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Analytic Geometry and Calculus 2
MAC 2312, section 0639
Fall 2001

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Professor David Groisser
418 Little Hall
392-0281 extension 261

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    Prerequisites for this course

    MAC 2311 or equivalent, defined as the material in Chapters 1-5 of our textbook. You will need a good working knowledge of Calculus 1, not merely to have taken it at some time in the past. If you are weak in Calculus 1, or it's been a while since you took it, you will need to spend extra time reviewing or relearning that material. Also, since the order in which different textbooks cover the customary topics in a Calculus 1-2-3 sequence varies, if you took Calculus I using a different textbook you may not have covered all of the material you are expected to know (e.g. the exponential, logarithm, and inverse trigonometric functions, and inverse functions in general). Because of time constraints we cannot cover or significantly review any of the material in Chapters 1-5 that individual students may be insufficiently familiar with. If you are one of these students, you will have to fill in the gaps on your own; if you are unable to do this, then a better course for you may be MAC 3512 (Calculus 2 for Advanced Placement Students) or MAC 2311 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1).

    Last update made by D. Groisser Thu Aug 16 15:22:57 EDT 2001