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Calculus II

Math 2414 syllabus Spring 2017.  Check here for the latest updates and corrections for the Calculus II syllabus.

Link to WebWork online homework for Dr. Gresham's Math 2414 sections.

Link to OpenStax textbook for Calculus II


How to open Mathematica Files from this website

You must first have Mathematica installed on your computer.  Then right-click the link and select "Save target as" from the drop-down menu.  Choose a local drive on the computer, your T drive, or a thumb drive as the location.  Be sure to save the file with the extension .nb.  Then open Mathematica, if you have not already done so, and use File/Open in Mathematica to load and run the .nb file you have saved.

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How to get Mathematica

As a TSU student, you may obtain a student license for Mathematica from Wolfram.  Instructions are at

http://online.tarleton.edu/tech_support/mathematica--tarleton-state-university.htm

If you install Mathematica on your own machine, please use Wolfram's tech support to resolve any issues.

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Introduction to Mathematica, a Mathematica .nb file

Basic Knowledge for Calculus I, a Mathematica .nb file by Dr. Keith Emmert

Lab 05 on approximate integration  (a Mathematica .nb file)

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Notes on integration by parts

The following illustrator files are not Mathematica files.  They use interactive applets created by GeoGebra.  These applets use HTML 5 and should run on any desktop, laptop, or tablet.  It's a stretch to try to run them on a phone, but who knows?

Riemann Sum illustrator

Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Illustrator

Taylor Series illustrator