Calculus 2

The Calculus 2 online course starts by exploring Integration techniques and their applications, before moving on to parametric & polar functions, and sequences & series. Calculus 2 is a key course for students pursuing Math, science, technology or engineering. Check out the classroom with this FREE PREVIEW.

Who is the Calculus 2 Course For?

Calculus 2 is for students who have experience of Differential Calculus and want to develop similar Integral Calculus skills. Students taking Calculus 2 should have ideally completed a course in Calculus 1. View the CLASSROOM.

What is Taught in Calculus 2?

Core and Advanced Integration Techniques, Applications of Integrals, Parametric & Polar Functions, Sequences & Series, Series Convergence Tests, Power Series. View the full CURRICULUM.

What Will I Take Away From This Course?

Students will master various Integration techniques & applications, and will gain considerable experience of sequences & series.

How Does Calculus 2 Compare to Calculus 1?

Calculus comes in two flavours. Calculus 2 focuses on Integral Calculus and Calculus 1 focuses on Differential Calculus.

What is the Progression From Calculus 2?

Students are in a strong position to take Vector Calculus, Mathematical Analysis or to apply Calculus in real-world scenarios.

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