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MATH 1220 Calculus II is a Mathematics course at Tulane. 3 elite notetakers have produced 9 study materials for this Mathematics course.
The first page of notes is from the first day of class. It covers some methods to take integrals. The later pages are from last semester's Calculus I class (MATH 1210) covering all sections involving integrals.
Integration by Parts with multiple examples and helpful tips to identify how to split a function into effective parts.
These notes cover trigonometric integrals, specifically taking integrals of combinations of sinx, cosx, tanx, and secx. Trigonometric identities are also covered.
These notes from 1/26/18 cover how to take integrals of functions by substituting trig functions.
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Methods of Integration including
* u substitution
* integration by parts
* trigonometric integrals
* trigonometric substitution
These notes cover what will be on the upcoming midterm (2/20/18).
These notes cover how to solve separable differential equations
These notes cover what's going to be on the exam.
Study guide AND worked solutions to the review problems.
These notes cover chapter 11.1
These notes cover CH 11.2 Series
These notes cover CH 11.3 and 11.4
These notes cover CH 11.5 and 11.6
These notes cover ch 11.7
These notes cover chapters 11.8-11.9 Part A
These notes cover the second half of Taylor and Maclaurin Series including how to work with binomial series. This also includes an overall review of 11.1-11.10
These notes cover additional topics for a Calc II course: arc length, parametric equations, and uncovering the calculus of parametric curves. These concepts review some fundamentals of calculus and include applying derivatives and integrals to finding equations about parametric curves.
These notes cover the MAIN topics that will be on the Calculus II final: Integration techniques, Differential equations, and Sequences and Series. Refer to class notes for additional topics from CH 8 and CH 10 (arc length and parametric equations).