The Calculus 2 online course helps you master core integration techniques and their applications. You will then explore other aspects of Mathematical functions. The skills developed in this course are important for students wishing to subsequently pursue Math, science, technology or engineering. View our classroom with this PREVIEW or learn more below and start a FREE one week TRIAL.
Who is the Calculus 2 Online Course For?
The Calculus 2 online course provides ideal support for students who have some experience of differential Calculus and want to then develop integral Calculus skills. Students who intend to take Calculus 2 should have completed Calculus 1, or a similar course, already. View the CLASSROOM.
What is Taught in the Calculus 2 Online Course?
Core and Advanced Integration Techniques, Applications of Integrals, Parametric & Polar Functions, Sequences & Series, Series Convergence Tests, Power Series. Calculus 2 is certainly a great choice of course for students who need to develop integral Calculus and then related skills. Calculus 2 assumes no prior experience with integration techniques. View the full Calculus 2 online course SYLLABUS.
What Will I Learn in This Course?
Firstly, students learn the foundations of integral Calculus, before subsequently mastering core and advanced techniques. Students also gain experience of common question types relating to sequences and series. You learn from our step by step instructional videos and then practice using our carefully designed question worksheets. Download FREE CALCULUS 2 QUESTION WORKSHEETS.
How Does Calculus 2 Compare to Calculus 1?
Calculus 2 focuses on integral Calculus whereas Calculus 1 focuses on differential Calculus. These opposite techniques are used to solve a range of Mathematical and also real-world problems. Learn more CALCULUS 1.
Students who have completed Calculus 2 are certainly prepared to study Calculus further or, otherwise, to apply their skills in various settings. Students who have developed Calculus 2 skills are in a strong position to then pursue engineering and related disciplines.