Calculus II
Sections 1-4

Professor: Mark H. Holmes
Office: Amos Eaton 322
Office Hours: 1:45-3:00 Mon, Thurs
Phone: 276-6891
Email: holmes
TA: Anurag Kaushik
Office: Amos Eaton 317
Email: kausha2
Office Hours: Thurs 3:30-5, Fri 10-11:30

Course Information

outline (updated: 11/13)

suggested problems (updated: 11/16)
Worksheet 4/9

Majors initally enrolled in class

Advance Grade

A: 89.50 - 100
B: 79.0 - 89.49
C: 68.50 - 78.99
D: 58.0 - 68.49


Time: Friday, Dec 16 (11:30-2:30)
Location: Sage 3303
Covers: everything covered on three in-class exams (so, as a study aid, any and all of the suggested homework problems should be reviewed).
Crib sheet: one 8.5x11 page (both sides) but no calculators, notes, etc

RSVP: if you are taking the final, please let Prof Holmes know by noon, Wednesday, Dec 14 (you can still take the final if you do not RSVP; this is requetsed so I have an idea of how many exams to print).

Class Demos, and Other Useful Information

Surfaces example (MATLAB)

The Boxes for Chapter 4/9

Exam 1

Exam 2

Exam 3

Exams 1 - 3 material

Textbook and Course Information

Textbook Website

Help Guides and Resources

Reference pages for algebra and calculus (note red boxed formulas are particularly important)

Tutorial Service provided by the Learning Center

Supplemental Instruction provided by the Learning Center


The following have nothing to do with our course, but you might them find interesting anyway.

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