Lab Assignments for Calculus II (Math 142), Spring 2012

Lab
Description
Assignment
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Maplets for Calculus
A Maple Lab for Calculus II
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Review the Calculus I Maple labs

B Review of Calculus I See Lab Instructor
C Integration Methods I: by Substitution and by Parts See Lab Instructor Stewart: Sections 5.5 and 7.1
CalcLabs: Sections 6.3 and 6.4
Integration by Substitution
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Integration by Parts
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D Integration Methods II: Partial Fractions & Trigonometric Substitutions
See Lab Instructor Stewart: Sections 7.3 and 7.4
CalcLabs: Section 6.5
Partial Fractions: General Decomposition
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Partial Fractions: Evaluating the Integral
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Trig Substitution
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E Improper Integrals Review Labs A-E. Stewart: Section 7.8
F   Hour Quiz 1
(completed in lab)

G Applications of Integration I: Areas Between Curves See Lab Instructor Stewart: Section 6.1
CalcLabs: Section 7.1
Area of a Region by Slicing
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H Applications of Integration II: Volume By Definite Integral See Lab Instructor Stewart: Sections 6.2 and 6.3
CalcLabs: Section 7.2
Volumes of Revolution
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Volumes by Slicing
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I Goblet Design
Goblet: An Example
Project: Goblet Design
(Project Report Guidelines)

J Sequences and Series See Lab Instructor Stewart: Sections 11.1 and 11.2
CalcLabs: Sections 9.1 and 9.2
SequenceDrill
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K Series: Convergence Tests Review Labs G-K for Hour Quiz 2. Sewart: Sections 11.3 to 11.7
CalcLabs: Section 9.3
SeriesConvergenceTestDrill
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L   Hour Quiz 2
(completed in lab)

M Power Series and Taylor/Maclaurin Series   Sewart: Sections 11.8 to 11.10
CalcLabs: Section 9.5

N Complete the Maple Lab Survey and Technology Survey on Blackboard.

Notes:

• Each Hour Quiz will be distributed at the beginning of the lab period and collected at the end of the lab period.  You can use the textbook, your notes, the computer, Maple, or any other inanimate source to answer the questions. The questions will be related to the concepts and techniques addressed in previous labs.
• Projects are longer collections of related questions that can be answered with the skills and knowledge learned in the labs and lectures for this course. A project report will be due at the beginning of the next lab period.
• The maplets are most easily run with the Maplet Viewer (available only for Windows). On other platforms, save the file, load the file into a Maple session (just as you would any other Maple worksheet), and execute the entire worksheet. This will start the maplet.
• Portable Document Format (PDF) files are viewable with Adobe Reader .

• If you have any questions, please send e-mail to sanders@math.sc.edu