# MATH 182 Calculus II

This course is the second in a three-part calculus sequence. Applications include area bounded by curves, volume by rotating and slicing, arc length, work, and centers of mass. Integration techniques taught include integration by parts, partial fractions, trigonometric substitution, numerical integration, and improper integrals. Students will be introduced to hyperbolic functions, elementary differential equations, direction fields, and their applications. The study of sequences and infinite series will include tests for convergence of the various types of series, leading to power series and Taylor series. Students will also learn about parametric equations, Polar coordinates and their applications to calculus. The use of a graphing calculator will be an integral part of this course. A computer algebra system, such as MATLAB, will be introduced in this course.

### Credits

### Prerequisite

MATH 181 or equivalent with a grade of C or higher### Hours Weekly

4 hours weekly### Course Objectives

- Apply basic integral rules to solve geometry and physics application problems.
- Differentiate and integrate hyperbolic functions.
- Recognize and apply the appropriate method of integration to solve a problem.
- Approximate definite integrals numerically.
- Evaluate improper integrals.
- Determine the direction field of a differential equation.
- Solve separable differential equations.
- Determine the convergence or divergence of a sequence; and if it converges, find its limit.
- Apply the appropriate test to determine whether an infinite series converges or diverges.
- Calculate either the exact or an approximate value of a convergent infinite series.
- Approximate a function with a Taylor polynomial.
- Apply the properties of power functions to determine the radius of convergence.
- Apply calculus to understand parametrically defined curves.
- Apply calculus to understand the graphs of equations in polar coordinates.
- Use a computer algebra system as a means of discovery, to reinforce concepts, and as an efficient problem solving tool.

### Course Objectives

- Apply basic integral rules to solve geometry and physics application problems.
This objective is a course Goal Only

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- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Differentiate and integrate hyperbolic functions.
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- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Recognize and apply the appropriate method of integration to solve a problem.
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- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Approximate definite integrals numerically.
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- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Evaluate improper integrals.
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- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Determine the direction field of a differential equation.
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- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Solve separable differential equations.
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- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Determine the convergence or divergence of a sequence; and if it converges, find its limit.
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#### Learning Activity Artifact

- Other (please fill out box below)
- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

- Other (please fill out box below)
- Scoring key

- Apply the appropriate test to determine whether an infinite series converges or diverges.
This objective is a course Goal Only

#### Learning Activity Artifact

- Other (please fill out box below)
- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

- Other (please fill out box below)
- Scoring key

- Calculate either the exact or an approximate value of a convergent infinite series.
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#### Learning Activity Artifact

- Other (please fill out box below)
- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Approximate a function with a Taylor polynomial.
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#### Learning Activity Artifact

- Other (please fill out box below)
- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Apply the properties of power functions to determine the radius of convergence.
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- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Apply calculus to understand parametrically defined curves.
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#### Learning Activity Artifact

- Other (please fill out box below)
- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Apply calculus to understand the graphs of equations in polar coordinates.
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- Exam

#### Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

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- Scoring key

- Use a computer algebra system as a means of discovery, to reinforce concepts, and as an efficient problem solving tool.
This objective is a course Goal Only

#### Learning Activity Artifact

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- Project

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