General Calculus II
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This course is designed to further acquaint students with the principles of Calculus. This includes techniques of integration; application of integration; exponential and logistic models; parametric equations and polar coordinates; sequence and series; and vector and geometry. The topics covered under this course are other indeterminate forms, the hyperbolic functions; the techniques of integration; application of integral calculus; sequences and series; differential equations; parametric equations and polar coordinates; and vectors and geometry.
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it was good
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this course on this site covered lots of information that my college did not cover. i think it requires too much.
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The lectures in this course were very well put together. They are made so that one can easily understand the subject.
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The lectures in this course were very well put together. They are made so that one can easily understand the subject.
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it was good
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this course on this site covered lots of information that my college did not cover. i think it requires too much.
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Course Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
 Understand other Intermediate forms and how to solve the problems with different intermediate forms
 Understand hyperbolic function and hyperbolic identities, learn how to find derivative of hyperbolic function
 Understand techniques of Integration and learn how to solve  Integration using table and usubstitution, integration by partial fraction, integration by using trigonometric substitution, how to solve numerical integration.
 Learn applications of integral – understand the average value of function, understand how to find  volume of revolution, surface of revolution and arc length of functions.
 Understand Sequences and Series learn monotonic, bounded sequences and indefinite series. Understand how to check convergence and divergence of series, solve problems based on Taylor and McLaurin series and convergence and divergence of power series.
 Understand what differential equation is, learn how to solve Homogeneous differential equations, and solve growth and decay problems.
 Understand what are parametric equations and polar coordinates.
 Understand vectors.
Chapter  Topics  Subtopics 

An Introduction to Calculus II  Introduction 

Math Fun 


Other
Indeterminate Forms 
Indeterminate Form 

The Hyperbolic Functions 
Hyperbolic Functions 

Techniques
of Integration 


Applications
of Integral Calculus 


Sequences
and Series 


Sequences
and Series (continued) 


Sequences
and Series (continued) 


Differential Equations 


Parametric
Equations and Polar Coordinates 


Vectors and the Geometry of R² and R³ 


Review and Final Exam  Review and Final Exam 

StraighterLine does not require prerequisites, however it is highly recommended that students take General Calculus I or its equivalent before enrolling in General Calculus II. Concepts learned in General Calculus I are necessary in order to successfully complete General Calculus II.
StraighterLine provides a percentage score and letter grade for each course. A passing percentage is 70% or higher.
If you have chosen a
to award credit for this course, your final grade will be based upon that college's grading scale. Only passing scores will be considered by Partner Colleges for an award of credit.There are a total of 1000 points in the course:
Chapter  Assessment  Points Available 

4  Graded Exam 1 
125 
6 
Graded Exam 2 
125 
7 
Midterm Exam 
200 
9 
Graded Exam 3 
125 
11 
Graded Exam 4 
125 
12  Final Exam 
300 
Total 

1000 
Final Proctored Exam
The final exam is developed to assess the knowledge you learned taking this course. All students are required to take an online proctored final exam in order complete the course and be eligible for transfer credit.
This course is designed to further acquaint students with the principles of Calculus. This includes techniques of integration; application of integration; exponential and logistic models; parametric equations and polar coordinates; sequence and series; and vector and geometry. The topics covered under this course are other indeterminate forms, the hyperbolic functions; the techniques of integration; application of integral calculus; sequences and series; differential equations; parametric equations and polar coordinates; and vectors and geometry.