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What Will I Learn?

- Integrals, including approximating area, the dreaded Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and every kind of integration technique
- Applications of Integrals, including volume of revolution with disks, washers and shells, and all kinds of real world applciations
- Polar & Parametric, including how to sketch polar curves and find the area bounded by polar curves
- Sequences & Series, including all the convergence tests, and Taylor and Maclaurin series

Requirements

- A good foundation in Calc 1 (limits, derivatives) is required for this course.

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**HOW BECOME A CALC 2 MASTER IS SET UP TO MAKE COMPLICATED MATH EASY**

This 450-lesson course includes video and text explanations of everything in calculus 2, and it includes more than 100 quizzes (with solutions!) to help you test your understanding along the way. Become a Calculus 2 Master is organized into four sections:

- Integrals
- Applications of Integrals
- Polar & Parametric
- Sequences & Series

These are four of the most common chapters in every calculus 2 class.

And here’s what you get inside of every lesson:

**Videos**: Watch over my shoulder as I solve problems for every single math issue you’ll encounter in class. We start from the beginning... I explain the problem setup and why I set it up that way, the steps I take and why I take them, how to work through the yucky, fuzzy middle parts, and how to simplify the answer when you get it.

**Notes**: The notes section of each lesson is where you find the most important things to remember. It’s like Cliff Notes for books, but for math. Everything you need to know to pass your class and nothing you don’t.

**Quizzes**: When you think you’ve got a good grasp on a topic within a course, you can test your knowledge by taking one of our quizzes. If you pass, wonderful. If not, you can review the videos and notes again or ask me for help in the Q&A section.

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Who is the target audience?

- Anyone who's completed Calc 1 and wants to take the next step
- Current calculus students, or students about to start Calc 2 who are looking to get ahead
- Homeschool parents looking for extra support with calculus
- Anyone who wants to study calculus for fun after being away from school for a while

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Curriculum For This Course

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31:28:51

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Calculus 2 - Introduction & Resources
1 Lecture
00:45

Welcome!

Preview
00:45

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Integrals - Introduction
1 Lecture
05:55

Video introduction to integrals.

Introduction to integrals

05:55

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Integrals - Approximating area
9 Lectures
43:55

Finding the sum with summation notation calculus video example.

Summation notation, finding the sum

03:46

Expanding the sum with summation notation calculus video example.

Summation notation, expanding

03:19

Collapsing the sum with summation notation calculus video example.

Summation notation, collapsing

05:02

Course notes for riemann sums.

Riemann sums

00:28

Riemann sums, left endpoints

1 question

Riemann sums, right endpoints

2 questions

Riemann sums and midpoints calculus video example.

Riemann sums, midpoints

10:21

Riemann sums, midpoints

1 question

Course notes for trapezoidal rule.

Trapezoidal rule

00:02

Trapezoidal rule calculus video example.

Trapezoidal rule

10:30

Trapezoidal rule

4 questions

Course notes for simpson's rule.

Simpson's rule

00:03

Simpson's rule calculus video example.

Simpson's rule

10:24

Simpson's rule

3 questions

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Integrals - Definite integrals
5 Lectures
18:39

Course notes for definite integrals.

Definite integrals

00:03

Definite integrals

3 questions

Area under vs. enclosed by the graph calculus video example.

Area under or enclosed by the graph

05:55

Area under or enclosed by the graph

3 questions

Course notes for even and odd functions.

Definite integrals for even and odd functions

00:03

Definite integrals of even functions calculus video example.

Definite integrals of even functions

05:00

Definite integrals of even functions

3 questions

Definite integrals of odd functions calculus video example.

Definite integrals of odd functions

07:38

Definite integrals of odd functions

3 questions

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Integrals - Fundamental theorem of calculus
5 Lectures
25:38

Course notes for part 1 of the fundamental theorem of calculus.

Part 1

00:04

Fundamental theorem of calculus (part 1) calculus video example.

Part 1

11:32

Part 1

3 questions

Course notes for part 2 of the fundamental theorem of calculus.

Part 2

00:02

Fundamental theorem of calculus (part 2) calculus video example.

Part 2

07:26

Part 2

4 questions

Net change theorem calculus video example.

Net change theorem

06:34

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Integrals - Indefinite integrals
5 Lectures
24:07

Course notes for indefinite integrals.

Indefinite integrals

00:02

Indefinite integrals calculus video example.

Indefinite integrals

06:10

Properties of integrals calculus video example.

Properties of integrals

05:34

Properties of integrals

3 questions

Indefinite integrals

3 questions

Find f given f'' calculus video example.

Find f given f''

05:02

Find f given f''' calculus video example.

Find f given f'''

07:19

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Integrals - Initial value problems
2 Lectures
08:28

Course notes for initial value problems.

Initial value problems

00:02

Find f given f'' and initial conditions calculus video example.

Find f given f'' and initial conditions

08:26

Initial value problems

2 questions

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Integrals - U-substitution
5 Lectures
27:04

Video introduction to solving integrals.

Introduction to solving integrals

08:18

Course notes for u-substitution.

U-substitution

00:05

U-substitution calculus video example.

U-substitution

08:03

U-substitution

4 questions

Course notes for u-substitution in definite integrals.

U-substitution in definite integrals

00:02

U-substitution in definite integrals calculus video example.

U-substitution in definite integrals

10:36

U-substitution in definite integrals

4 questions

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Integrals - Integration by parts
9 Lectures
57:00

Course notes for integration by parts.

Integration by parts

00:03

Integration by parts calculus video example.

Preview
07:45

Integration by parts

2 questions

Course notes for integration by parts two times.

Integration by parts two times

00:05

Integration by parts (two times) calculus video example.

Integration by parts two times

13:36

Integration by parts (three times) calculus video example.

Integration by parts three times

10:30

Integration by parts multiple times

3 questions

Integration by parts with u-substitution calculus video example.

Integration by parts with u-substitution

08:55

Using integration by parts to prove the reduction formula calculus video example.

Prove the reduction formula

07:13

Course notes for tabular integration.

Tabular integration

00:04

Tabular integration calculus video example.

Tabular integration

08:49

Tabular integration

2 questions

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Integrals - Partial fractions
14 Lectures
02:47:11

Course notes for partial fractions.

Partial fractions

00:21

Partial fractions with distinct linear factors calculus video example.

Distinct linear factors

12:39

Partial fractions with distinct linear factors calculus video example.

Distinct linear factors, example 2

08:59

Partial fractions with distinct linear factors calculus video example.

Distinct linear factors, example 3

08:37

Distinct linear factors

4 questions

Partial fractions with distinct quadratic factors calculus video example.

Distinct quadratic factors

16:03

Partial fractions with distinct quadratic factors calculus video example.

Distinct quadratic factors, example 2

16:05

Partial fractions with distinct quadratic factors calculus video example.

Distinct quadratic factors, example 3

08:15

Distinct quadratic factors

4 questions

Partial fractions with repeated linear factors calculus video example.

Repeated linear factors

12:37

Repeated linear factors

3 questions

Partial fractions with repeated quadratic factors calculus video example.

Repeated quadratic factors

14:34

Repeated quadratic factors calculus video example.

Repeated quadratic factors, example 2

16:40

Repeated quadratic factors

3 questions

Course notes for rationalizing substitutions.

Rationalizing substitutions

00:03

Rationalizing substitutions for partial fractions calculus video example.

Rationalizing substitutions

12:29

Rationalizing substitutions

3 questions

How to factor difficult denominators for partial fractions calculus video example.

How to factor a difficult denominator

20:21

Two ways to find the constants for partial fractions calculus video example.

Two ways to find the constants

19:28

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