Calculus has it limits. —Anonymous
A second calculus course builds on Calculus I by focusing on integration, applications of integration, and convergence.
More course information is available on D2L.
- Growth mindset!
- Rogawski, J. & Adams, C. (2015). Single Variable Calculus, 3rd edition, Early transcendentals. ISBN-13: 978-1-4641-7174-1
- Approved calculators include graphing calculators without wireless capabilities and without computer algebra systems (e.g., TI-89 or TI-94).
- Attempt WeBWorK and book problems before class. This will inform you what you need to learn.
- Use study groups outside of class to discuss problems.
- Mix up problem sets when doing practice problems. For example, try problem from 1.1, then 1.2, then 1.3, then back to 1.1, etc.
- Math Lab
- Khan Academy: calculus videos and practice problems
- 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)