# MAT1575 Calculus II Spring 2015

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A continuation of MAT 1475. Topics include Taylor polynomials, Mean Value Theorem, Taylor and Maclaurin series, tests of convergence, techniques of integration, improper integrals, areas, volumes and arc lengths.

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(1) You can earn participation credit by uploading your (perfect) solution to any of this […] See MoreMore reminders, etc

(1) This week's quiz (the last one!) will cover volumes. (2) All WebWork sets are due next […] See MoreReminders

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#20 is a little different. You found the value of C for which the integral converges (to a number) […] See MoreComment on "WebWork Discussion"

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If you can figure out the second part for #18, I'm sure you'll be able to figure out the second […] See MoreComment on "WebWork Discussion"

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On problem 13 of FTC Part II (Webwork Question), there's a 'hint' spoiler below the answer box. I have no clue at all what it means by this: [ int_{3x}^{2x} rac{u+3}{u-1} du = int_{0}^{2x} rac{u+3}{u-1} du + int_{3x}^{0} rac{u+3}{u-1} du […] See More(Webwork) FTC II Problem 13

Limit Comparison Test Webwork Homework

I had this same problem, but then i figured out that WebWork allows you to use the same choice more than once. Another hint which is pretty helpful: If you have ∑ (from n=1 to infinity) 1/(n^2+3) You can t […] See MoreLimit Comparison Test Webwork Homework

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