**Section 4:** MWF 10-10:52am, Tu 2:30-3:52pm

**Section 5:** MWF 11-11:52am, Tu 2:30-3:52pm

- You have completed Math 201 or Math 205

- You scored a 4 or 5 on the advanced placement AB exam

- You scored a 3 on the BC exam

- You have transfer credit for Calculus I

Further information is contained in the Students' guide to Calculus offerings at Bucknell. If you are concerned about your placement please see me at the end of class or some time later today.

The first part of the course is concerned with methods of integration including substitution, integration by parts, approximate integration, and improper integration. Applications of integration are also explored, including the calculation of areas, volumes, and work. The introduction to differential equations includes a discussion of basic solution methods, including separation of variables and Euler's method. Applications of differential equations to various fields are explored. Students are also introduced to infinite sequences and series, including Taylor series. The concept of convergence is explained, and the use of the various series convergence tests is stressed. Other topics covered in MATH 202 include parametric equations, polar coordinates, and complex numbers. As with MATH 201, instruction on the use of the TI-89 calculator is a part of the course.

You are encouraged to work with your classmates on the homework. This may mean forming
homework or study groups, or having more informal discussions.
However, **you must write up
your own set of solutions. What you turn in must represent your own understanding of the
material. At the top of the first page, you should write the names of
your coworkers.** Your own name would also be helpful :)

The final exam is cumulative. It will take place during exam week, with the exact date being announced by the registrar's office.

Also from the Bucknell catalog: "Bucknell students are responsible to the academic community for the preparation and presentation of work representing their own individual efforts. Acceptance of this responsibility is essential to the educational process and must be considered as an expression of mutual trust, the foundation upon which creative scholarship rests. Students are directed to use great care when preparing all written work and to acknowledge fully the source of all ideas and language other than their own."

If you have related questions, please ask.

Homework | 100 points |

Midterms | 4 x 75 points |

Final | 200 points |

Total | 600 points |

- They will help put you in a mathematical frame of mind.

- They remind you of some ideas that we will be using during that day's class.

- They will tell me what concepts need more explanation.

- Most importantly, since the questions are not intended to be tricky, they will help alert you if you are not keeping up. If you are having trouble with these questions you should seek help, i.e. visit the drop-in help sessions and/or come to office hours.

- You have gone over your notes from the previous lecture, and worked out the parts that you did not understand at the time. Ask a classmate, visit the drop-in help sessions, or come to office hours if you have questions.

- You have read the relevant section of the text

- You have read the text

- You have done the assigned homework from the previous class.