MATH 214-2

Miguel A. Lerma - Fall 2002

Section 41

MWF 10:00 am - FSL 1441
TH 10:00 am - LUNT 103/104


This is the web page for MATH 214-2, section 41, Fall 2002
Consult it often for announcements, homework assignments and possible changes to the syllabus.


Note the date, time and place of the Final Exam. Pay special attention to the place (Tech M345).

Final Exam: Tuesday, December 10, 2002, 12:00-2:00pm, Tech M345




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Course Description

Math 214-2 Calculus II

Definite integrals and areas, the Fundamental Theorems of Calculus, substitution, integration by parts, other methods of integration, numerical techniques, computation of volumes, arc length, average of a function, applications (to physics, engineering, and probability), separable differential equations, exponential growth, infinite series, and Taylor series.


Instructor Teaching Assistants
Name Miguel A. Lerma Hyunmi Jung (TA-code: 232) Mircea A Voineagu (TA-code: 331)
Office Lunt 203 Lunt B14 Lunt B13
Phone (847) 491-8020 (847) 467-1958 (847) 467-1955
E-mail mlerma at math dot northwestern dot edu hjung at math dot northwestern dot edu mircea at math dot northwestern dot edu
Office Hours by appointment
M 2-3, T 1-2, Th 11-12 M 2-3, F 12-1, 2-3
Teaching in... FSL 1441 Lunt 103 Lunt 104

Class Logistics


Students with disabilities seeking accomodation are encouraged to contact the office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) at 847-467-5530/ or to meet with the instructor to discuss their needs.

Lectures and Homework

Note: I am going to be releasing notes ("Notes on Calculus II", in PDF format) that you can download by clicking in the links of the "subject" column of the syllabus bellow. The introduction is here:

Depending on various circumstances, the schedule shown bellow may experiment small modifications.

The "sections" listed on the 4th column are from Stewart's book.

The complete set of notes is here. However I do not recommend to download the whole set until the end of the quarter, since I may still make some changes to the notes.

A few practice problems

Related links

Email: mlerma at math dot northwestern dot edu