This course, a continuation of Calculus 1, further develops the fundamental ideas and applications of derivatives and integrals. Topics covered include techniques of integration, l'Hôpital's rule, improper integrals, applications of integration, sequences, series and power series.
The prerequisite for this course is Calculus 1 (Math 141) or the equivalent.
If you are unsure whether Math 142 is an appropriate course for you, please speak with the instructor.
Google Classroom and Email:
All the needed information for this class will be available at the Google Classroom site for this class, on the Classwork page. You will be invited to joint this Google Classroom site at the start of the semester.
Class notes and other handouts will be available at the Google Classroom site.
All homework assignments will be posted, and submitted, at the Google Classroom site.
Urgent announcements may be sent out via campus email, so make sure you either check your Bard email regularly or have your Bard email forwarded to the email address of your choice.
Calculators, Computers and Electronic Devices:
For most of the course, pencil and paper will suffice.
A scientific calculator (which has trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions) will be needed for some problems. Free scientific calculator apps are available for smartphones, tablets and computers, and suffice for this course.
Programmable and/or graphing calculators are not required; do not spend any money buying a calculator for this course.
Electronic devices, including cell phones, tablets and laptop computers, may be used during class only for reasons related to the class, for example as calculators, to take notes or to read the text.
Texting, messaging and using social media is not allowed during class.