Honors | Honors Calculus II (MATH)
S212 | 18858 | Kent Orr


Daily 1:25-2:15pm

This course is designed for students of outstanding ability who are
strongly motivated to study in greater depth the rudiments of
elementary calculus. We will begin with a review of basic concepts,
including those of limit, continuity, etc., as well as discussions
of
the mean value theorem and the fundamental theorem. The material of
M 212 will be covered, but at a greater pace and with different
emphasis. These topics include techniques of integration, sequences
and computations/approximations with infinite series of functions
(e.g., the use of Taylor series to differentiate and integrate
transcendental functions), etc.

Regular homework assignments and quizzes will be given. The
prerequisite is M211, Calculus I, and the consent of the department.