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COURSE INFORMATION MAT233 JAN.

- APRIL 2010 _____________________________________________________________________ Code Course Lecturer Room Contact no Credit Unit Email address Blog Contact Hour Part Course Status Prerequisite SYNOPSIS : : : : : : : : : : : : : : MAT233/199/441 CALCULUS II Raja Sulaiman Raja Lope Ahmad B1-76 HEA 04-9882851 019-4722425 4 rajasulaiman@perlis.uitm.edu.my rajasulaiman.wordpress.com 5 ( 4 hours of lectures and 1 hour of tutorial) 3(CS113), 4(CS110) Core Calculus 1 Calculus II is the second course in the Calculus series. It covers the topics in derivatives and integrals of transcendental functions, hyperbolic and its inverse, the techniques of integration, improper integrals and infinite series. Upon completion of this course students should be able to: 1. find the derivatives of logarithmic, exponential, inverse trigonometric, hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions and integrate them; 2. integrate functions using the techniques of integration such as partial fractions, integration by parts and trigonometric substitutions; 3. evaluate improper integrals; 4. find limits of indeterminate forms; 5. determine the convergence of infinite sequences and infinite series; 6. find the Taylor series or Maclaurin series or Binomial series of functions.

OBJECTIVES

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TOPICS AND SUB-TOPICS


1. Logarithmic and Exponential Functions 1.1 Logarithms and Exponents Basic Properties of exponents and logarithm Change of base Logarithmic expression Solving simple logarithmic and exponential equation 1.2 Logarithmic and Exponential Functions Definition of natural logarithm Geometrical interpretation of ln x Law of natural log Definition of e x and b x Law of exponents 1.3 Graphs of logarithmic and exponential functions

Hours 5

1.4 Inverse functions Definition, domain and range of

f and f 1

Solving y = f ( x) for x in terms of y Existence of inverse function Finding

f 1

Graphs of inverse function Differentiability of inverse function

1.5 Derivatives and Integrals of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions QUIZ 1 Derivatives and integrals of exponential functions Derivatives and integrals of logarithmic function Logarithmic differentiation Derivatives of irrational powers of x

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3 1.6 The Hyperbolic Functions Definition of hyperbolic functions and its graphs Hyperbolic identities Derivatives and integral formulas

2. Inverse Trigonometric and Hyperbolic Functions 2.1 Inverse Trigonometric Functions QUIZ 2 2.2 Derivatives and Integrals involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions Derivatives Formulas Definition, domain, range and its geometric interpretation Identities Simplifying expressions involving trigonometric functions : using geometric solution(triangle)

Integral Formulas

1 2

2.3 Inverse Hyperbolic Functions Introduction ( graphs, domain,range, equivalent statements) Logarithmic forms of Inverse Hyperbolic Functions Derivatives of inverse hyperbolic functions

TEST 1 5

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3. Techniques of Integration 3.1 Integration (A review) Familiar Integration Formulas Integration using tables of integrals 3.2 Integration by parts Derivation of the formula for integration by parts Integration by parts for definite integrals Reduction formulas

3.3 Integrating Powers of Trigonometric Functions Integrating powers of sine and cosine Integrating powers of secant and tangent QUIZ 3 3.4 Trigonometric Substitutions

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Trigonometric substitution using substitution x = a sin t,

Trigonometric Substitution using substitutions x= a tan t and x= asec t Integrals involving ax2 + bx + c 3.5 Partial Fractions Linear factors: repeating and non repeating Quadratic factors Integrating improper rational functions 3.6 Miscellaneous Substitutions Integrals involving rational exponents Integrals containing functions of sinx and cos x using substitution u = tan(x/2)

4 : Improper Integrals & LHopitals Rule 4.1 Improper Integrals Integrals over infinite intervals Integrals whose integrands become infinite 4.2 LHopitals Rule Indeterminate Forms of type 0/0

4.3 Other Indeterminate forms


Other Indeterminate Forms Indeterminate forms of type / Indeterminate forms of type 0. Indeterminate forms of type

00 , 0 ,1

TEST 2 5. Infinite Series 5.1 Sequences Definition of a Sequence Limit of a sequence Sequences defined recursively 5.2 Infinite Series Sum of infinite series

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Geometric series Harmonic series Algebraic properties of harmonic series 5.3 Convergence Tests The divergence test Algebraic properties of infinite series The integral test p-series

2 3

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11 The comparison test The root test The limit comparison test QUIZ 4 5.4 Alternating Series Absolute and conditional convergence 12 The ratio test for absolute convergence Review of convergence test 5 5

5.5 Power Series Power series in x Power series in (x-a) Interval of convergence

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5.6 Taylor and Maclaurin Series Maclaurin polynomials Taylor and Maclaurin series

5.7 Convergence of Taylor Series Taylors Theorem Lagrange form of the remainder Constructing Maclaurin series by substitution Binomial series

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QUIZ 5 5.8 Computation Using Taylor Series Approximating e Approximating trigonometric functions Approximating Logarithms Approximating 5.9 Differentiation and Integration of Power Series TEST 3 Power series representations of functions Differentiation of power series Integration of power series

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METHODS OF INSTRUCTION Lectures and tutorials

ASSESSMENT Continuous Assessment: Quizzes 3 Tests : 10 % : 30 % : 60%

Final Examnination

TEXTBOOK Anton, Bivens and Davis, Calculus 8th edition, John Wiley & Sons, 2002

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