Calculus II, Section 4, MATH 1220, Spring 2008, 12:55-1:45 pm, JWB 335
- Course Syllabus
- Office Hours: Wednesday after class (1:50-2:40), Friday before class (12:00-12:45), and by appointment
- Overflow Codes: The class is full. I will give at most ten overflow codes. I will not email them. You must ask me for it in person after class.
Homework assignments will posted at least one week prior to the due date.
Slope Field Calculator (Section 6.7)
- The slope field calculator I used in class can be found here. Thanks to the java applet author, Marek Rychlik. Thanks also to the Michigan Math Department that I linked to.
Graphs of Inverse Trigonometric Functions (Section 6.8)
The following demos are from Demos with Positive Impact and were created by David R. Hill of Temple University. (In the following, when a function is written in a color, that corresponds to the color on the graph.)
- Here is a visualization of graphing sin x and its inverse.
- Here is a visualization of graphing cos x and its inverse.
- Here is a visualization of graphing tan x and its inverse.
- Try to answer the questions about the black line. To check your answers click here.
Chapter 7: Techniques of Integraion
- Standard Integral Slides No one has become a ninja by reading a book or watching someone else practice the skills of a ninja. To become a ninja you must practice hard, practice with focus, and practice often. To become an integrating ninja, you must practice! The standard integrals are like the basic blocking techniques of a ninja. There is no need to learn how to attack if you do not know how to block. We will be attacking more complicated integrals. Without the knowledge of the standard integrals, this will be exceptionally difficult.