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MAT 132 Calculus II

Welcome to MAT 132, the second part of the MAT 131/132 calculus sequence.

The semester grades will be available in the SOLAR shortly.

Your total course score (out of 100%) was computed as a weighted total of Homework 20%, Midterms 20% each, Final Exam 40%; the quiz score was halved and added to the total of the two midterms before the weighting. (Thus the quiz contributed up to 10 points to the total of 200 points for the two midterms.)

The course percentage determines your exam grade as follows:

A 80+
A- 75-79
B+ 71-74
B 66-70
B- 59-65
C+ 53-58
C 48-52
D 35-47
F 0-34

In borderline cases, your recitation participation was taken into account if it worked in your favor.

As a bonus, we decided that students whose final exam performance was much better than their work during semester deserve better grades than their weighted total suggest. The bonus grades were assigned as follows:

A final>180
A- final>160
B final>140
C final>100
More info on the final can be found on the Exams page.

Thus, your semester grade is the best of the grade determined by the weighted total, and the bonus grade determined by the exam.

The course will cover infinite series, integration techniques, and differential equations. Knowledge of these topics is essential for studies in mathematics, the physical sciences, economics, engineering, and other fields. A good grasp of differentiation is assumed at the outset, as is some familiarity with elementary integration.

Please click on the links on the left to find out more. The syllabus, textbook, prerequisites info and grading policies can all be found on the Course Info page. The Instructors & Recitations page contains the schedule for lectures and recitations, as well as instructors' office hours and contact info.

The homeworks (assigned weekly) will be posted on the Homework page.

Exam schedule is on the Exams page.

IMPORTANT: It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the exam schedule and to be available for exams at these times. There will be no makeups for midterm exams. As for the final exam, university policy is that makeup exams are given only for work missed due to documented medical reasons and for exceptional "unforeseeable" circumstances beyond the student's control. This does not include schedule conflicts.