## Syllabus for Math 152 Calculus II for the Mathematical and Physical Sciences. Section T6 May 27 - August 14, 2014

Here is a tutorial on the trapezoid method in 7.8, using the TI84 Plus.

### The final exam will be open book and open notes, and will be helf at 6PM in our regular classroom. You will have as long as you need to finish. I will get there by 5PM in order to asnswer any last minute questions you may have. If your grade on the final exam is higher than your average in the class so far, I will take your grade on the final to be your course grade.    Here are the evaluations you flled out. Only 6 of you out of 18 filled them out. Overall, the average was 4.29 out of 5. They are the best evaluations I have ever received. Thank you. I also enjoyed this class more than any other I have taught.    Here is a link to the solutions for test 3, and a link to the solutions for workshop 10   Here is an interesting article on a different way of parametrizing the 4-leaved rose. Here is a way of grnerating the cardioid. It probably corresponds to a different way of parametrizing it.

Here are the answers for the even homework problems.

Here is a table giving all homeworks so far.
 Homework 1 was collected Tuesday June 17 and will be returned Tuesday June 24 was as follows: 7.1-26,36,68 7.2-30,44,56 7.3- 20,32,58 Homework 2 will be collected on Tuesday June 24 and will be returned on Tuesday July 1 is as follows: 7.4-4,12,42 7.5-16,36,48 7.6- 26,38,58 Homework 3 will be collected on Tuesday July 1 and will be returned on Tuesday July 8 is as follows: 7.8-24,36,52 10.1-40,50,83 Homework 4 will be collected on Tuesday July 8 and will be returned on Tuesday July 15 is as follows: 10.2-22,30,42 10.3-26,46,64 10.4-20,28,44 Homework 5 will be collected on Tuesday July 15 and will be returned on Tuesday July 22 is as follows: 10.5-32,38,52 10.6-22,34,52 10.7-10,52,80 Homework 6 will be collected on Tuesday July 22 and will be returned on Tuesday July 29 is as follows: 8.4-18,22,50 11.1-32,62,78 8.1-30,40,46 Homework 7 will be collected on Tuesday July 29 and will be returned on Tuesday August 5 is as follows: 11.2-22,28,30 Homework 8 will be collected on Tuesday August 5 and will be returned on Tuesday August 12 is as follows: 11.3-22,30,48 11.4-10,18,30 Homework 9(the last homework) will be collected on Tuesday August 12 and will be returned on Thursday August 14 is as follows: 9.1-20,28,50 9.2-6,14

Here is a table giving all quizzes and workshops so far.
 Workshop 1. Due on June 5. Quiz 1 Workshop 2. Due on June 12. Quiz 2 Workshop 3. Due on Thursday, June 19. Quiz 3 Workshop 4. Due on Thursday, June 26 Quiz 4 Workshop 5. Due on Thursday, July 3 Quiz 5 Workshop 6. Due on Thursday, July 10 Quiz 6 Workshop 7. Due on Thursday, July 17 Quiz 7 Workshop 8. Due on Thursday, July 24 Quiz 8 Workshop 9. Due on Thursday, July 31 Quiz 9 Workshop 10. Due on Thursday, August 7 Quiz 10

Welcome to math 152, the second semester of calculus. You will find that this is going to be a fast-paced class since we will cover in 10 weeks what is ordinarily covered in 14. Absences mean that you miss more in the Summer.
Here is a day-by-day list of sections and associated homework. The more homework problems you manage to do, the more your knowledge and skills will improve. You have to understand the concepts in order to be able to do the problems, and working the problems clarifies your understanding of the concepts.
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Text:Calculus Early Transcendentals (Custom Edition for RutgersUniversity) by Jon Rogawski.

Course Instructor: Art DuPre'

Office Hours: Hill Center Room 611, T, Th 4:45 - 5:45PM, and by appointment

Cell Phone: 732-887-3484

Lecture: TTh 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Beck Hall Room 121

There will be a workshop once a week. In the workshop, you will work together with two or three other students. The emphasis will be on problem-solving strategies, multi-step problems, and good write-ups of your solutions. This small-group work will be directed by me.
You will be required to hand in at least one workshop problem and a certain number of the textbook homework problems per week. Late homework or workshop writeups will not be accepted. More information and advice about workshops is found in the first pages of your textbook, in the Rutgers customized edition.

The final, tests, quizzes, workshops and homework will count a certain number pf points toward your grade, as specified in the table below. The total number of points is 575.

 Final Exam 200 points Test I 100 points Test II 100 points Workshops 75 points Quizzes 50 points Homework 50 points

There will be a final exam lasting three hours.