Calculus II
Calendar
This is a tentative schedule that may be changed based on the needs of the students, the needs of the instructor, or any apocalyptic events that may occur during the semester.
1:
Wednesday 
Introduction

Thursday 
Review

Friday 
Area between two curves

2:
Monday 
volume with cross sections

Wednesday 
density and average value

Thursday 
Group quiz 
Friday 
volumes of revolution (horizontal lines)

3:
Monday 
volumes of revolution (vertical lines)

Wednesday 
shell method

Thursday 
Group quiz 
Friday 
integration by parts

4:
Monday 
trigonometric integrals

Wednesday 
trigonometric integrals
work and energy

Thursday 
Review 
Friday 
Exam 1

5:
Monday 
trigonometric substitution

Wednesday 
trigonometric substitution
partial fractions

Thursday 
Group quiz 
Friday 
partial fractions

6:
Monday 
strategies for integration

Wednesday 
review limits at infinity from Calculus I improper integrals

Thursday 
Group quiz 
Friday 
numeric integration

7:
Monday 
arc length

Wednesday 
surface area

Thursday 
Group quiz 
Friday 
center of mass (centroid)

8:
Monday 
center of mass (centroid)

Wednesday 
probability

Thursday 
Review 
Friday 
Exam 2

9:
Monday 
New groups and review exam Taylor polynomials

Wednesday 
solving differential equations

Thursday 
Group quiz 
Friday 
slope fields

10:
Monday 
Euler's method
first order linear differential equations

Wednesday 
first order linear differential equations

Thursday 
Group quiz 
Friday 
Sequences

11:
Monday 
Series

Wednesday 
Convergence of positive terms

Thursday 
Group quiz 
Friday 
Convergence of positive terms

12:
Monday 
Practice day

13:
Monday 
absolute and conditional convergence

Wednesday 
ratio and root tests

Thursday 
Read "Determine which test to apply" (10.5) Review 
Friday 
Exam 3

14:
Monday 
Power series
Taylor series

Wednesday 
Taylor series
Return exam and discuss 
Thursday 
Group quiz 
Friday 
review 
15:
Monday 
reviewstudent evals 
Wednesday 
review 
Thursday 
Group quiz

Friday 
Review 
Final exam
 approved graphing calculator
 one page of notes (onesided, handwritten)
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