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# MATH& 152 Calculus II

5 credits

This second-quarter calculus course includes the study of integral calculus and its applications and an introduction to differential equations. A graphing calculator is required.

This course meets the Quantitative Reasoning  general education distribution requirement.

Prerequisites: MATH& 151 &nbsp;(or placement into MATH& 152)

Course Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

• Calculate antiderivatives, areas and distances, and the definite integral
• Solve and evaluate functions using The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
• Solve and evaluate indefinite integrals
• Compute the average value of a function
• Integrate trigonometric functions
• Solve equations using numerical integration and approximation of integrals
• Evaluate improper integrals
• Integrate by parts
• Calculate the length of a curve, the area between curves, the volume of washers and shells, and center of mass
• Use problem solving skills, pattern recognition, substitution, structural rules, and quantitative modeling to solve problems involving integral calculus

General Education Distribution Area Outcomes
Students who successfully complete courses in the Quantitative Reasoning distribution area will be able to:

• Gather, organize, and interpret data using multiple approaches
• Develop and use mathematical models to describe and evaluate physical situations
• Communicate problem-solving strategies and mathematically justify solutions
• Select and utilize appropriate technology to analyze mathematical problems

Total Hours: 50 Theory (Lecture) Hours: 50