# Calculus II

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*Let epsilon be less than zero.* —Anonymous

## Course Information

A second calculus course builds on Calculus I by focusing on integration, applications of integration, and convergence. This course is often considered one of the most intense courses in the major, so plan accordingly!

More course information is available on D2L.

### Requirements

- Growth mindset!
- Rogawski, J. & Adams, C. (2015).
*Single Variable Calculus, 3rd edition, Early transcendentals*. ISBN-13: 978-1-4641-7174-1

### Recommendations

**Approved calculators**include graphing calculators without wireless capabilities and without computer algebra systems (e.g., TI-89 or TI-94).- Attempt book problems before class. This will inform you what you need to learn.
- Use study groups outside of class to discuss problems.
- Recommended review: Algebra rules
- Khan Academy: calculus videos and practice problems

### Research background

- Better learning through hand writing (Science Daily, 2011)
- Nix the Tricks (Cardone)
- Improve students' learning with effective learning techniques (Dunlosky, et al., 2013, page 45)
- Influence of experience and deliberate practice on the development of superior expert performance (Ericsson, 2006)