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Summer 2015

Chui

MAT 2312

These notes cover a review of lecture material discussed during week 6- to prepare for week 7

These notes cover the first topics of Calc II (i.e. Integration by parts, tabular method, etc)

This study guides reviews improper integrals of infinite area over finite intervals and infinite intervals, as well as p-integrals and how to solve for when p-integrals converge.

Notes for week 2 of MAC2312

These notes cover the tests used in calculus for the second exam.

From 8/21/17 to 9/1/17 L1 to L6 Integration of trig

Notes cover lectures 1-13.

This study will go over different methods of integration and the beginning how to find limits. Useful for the first quarter Calculus 2 exam.

New class notes with infinite series and fractal decomposition

These notes cover Limit of a sequence, Squeeze Theorem, Related Function Theorem, Absolute Convergence Theorem, Geometric Sequence Theorem.

These notes cover the Monotonic Sequence Theorem

A review of 5 techniques that can be employed to find a limit of an infinite sequence.

Notes that cover in detail lectures 16 and 17

finding the sums of series using partial sums or for special series.

finding the limit of recursive sequences which are not arithmetic or geometric

Includes descriptions and examples of how to find sums of sequences

Refresher on all theorems and tests for sequences and series.

Includes information about how to find out if a series diverges or converges

Comprehensive review of Exam 2 Material, with worked and relevant problems for each topic

Notes on calc 2 Power series written in within

Worked out power series representation for e^x, sin(x), and cos(x)

Integration by parts

Two problems "Complete the 10th derivative of f(x) = arctan(x^2/3) at x=0." "Evaluate f'''''(0) of f(x) = (x^5)(e^(x^3))"

Taylor series Power series

Parametric equations

This is the material for EXAM 3 (not the final). 9 pages of review and general strategies for solving problems, color coded.

Power Series, Taylor Series, and Maclaurin Series; Parametric Curves and Polar Curves

These notes will be on the last section in the lecture notes

This will be notes on what will be on the final math exam

Notes written almost word for word of what the lecturer wrote down.

These notes cover L1-L13