CALCULUS II (4 semester hours) Continuation of MATH 229.
PREREQUISITE: MATH 229 with a grade of C or better.
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Click for the homework list.
WITHDRAWAL: The last day for undergraduates to withdraw from a full-semester course is Friday, March 10.
GRADING: Grades for MATH 230 will be assigned on the basis of 650 points, as follows:
CALCULATORS: Students are asked to have a graphing calculator with roughly the capabilities of the TI-83. You will find this useful for investigating the concepts of the class, so you can experiment with additional examples. You may also want to verify parts of your homework calculations. Calculators are NOT allowed during the final exam; all of the problems can be solved without their use.
by Stewart (published by CENGAGE Learning)
Some additional references:
Thomas and Finney, Calculus and Analytic Geometry.
Edwards and Penney, Calculus and Analytic Geometry.
Swokowski, Calculus with Analytic Geometry.
Leithold, The Calculus with Analytic Geometry.
Academic honesty and mutual respect (student with student and instructor with student) are expected in this course.
Mutual respect includes being on time for class and not leaving early, being prepared to give full attention to class work,
not reading newspapers or other material in class, not using cell phones or pagers during class time, and not looking at another student's work during exams.
Academic misconduct, as defined by the Student Judicial Code, will not be treated lightly.
DRC STATEMENT: Northern Illinois University is committed to providing an accessible educational environment in collaboration with the Disability Resource Center (DRC). Any student requiring an academic accommodation due to a disability should let his or her faculty member know as soon as possible. Students who need academic accommodations based on the impact of a disability will be encouraged to contact the DRC if they have not done so already. The DRC is located on the 4th floor of the Health Services Building, and can be reached at 815-753-1303 or email@example.com.
The Calculus I homepage
with links to help expand your background knowledge.
Suggested exercises not from the textbook: Note that many of these are unchanged from previous semesters, so they have "Spring 2012" in the title.
PREVIOUS FINAL EXAMS: Note that the course changes and so do the exams. Our goal is to help you learn the material in Calculus 2, not specifically to prepare you for the final exam.
TUTORING The Math Assistance Center provides free tutoring in Calculus I and II in DuSable 326.
RESOURCES ON THE WEB:
ADVICE: Perhaps the single most important factor in your success in this course is your study habits. Think of learning math as "working out" in the gym. Study at least 3 times per week; do not wait until the day before the exam. Learn mathematics like you would learn a language. Work on the concepts until they make sense. Don't just memorize facts and then forget them a few weeks later. You will need to know this stuff for Calculus III and other courses. Master each homework problem---beyond just getting a correct answer. Be aware of your mistakes in algebra and trigonometry. Always come to class! While you're there, listen, think, and ask questions.
Last update: Jan 04, 2017 (D. Grubb)