This page contains *preliminary* information for the Math 0220, Calculus 2 section taught by Armin Schikorra.

All current information can be found on the courseweb!

The departamental calculus page can be found here: calculus.math.pitt.edu/

## Syllabus and schedule

The syllabus is available here

Classes are scheduled MW 6pm-7:15pm

## Content

Textbook: J. Stewart, Essential Calculus. Early Transcendentals. 2nd edition. The 1st edition is also OK.

The following is the rough plan, which is *subject to change*

suggested homework | ||
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5.5 Substitution | ||

6.1 Integration by Parts | ||

6.2 Trig Integrals | ||

6.3 Partial Fractions | ||

6.5 Approximate Integration | ||

6.6 Improper Integrals | ||

7.1 Area between curves | ||

7.2 Volumes | ||

7.3 Volumes by cylindrical Shells | ||

1st Exam |
7.4 Arc Length | |

8.1 Sequences | ||

8.2 Series | ||

8.3 The integral and comparison test | ||

8.4 Other convergence tests | ||

8.5 Power series | ||

8.6 Representing functions as power series | ||

8.7. Taylor and Maclaurin series | ||

2nd Exam |
8.8. Applications of Taylor polynomials | |

9.1 Parametric curves | ||

9.2 Calculus with parametric curves | ||

9.3 polar coordinates | ||

9.4 Areas and length in polar coordinates | ||

10.1 Three dimensional coordinate systems | ||

10.2 Vectors | ||

10.3 dot product | ||

3rd Exam |
10.4 cross product | |

10.5 equation of lines and planes | ||

7.7. Differential equations | ||

Homogeneous second order equations | ||

Final |
Inhomogeneous second order equations by undetermined coefficients |

## Grade policy

The course grade will be determined as follows

**Three**midterm exams 60% (20% each)- Final exam 20%
- LON CAPA assignments 10%
- Quizzes 10%

By departamental rules, the final grade will not exceed the final exam grade by more than one letter grade.

## Exams

The following are the **preliminary** exam dates

Exam 1 | Wed, Sep 27 |

Exam 2 | Wed, Oct 23 |

Exam 3 | Wed, Nov 20 |

Final | Wed, Dec 13 |

## Office hours

MW 5:00-6:00 pm

Thackeray Hall, Room 410

Further office hours available upon request by email: armin@pitt.edu

## Resources

- Textbook: J. Stewart, Essential Calculus. Early Transcendentals. 2nd edition. The 1st edition is also OK. More resources, old exams etc. can be found here:
- A. Yarosh’s page
- A. Athanas’s page

## MAC

At the Math Assistance Center grad students help undergrads with homeworks etc.

O’Hara Student Center, Room 215, 4024 O’Hara Street