The Mathematics Department of
SUNY at Stony Brook

Calculus II


where you will be initiated into the mysteries of integration,
power series, differential equations, and their applications.

  Course Coordinator:
Prof. Claude LeBrun.


James Stewart
Single Variable Calculus
Concepts & Contexts
Fourth Edition (2010)
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Exam Schedule

Midterm I Thursday, October 3 8:45-10:15 pm
Midterm II Thursday, October 31 8:45-10:15 pm
Final Exam Thursday, December 12 2:15-5:00 pm

By enrolling in this course, you are promising to be available for these exams at these times.
No calculators will be needed or allowed in these exams. Pencil-and-paper solutions only!

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