MA 122 - Integral Calculus

MA 122 - Integral Calculus

3.00 Cr
This is the second of a two-semester, six-credit calculus sequence. In this course we study topics in integral calculus, emphasizing how we can use calculus to understand real-world problems such as fluid pumping and lifting, how rain catchers are used in city drain systems, and how a compound bow fires an arrow. Specific topics include optimization, related rates, antiderivatives, definite integrals, the fundamental theorems of calculus, integration by substitution, integration by parts, applications of integration, and an introduction to differential equations. We use technology extensively, and we also focus on learning how to explain mathematics orally and in writing. The sequence MA 121-MA 122 is considered to be equivalent to MA 131.
Term: 
2020SU
Method: 
LEC
LAB
Faculty: 
Ayers, Kimberly
Glowienka, Jennifer
Hall, Cassie
Keeffe, Mary