General Calculus II

Further expand your understanding of the principles of calculus, like the techniques of integration and logistic models. After completing the course, you will be able to solve integration problems using different techniques of integration.

What you’ll learn

  • Compute the derivatives of hyperbolic functions
  • Use critical thinking skills to solve integration problems
  • Solve homogeneous differential equations
  • Explore exponential and logistic models, parametric equations and polar coordinates and more
General Calculus II

$79

Plus membership

4 Credits

All courses include:

eTextbooks

2 to 3-day turnaround for grading

Multiple chances to improve your grade

On-demand tutoring & writing center

Student support 7 days a week

$79

Plus membership

4 Credits

All courses include:

eTextbooks

2 to 3-day turnaround for grading

Multiple chances to improve your grade

On-demand tutoring & writing center

Student support 7 days a week

$79

Plus membership

4 Credits

About This Course

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ACE Approved 2021

Expand on what you learned in General Calculus I with our online General Calculus II course, which covers the techniques of integration, application of integration, exponential and logistic models, parametric equations and polar coordinates, sequence and series, and vector and geometry. After successfully completing our online General Calculus II course, you will be able to solve integration problems using different techniques of integration, such as integration table, u-substitution, trigonometric functions, partial fraction, trigonometric substitution, and trapezoidal rule.

Course Outcomes

Apply L’ Hôpital’s rule to find the limits of different indeterminate forms

Compute hyperbolic functions at the given point

Use hyperbolic identities

Compute the derivatives of hyperbolic functions

Solve integration problems using different techniques of Integration: Integration table, u-substitution, trigonometric functions, partial fraction, trigonometric substitution, and Trapezoidal rule

Apply integral calculus to compute average value of function, volumes, arc lengths, surface of revolution, work, and moments & centers of mass

Use various tests to determine the convergence and divergence of sequences and series

Apply Taylor and Maclaurin series for polynomial approximations

Demonstrate convergence and divergence of power series

Solve homogeneous differential equations

Use differential equations to solve ‘Growth and Decay’ problems

Solve problems based on eliminating the parameters, conversion between polar and cartesian forms, spirals and circles, polar coordinate system, and rose curve

Sketch parametric and polar curves

Apply differentiation and integration to parametric equations and polar functions

Apply dot product and cross product to vectors in R2 and R3

Apply differentiation to vector functions

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Course Text

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