# Math 116 Spring, 2002

## Calculus II

### Prerequisite:

Math 115 or 120, or advanced placement credit for calculus (a score of 4 or 5 on the Calculus AB exam or a score of 3 on the Calculus BC exam). Not open to students who have passed Math 121.

### Textbook:

* Calculus, 4th Edition*, 1999, by James Stewart, Brooks/Cole Publishing Co. * Required ** *
### What's available here:

- Change in Calculator Policy for Final Exam.
* Posted April 26, 2002.*
- Review Sheets for Course Exams.
* Last updated 5/9/02 *
- Examinations from recent offerings of Math 116.
* Last updated 5/9/02 with Final Exams from 1999 and 2000. * ** Note.** There was a conversion error with the Figure for Question 1 of both final exams: the label (2, 1) was mis-rendered as "(2, 1L" and the equation *y = f(x)* in the figure was also garbled. Please correct any printings you make.
- Current course news.
* Last updated 4/26/2002 *
- Course Outline with suggested exercises, subject to revision by your instructor at any time.
- Information about the benefits of working in groups.
- The Math Center
- The Mathematics Undergraduate Computer Lab.
- Mathematica notebooks related to the course. Last updated 4/11/2002 with a notebook that discusses and illustrates Taylor series approximation of functions. If you have Mathematica, you can download the notebooksand evaluate their cells. Otherwise, they are available in the Mathematics Undergraduate Computer Lab, MSB 203.
- Maple worksheets related to the course.
* Last updated 4/16/2002* with a parametric-equations plotting worksheet. If you have Maple on your computer, you can download these worksheets and execute them. Otherwise, they are available in MSB 203.
- Historical notes on calculus and the people who built it.
- Statement on Academic integrity
- Additional Resources for Individual Sections. Sections in the following table have their own Web sites, with material for the students in those sections.