Calculus II for Dummies
A comprehensive overview of Calculus II along with an in depth review of Calculus I. Mahobe recommends this book to anyone taking a Calculus class unless they happen to be an absolute math genius. Even then we are sure that the geniuses will get a kick out of the humor interlaced through out the book.
Contents of the Book:
Part I: Introduction to Integration
- Chapter 1: An Aerial View of the Area Problem
- Chapter 2: Dispelling Ghosts from the Past: A Review of Pre-Calculus and Calculus I
- Chapter 3: From Definite to Indefinite: The Indefinite Integral
Part II: Indefinite Integrals
- Chapter 4: Instant Integration: Just Add Water (And C)
- Chapter 5: Making a Fast Switch: Variable Substitution
- Chapter 6: Integration by Parts
- Chapter 7: Trig Substitution: Knowing All the (Tri)Angles
- Chapter 8: When All Else Fails: Integration with Partial Fractions
Part III: Intermediate Integration Topics
- Chapter 9: Forging into New Areas: Solving Area Problems
- Chapter 10: Pump up the Volume: Using Calculus to Solve 3-D Problems
Part IV: Infinite Series
- Chapter 11: Following a Sequence, Winning the Series
- Chapter 12: Where Is This Going? Testing for Convergence and Divergence
- Chapter 13: Dressing up Functions with the Taylor Series
Part V: Advanced Topics
- Chapter 14: Multivariable Calculus
- Chapter 15: What’s So Different about Differential Equations?
Part VI: The Part of Tens
- Chapter 16: Ten “Aha!” Insights in Calculus II
- Chapter 17: Ten Tips to Take to the Test