Math 152

MATH 152 - Engineering Mathematics II - Fall 2021

SecInstructorLectureRecitation/Computer Lab501Constantin OnicaMWF 11:30-12:20pm BLOC 166
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502Constantin OnicaMWF 11:30-12:20pm BLOC 166
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503Constantin OnicaMWF 11:30-12:20pm BLOC 166
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504Constantin OnicaMWF 12:40-1:30pm BLOC 166
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505Constantin OnicaMWF 12:40-1:30pm BLOC 166
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506Constantin OnicaMWF 12:40-1:30pm BLOC 166
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507Tamas ErdelyiMWF 10:20-11:10am HELD 111
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508Tamas ErdelyiMWF 10:20-11:10am HELD 111
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509Tamas ErdelyiMWF 10:20-11:10am HELD 111
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510Tamas ErdelyiMWF 11:30-12:20pm HELD 111
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511Tamas ErdelyiMWF 11:30-12:20pm HELD 111
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512Tamas ErdelyiMWF 11:30-12:20pm HELD 111
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T 5:05-5:55pm Haynes Engineering Building 136
513Joung D. KimTR 9:35-10:50am HELD 109
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514Joung D. KimTR 9:35-10:50am HELD 109
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515Joung D. KimTR 9:35-10:50am HELD 109
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516Joung D. KimTR 11:10-12:25pm HELD 109
M 8:00-8:50am Haynes Engineering Building 134
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517Joung D. KimTR 11:10-12:25pm HELD 109
M 9:10-10:00am Haynes Engineering Building 222
W 9:10-10:00am Haynes Engineering Building 222
518Joung D. KimTR 11:10-12:25pm HELD 109
M 10:20-11:10am Haynes Engineering Building 222
W 10:20-11:10am Haynes Engineering Building 222
522Joung D. KimTR 12:45-2:00pm HELD 109
M 11:30-12:20pm Haynes Engineering Building 223
W 11:30-12:20pm Haynes Engineering Building 223
523Joung D. KimTR 12:45-2:00pm HELD 109
M 12:40-1:30pm Haynes Engineering Building 223
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524Joung D. KimTR 12:45-2:00pm HELD 109
M 1:50-2:40pm Haynes Engineering Building 223
W 1:50-2:40pm Haynes Engineering Building 223
M01Saikat BiswasTR 2:20-3:35pm Higher Education Centr McAllen 120
M 12:40-1:30pm Higher Education Centr McAllen 120
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Sours: https://www.math.tamu.edu/courses/math152/

Courses

Math 152 (Calculus II for Math and Physical Sciences) is a continuation of Math 151, and is part of the first year calculus sequence at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. Math 152 covers the integral calculus and its applications, the theory of infinite series and power series, parametric curves, polar coordinates, and complex numbers.

In Fall 2021, all sections of Math 152 have a combination of in-person and online meetings (except for asynchronous sections 40-42, which are entirely online). Your class schedule will indicate which meetings are in-person and which meetings are online. Classes will have two components: lecture and workshop. The lecture is where new material is covered by the course lecturer. The workshop is where students work in-depth on problems in groups assigned by the lecturer. Students may be asked to work problems in advance of the workshop, and may be asked to turn in several problems after solving them in the workshops. The workshop problems will form the basis for some of the problems that students will encounter on midterm quizzes and on the final exam.

Here is some other information about the course:

  • The required textbook is Thomas' Calculus: Early Transcendentals (14th edition), by Hass, et al. with MyMathLab access code. You may use either the hardcover edition or the eBook; they contain exactly the same material. Both are available through the Rutgers bookstore.
    • The ISBN for the physical textbook with MyMathLab access is 978-0134768762.
    • The ISBN for the eBook with MyMathLab access is 978-0134764528.
  • Please see the approximate schedule of topics for each lecture and a list of homework assignments.
  • Your course section has a Canvas site, where you will see grades and turn in workshop assignments. Go to http://canvas.rutgers.edu.
  • Our online homework system is MyLab Math (also called MyMathLab). Go to www.mymathlab.com (but make sure you first access the system from your class's Canvas site; doing this will automatically enroll you in the correct MyLab course).
  • Four midterm exams will be given throughout the semester.
    • Midterms #1, 2, and 4 are online midterms given through MyLab Math, with Respondus proctoring, on three Monday evenings during the semester. Please see your course syllabus for exact dates and times of these midterms.
    • Midterm # 3 is a 60-minute, in-person exam that will be taken on paper on Sunday, November 14 in the time window 12:00-1:20pm (unless prevailing conditions, as determined by the university or the math department, do not permit an in-person exam, in which case Midterm #3 will be given online). If you are in asynchronous sections 40-42, Midterm #3 will be an online exam given at a date and time specified in the syllabus.
  • The Final Exam will be a three-hour, in-person exam taken on paper on Thursday, December 16 from 12-3pm (unless prevailing conditions, as determined by the university or the math department, do not permit an in-person exam, in which case the Final Exam will be given online). If you are in asynchronous sections 40-42, the Final Exam will be given online at a date and time specified in the syllabus.
  • To see how your final course grade will be determined and how much weight will be given to the individual assignments, see this document.
  • If you previously took Math 135 instead of Math 151, or if you took Calculus I in high school or at a community college, see this page for some self-study you should do to get up to speed.
  • If you took Math 152 in the Summer of 2021 and need to see the department's Math 152 page from that semester, you may find it here.
  • If you took Math 152 in the Spring of 2021 and need to see the department's Math 152 page from that semester, you may find it here.

 

Sours: https://www.math.rutgers.edu/academics/undergraduate/courses/942-01-640-152-calculus-ii-for-the-mathematical-and-physical-sciences
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Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

Topics of this course include inverse functions, methods of integration, improper integrals, hyperbolic functions, sequences and infinite series, power series, Taylor series, conic sections, polar coordinates, and applications.

Topics of this course include inverse functions, methods of integration, improper integrals, hyperbolic functions, sequences and infinite series, power series, Taylor series, conic sections, polar coordinates, and applications.

You must complete MATH 151 or MATH 151H or MATH 141 or MATH 155B with a grade of C or better before taking this class.

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Sours: https://highpoint-prd.ps.umbc.edu/app/catalog/classsection/UMBC1/2196/1124

Math 152

Exam 1–3

You need to bring a full-sized Texas A&M scantron.

The exam has two parts: multiple choice questions and workout questions. Workout questions are graded for both the correct answer as well for correct mathematical notation in the presentation of the solution. During the Fall/Spring semester, the exams are 2 hours long and held at night.

Type of scantron needed for the exam:
Picture 1 or Picture 2

Exam Date, Location, and Time.


Exam 1: Sections 5.5, 6.1–6.4, 7.1, 7.2


Exam 2: Sections 7.3–7.8, 11.1–11.3


Exam 3: Sections 11.4–11.11

Final Exam

The final exam is a 2 hour exam that will be cumulative and be given at the time determined by the University.

Final Exam Date & Time

Studying for the Exams

Here are some things you should study to prepare for the exams.

  • You should be preparing as the semester progresses. Do not wait for the week of the exam.
  • You should read the textbook and do the suggested homework.
  • You should study the class notes.
  • You should study the Additional Problems found on the class notes webpage.
  • You should study the Week in Reviews.
  • You should study the webassign homework.
  • You should study the past common exams. Take an exam as if it was a real exam. Give yourself two hours and do not use notes or a calculator. Then use the solutions to "grade" your practice exam.

    Note: The solutions for past common exams may include methods not taught in class. Using one of these methods may not give full credit when I grade the exam. Ask me if you have questions on any of the methods used on the past common exams.
Sours: https://www.math.tamu.edu/~joe.kahlig/m152.html

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