Course Description: The second in a three-semester calculus sequence, this course is concerned primarily with the basic ideas of integral calculus and the Riemann sums that serve as its foundation. We will cover in detail the ideas of integral calculus, including integration and the fundamental theorem, techniques of integration, numerical methods, and applications of integration. Analysis of differential equations by separation of variables and Euler's method will be a part of the course, as will the ideas of convergence related to improper integrals, sequences, series and Taylor Series. Prerequisite: MATH 111 or MATH 110Y-111Y, or permission of the instructor.
This course satisfies Kenyon's quantitative reasoning (QR) requirement.
Text: Calculus from Graphical,
Numerical, and Symbolic Points of View, Volume II; 2nd Edition by A. Ostebee and
Instructor: Carol S. Schumacher
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