Calculus II for Science and Engineering
Volumes, arclength, work, separable differential equations. Techniques of integration. Sequences and series, convergence tests, power series and Taylor series. Vectors in three-dimensional space, dot product, cross product, lines and planes.
Syllabus and General Information
- Course Syllabus
- Class Time and Place:
- Section 47221 - Boyd Graduate Research Center (1023), Room: 322, TR 9:30-10:45
- Section 47221 - Food Science Building (1020), Room: 202, M 12:20-13:10
- Office Hours: TR 10:50-11:40, and/or by appointment.
- Course overview can be found here.
- Textbook: University Calculus: Early Transcendentals, by Hass, Weir & Thomas, Third Edition
- Additional Reading Material:
- Calculus: Early Transcendentals, by James Stewart, 8th Edition
- Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions, by Ron Larson, Bruce H. Edwards, 6th Edition
- Calculus: Early Transcendentals, by William L. Briggs, Lyle Cochran, Bernard Gillett, 2nd Edition
- eLearning Commons (eLC) for grades, etc.
- Free tutoring:
- WebWork for online HMW assignments.
- WebWork server is moved onto the UGA VPN. This means that you will be not able to access the server from off-campus without logging into the VPN. Keep in mind that you will need to have ArchPass Duo installed to access the VPN.
- Your homework grade for each homework set is the number of WebWork problems you answered correctly in that set. I will add them up, scale them to 100 at the end of the semester.
- Matlab, Mathematica, and Maple are strong scientific software for symbolic or numeric computations. You can get a copy of Matlab from UGA licensed software website or here.
- Withdrawal Deadline is March 19, Monday.
- Midterms will be in the regular classroom. Final will be a cumulative exam.
- Your practice problems for the tests are the HMW assignments. You will not need a calculator for the test. Waiting for the last office hour before the test to ask questions is not a good practice, as there may be more traffic and less time to answer yours.
- It is important for you to understand that correct answers alone does not help much without a through solution. Please read the Written Work section in the Syllabus.
- Please write down some information about your mathematical background (your major, the math courses you have taken so far, the best or worst practices you liked or disliked in your previous math classes, how you feel about math in general, your expectations from this course, or anything else you would like to inform me about related to the course) on a plain piece of paper and turn in on Monday, 8th.
- New WebWork problems are assigned and due on Thursday (1/25).
- You are not responsible for the WebWork problems 6.5.5, 6.5.6, 6.5.7, 6.5.8, 6.5.9. 6.5.15. Please skip those problems.
- Power in Boyd is out and will likely to be out tomorrow (Tuesday, Jan 30) at least until mid-day. This means two things: (1) We need to cancel the class tomorrow and make up the work in some other way as possible. (2) The math department servers (which support our webwork) are also currently down. As a result, you will not be able to access webwork until they are online again. Depending on when they will be restored, I'll consider extending the deadline for the current assignment.
- The quiz on Thursday (2/1) is cancelled.
- The deadline for the last Webwork assignment is extended to next Monday (2/5).
- Midterm 1 will be over Chapters 6, 7, and 8 and Midterm 2 will be over Chapter 9. Final exam is comprehensive.
- There will be 5-7 problems in the test. You will need to remember the formulas. Your practice problems are the homework problems.
- Quiz for the next week (3/8) is cancelled.
- The second midterm will exactly be like the first one. You will have questions from sections 9.1-9.6 (inclusive) in the test.
- For the second midterm preparation, do not forget to go over the problems we discussed in class; especially the ones related to error analysis.
- Corrected solutions are due Monday, 4/16/18. Here are the questions.
- Here are the extra practice problems..
- The deadline for the extra practice problems is extended to Monday, 4/30.
- Your Webwork grade will be scaled to 100 and be posted under Homework column in ELC.
- Including extra points, your total grade will be evaluated out of 600 pts.
- Good luck in your future endeavors and with your career.
Additional textbook assignments will be posted here, if any. You need to turn in written solutions for these.
- HMW 1: 5.4.53
Tentative Daily Schedule
H - homework assignment, Q - quiz, M - midterm, F - final exam, R - review, P - practice problems, W - withdrawal deadline, RD - reading day, SP - spring break.
|Week 1||1/1:||1/2:||1/3:||1/4: Syllabus, Chapter 5 Review||1/5:|
|Week 2||1/8: Sec 6.1||1/9: Sec 6.1, 6.2||1/10||1/11: Sec 6.2, 6.3, H1, Q1||1/12|
|Week 3||1/15: MLK Holiday||1/16: Sec 6.4||1/17:||1/18: Canceled||1/19:|
|Week 4||1/22: Sec 6.5||1/23: Sec 6.6||1/24:||1/25: Sec 7.2, Q2||1/26:|
|Week 5||1/29: Sec 8.1||1/30: Canceled||1/31:||2/1: Sec 8.2||2/2:|
|Week 6||2/5: Sec 8.3||2/6: Sec 8.4||2/7:||2/8: Sec 8.6, Q3||2/9:|
|Week 7||2/12: Sec 8.7||2/13: Sec 9.1||2/14:||2/15: Sec 9.2, Q4||2/16:|
|Week 8||2/19: Sec 9.3||2/20: Sec 9.4||2/21:||2/22: M1||2/23:|
|Week 9||2/26: Sec 9.4||2/27: Sec 9.5||2/28:||3/1: Sec 9.5, Q5||3/2:|
|Week 10||3/5: Sec 9.6||3/6: Sec 9.6||3/7:||3/8: Sec 9.7, Q6||3/9:|
|Week 11||3/12: SB||3/13: SB||3/14: SB||3/15: SB||3/16: SB|
|Week 12||3/19: Sec 9.7, W||3/20: Sec 9.8||3/21:||3/22: Sec 9.8, Q7||3/23:|
|Week 13||3/26: Sec 9.9||3/27: Sec 9.9||3/28:||3/29: Sec 9.10, Q8||3/30:|
|Week 14||4/2: Sec 9.10||4/3: Sec 11.1||4/4:||4/5: M2||4/6:|
|Week 15||4/9: Sec 11.1||4/10: Sec 11.2||4/11:||4/12: Sec 11.2, Q9||4/13:|
|Week 16||4/16: Sec 11.3||4/17: Sec 11.3||4/18:||4/19: Sec 11.4, Q10||4/20:|
|Week 17||4/23: Sec 11.4||4/24: Sec 11.5||4/25:||4/26: RD||4/27:|
|Week 18||4/30: F (12:00-3:00pm)||5/1:||5/2:||5/3:||5/4:|