This is the second semester of IT Honors calculus. Topics include applications of integration, introductory differential equations, parametric plane curves, infinite sequences and series, vectors and curves and surfaces in space. In addition, we will have time to cover some additional topics, including an introduction to discrete-time dynamical systems.

Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 5e, by Stewart. This is the same book as last semester. As noted above, I will cover some topics which are not in the text.

Homework / Quizzes | 20 % |

Midterm Exams (20 % each) | 40 % |

Final Exam | 40 % |

Midterm I | Tuesday, February 22 |

Midterm II | Tuesday, April 5 |

Final | Monday, May 9, 1:30-4:30 |

We will have at least one computer lab session to try out software for integration, solving differential equations, etc.

## Approximate Schedule:

WeekTopicsSections1/19-1/21 Improper integrals, arclength 7.8, 8.1 1/24-1/28 Surface area, physics apps. 8.2, 8.3 1/31-2/4 Probability, Differential eqs. 8.5, 9.1, 9.2 2/7-2/11 2/14-2/18 2/21-2/25 Midterm I 2/28-3/4 3/7-3/11 3/14-3/18 Spring Break ! 3/21-3/25 3/28-4/1 4/4-4/8 Midterm II 4/11-4/15 4/18-4/22 4/25-4/29 5/2-5/6