# MATH-1700-ES31

Welcome to the home page
for Section ES31 of MATH-1700 (Calculus 2)
at Southeast Community College
in the Winter term of 2016.
I am Toby Bartels, the instructor.
## Administration

Here is material about the administration of the course:
## Assignments

If you miss an assignment, then you can find it here.
Eventually some solutions to graded quizzes may show up here too.
Most graded work is done in class;
although it can be made up outside of class, regular attendance is important.
## Resources

The official textbook for the course
is the 2nd Edition of University Calculus: Early Transcendentals
by Hass et al published by Addison Wesley (Pearson).
You should be able to get this at the bookstore,
and most homework problems will come from it.
(This same book is used for MATH-2080,
but MATH-1600 uses a *different* edition this term.)
If you pay for it, you can also use MyMathLab
integrated into the Moodle course;
this is optional.
I'll also have some lecture notes, hand-outs, links, and so forth.
If you miss class, then you might be able to find a substitute here.
But there is *no* guarantee that everything will show up!

- Tutoring schedule.
- Moodle
course
with integrated MyMathLab
(optional).
- Differential equations
(handed out on January 11 Monday, supplementing §7.2).
- Integration by parts
(from January 12 Tuesday, supplementing §8.1).
- Here are some links to computer algebra systems
that will do integrals (as well as much more):
- Sage
(free to download, free to use online,
$7.00 per month or more for advanced fatures);
- Maxima
(free to download);
- Maple
($99.00 to download for students);
- Wolfram Mathematica
($45.00 per semester to download for students);
- Wolfram Mathematica
Online Integrator
(free to use online, indefinite integrals only);
- Wolfram Alpha
(free for some uses online, $5.49 per month for advanced features,
or $2.99 for a smartphone app).

- Sequences and series
(handed out on January 26 Tuesday, supplementing §§9.1&9.2).
- Convergence tests
(handed out on January 31 Friday,
summarizing §§9.2–9.6).
- Taylor's Theorem
(handed out on February 15 Monday, supplementing §9.9).
- Differentiation of parametrized curves
(from February 22 Monday, supplementing §10.2).
- Vectors
(handed out on March 4 Friday, supplementing §11.2).
- Multiplying vectors
(handed out on March 7 Monday, covering §§11.3&11.4).
- Linear geometry with vectors
(from March 11 Friday, supplementing §11.5).

That's it!

This web page and the files linked from it (except for the official syllabus)
were written between 2003 and 2016 by Toby Bartels,
last edited on 2016 March 11.
Toby reserves no legal rights to them.
The permanent URI of this web page
is
`http://tobybartels.name/MATH-1700/2016WN/`

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