MATH 2300H|
|Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year. |
|Grading System:||A-F (Traditional)|
The student will learn how to solve a variety of applied
problems using the integral, including modeling problems by
differential equations. The student will learn how to test
numerical series for convergence and then apply this to power
series and Taylor series approximations. The student will,
lastly, acquire familiarity with vector algebra and geometry
and apply this to lines and planes in three-dimensional space.
1. Review of the definition of the integral, Fundamental Theorem
of Calculus, area, and integration by substitution.
2. Volumes: cross-sections, cylindrical shells. Arclength and
surface area. Work.
3. Separable differential equations.
4. Methods of integration: integration by parts, trigonometric
substitutions, partial fractions. Improper integrals.
5. Sequences, series, convergence tests. Power series, Taylor
series and applications.
6. Vectors in three dimensions. Dot product, cross product,
lines and planes.