This course is continuation of Calculus I and builds further upon the principles and fundamentals of calculus to help students develop logical and creative thinking and problem-solving skills for critical analysis of various mathematical problems. Students will learn about techniques and strategies of integration, its application for calculating arc lengths and areas of surfaces of revolution, separable and linear differential equations, infinite and power series, Taylor and Maclaurin series, and representations of functions as series, functions of several variables, their limits and continuity, partial derivatives, and maximum and minimum values. The focus is towards mathematical application in physical and computer sciences, machine learning, and engineering. Examples from biology, ecology, chemistry, energy consumption, economics, probabilities, and statistics, will be addressed as well.
Note: Prerequisite MATH 1001
Restricted to Arts and Sciences Diploma and Open Studies