Dawson College: Calculus II: 201-NYB-05-S1: Winter 2022
taught by Yann Lamontagne

News:

05/05/22
Poll on when you would prefer to have office hours during the exam period https://doodle.com/meeting/participate/id/ejRK94le
05/05/22
Office hours next week:
Monday from 11h30 to 14h30 (Priority to 201-NYC-05 S8 students)
Tuesday from 10h00 to 11h45
Wednesday from 10h00 to 14h30.
08/04/22
Extra comparison test exercises: sheet 1, sheet 2, sheet 3. Note we have not covered the limit comparison theorem, skip those questions. In my opinion the exercises in the textbook are sufficient to prepare you for the test.
08/04/22
Definition of ie
05/04/22
A free textbook on Real Analysis.
03/03/22
Office hours next week:
Monday from 10h00 to 14h30 (Priority to 201-NYC-05 S8 students)
Tuesday from 10h00 to 11h30
Wednesday from 10h00 to 14h30.
16/02/22
If you need a review of trigonometry please look at the trigonometry sections of this Moodle resource: https://moodle.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/course/view.php?id=29104 If you have difficulty accessing it please let me know.
11/01/22
Hello.

Suggested Study Guide for Final Examination:

  1. Do ALL problems in outline. (Should have been completed during the semester.)
  2. Review all test provided.
  3. Try the Dawson College final examination giving yourself 3 hours to complete: Dawson College Previous Final Examinations
  4. Try the John Abbott final examination: John Abbott Previous Final Examinations
    December 2021: skip questions: 4, 5
    May 2021: skip question: 4
    December 2020: skip question: 6
    December 2019: skip questions: 4
    December 2018: skip questions: 4, 5
    May 2018: skip questions: 5,6
    December 2017: skip questions: 6,7
    May 2017: skip questions: 6,7
    December 2016: skip questions: 4, 7
    May 2016: skip questions: 6, 7
    December 2015: skip questions: 5
    May 2015: skip questions: 6, 7
    December 2014: skip questions: 7
    May 2014: skip questions: 2, 6
    December 2013: skip questions: 1, 4, 8
    May 2013: skip questions: 2, 4, 7
    December 2012: skip questions: 1, 4, 8
    May 2012: skip questions: 2, 7
    December 2011: skip questions: 1, 3, 6
    May 2011: skip questions: 1, 6
    December 2010: skip questions: 1, 2, 5
    May 2010: skip questions: 1, 4, 7
    December 2009: skip questions: 1, 2, 5
    May 2009: skip questions: 1, 4, 7

Outline:
calculus_ii_s1_outline_v2.pdf

Academic Calendar:
Winter 2022: Academic Calendar

Grades:
Up to date grades can be consulted online at https://dawsoncollege.omnivox.ca.

Interactive Applets:
For section 5.1:

For section 7.2:

For section 7.3:

For section 7.4:

For section 8.1:

For section 8.7:

Class Notes:
When classes must be given online due to College directives, the class notes will be provided here (unless my note taking software crashes, remind me to save often):
calculus_ii_s1_class_notes_1-20-01-22.pdf
calculus_ii_s1_class_notes_2-21-01-22.pdf
calculus_ii_s1_class_notes_3-25-01-22.pdf
calculus_ii_s1_class_notes_4-27-01-22.pdf
calculus_ii_s1_class_notes_5-28-01-22.pdf

Solutions to Homework Problems:
Section 4.7 Solutions
Section 5.1 Solutions
Section 5.2 Solutions
Section 5.3 Solutions
Section 5.4 Solutions
Section 5.5 Solutions
Section 5.5 Solutions Part 2
Review Chapter 5 Solutions
Section 6.1 Solutions
Section 6.2 Solutions
Section 6.2 Solutions Part 2
Section 6.3 Solutions
Section 3.7 Solutions
Review Chapter 3 Solutions
Section 6.6 Solutions
Review Chapter 6 Solutions
Review Chapter 6 Solutions Part 2
Section 7.1 Solutions
Section 7.4 Solutions
Section 7.2 Solutions
Section 7.3 Solutions
Review Chapter 7 Solutions
Section 8.1 Solutions
Section 8.2 Solutions
Section 8.3 Solutions
Section 8.4 Solutions
Section 8.5 Solutions
Section 8.7 Solutions
Review Chapter 8 Solutions
Review Chapter 8 Solutions Part 2

Tests:
calculus_II_S01_test_1.pdf
calculus_II_S01_test_1_solutions.pdf
calculus_II_S01_test_2.pdf
calculus_II_S01_test_2_solutions.pdf
calculus_II_S01_test_3.pdf
calculus_II_S01_test_3_solutions.pdf

Other:
review_techniques_of_integration.pdf Provided by Ben Seamone
review_series.pdf Do not to attempt without being able to do the textbook problems first!, provided by Ben Seamone

graph_from_physics_experiment.png
graph_from_physics_experiment_with_curve_fitting2.png

Previous Final Examinations:
Dawson College Previous Final Examinations
John Abbott Previous Final Examinations