Calculus 2 for the Sciences
Course Material for Calculus 2. I will start with material after the mid term since now I've found motivation to get started again!
Before starting this course, you should be confortable with both differentiation (product, quotient, chain rule, Implicit, higher order, exponentials, trig and trig^-1) and basic integration (Fundamental theory of calculus 1 & 2).
Differential Equations (Separable)
Exponential Growth & Decay
Newton's Law of Cooling/Warming
Differential Equations (Linear)
Parametric Equations (Sketching)
Parametric Equations (Tangents and Areas)
Vector, Scalar Multiplicaton, Orthogonal
Vector vs Parametric Functions
Vector Functions (Derivatives & Integrals)
Polar Coordinates vs Cartesian Coordinates (Converting and Sketching)
Polar Coordinates (Tangents, Area and Arc Length)