Calculus 2 and 3

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Summer 2018 quarter (Second Session)

Taught by

mathematics, history of science

Prerequisites

Differential Calculus (Calculus 1)

The program is divided into two major topics: integral calculus and multivariable calculus. The integral is developed as the area under a curve and approximated using various numerical methods. The Riemann Integral is introduced rigorously. The connection between anti-differentiation and the definite integral is made via the FTC. A standard variety of integration techniques are used to solve applied problems in geometry and the physical sciences. Differential equations are introduced. Multivariable calculus including gradients and multiple integrals are formally developed and used to strongly reinforce the idea of the derivative and the integral. Taylor polynomials are briefly introduced. Expected credit equivalencies are 4 - Integral Calculus and 4 - Topics in Multivariable Calculus. 

Program Details

Fields of Study

mathematics

Preparatory For

Mathematics, Physical Science, Computer Science, Economics, Education

Quarters

Summer Open

Location and Schedule

Campus Location

Olympia

Time Offered

Day

Advertised Schedule

Mon-Thur 9am-1pm

Online Learning

Enhanced Online Learning