MAT 2170 - Applied Calculus II
3 credit hours
Mat 2170 is a continuation of MAT 2160 for students who need a two-semester applied calculus sequence. Trigonometric functions, integration techniques, Taylor polynomials, series, introduction to differential equations and statistical methods. (Formerly MAT 127 or MAT 217, credit may not be received for both MAT 127 and MAT 2170 nor can credit be received for both MAT 217 and MAT 2170.)
Prerequisite: MAT 126, 2160, 216, 2410 or 241. Student must have graphing calculator.
Bittinger and Ellenbogen. Calculus and Its Applications, 9th Edition
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Upon successful completion of the course, each student should be able to:
1. Find derivatives and antiderivatives of trigonometric functions.
2. Do integration by parts.
3. Compute partial derivatives.
4. Optimize functions of several variables.
5. Utilize calculus in probability and statistics.
6. Use elementary differential equations in modeling real-world problems.