Calculus II

Spring, 2007

**Local links**

Course syllabus

Course calendar

Homework assignments

Class frameworks (all frameworks compiled into single file; kept reasonably up to date)

Information for:

Algebra: Grading Codes | Top Algebra Errors Made by Calculus Students

Some thoughts about good mathematics students and suggestions on how one might improve

Professor Scofield's homepage

Course calendar

Homework assignments

Class frameworks (all frameworks compiled into single file; kept reasonably up to date)

Information for:

In-class exams:
Exam 1,
Exam 2,
Exam 3,
Exam 4

Final exam: Integration Review, Series Review, General Info

KnightVision
(use for getting exam solutions and checking the accuracy
of homework scores)Final exam: Integration Review, Series Review, General Info

Algebra: Grading Codes | Top Algebra Errors Made by Calculus Students

Some thoughts about good mathematics students and suggestions on how one might improve

Professor Scofield's homepage

**
Related links**

Links
for MATH 161 material

**Integration**:
Online Mathematica integrator

Applet to carry out numerical integration

**Functions of two variables**:

Parametrized surfaces: a torus | a helicoid

Changes of variables: polar to rectangular coordinates | a nonlinear transformation

The meaning of cylindrical coordinates

An illustration of the parametrization of a line

Applet to carry out numerical integration

plotter providing graph, contour plots and directional derivatives

The relationship between level curves and a particular surface

An illustration of the meaning of directional derivatives

A tangent plane applet

Some demos of multiple integration by Riemann sums (Paul Blanchard, Boston Univ.)

Quadric
surfaces and their cross-sectionsThe relationship between level curves and a particular surface

An illustration of the meaning of directional derivatives

A tangent plane applet

Some demos of multiple integration by Riemann sums (Paul Blanchard, Boston Univ.)

Parametrized surfaces: a torus | a helicoid

Changes of variables: polar to rectangular coordinates | a nonlinear transformation

The meaning of cylindrical coordinates

An illustration of the parametrization of a line

**
Software links**

The Mathematics Visualization
Toolkit, a powerful, free tool for graphing functions

Mozilla's homepage, for downloading its Firefox browser (version 1.5 for Windows)

Mozilla's homepage, for downloading its Firefox browser (version 1.5 for Windows)

This page maintained by:
Thomas L. Scofield

Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
Calvin College