Stephen DeSalvo

Math 126 Calculus II

NOTE: Please do not email me with questions like "I missed class, what did we cover?" Find someone else in the class and ask them.

Note: During office hours, if I am working on something or am on the computers PLEASE INTERRUPT ME. I will be more than happy to assist you. If there is no one here to help I will certainly keep myself busy, but please get my attention if you do need assistance during those times. Office hours are my time to help you.

Note: If you email me asking for help on a particular problem from the book, please include all of the relevant information in the email, as I do not check emails with the book right next to me. In particular, do not email me with a question like "how do you do number 6?" Write out the problem in the email and explain exactly where you are stuck and what you have tried.

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My office hours for the rest of the semester are Tuesdays from 9-11am and Thursdays 10-11am in KAP 263, the Math Center.

Also, please note that there is always a TA in the math center from 9-7 Monday - Thursday, and 9-5 on Fridays, so if those times do not work for you you can go in at any time to get help.

Unit Circle

Trig Identities. This is the one that I used to carry around. Note that they use j to represent the imaginary number sqrt(-1).

Also useful is the Wikipedia page on Trig Identities

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125 Final Exams. For students who aren't sure if they're adequately prepared for this class.

Website for previous Math 126 Final Exams.

Quizzes and Solutions

Quiz 1.

Quiz 1 Solutions.

Quiz 2.

Quiz 2 Solutions.

Quiz 3.

Quiz 3 Solutions.

Quiz 4.

Quiz 4 Solutions.

Quiz 5.

Quiz 5 Solutions.

Quiz 6.

Quiz 6 Solutions.

Quiz 7.

Quiz 7 Solutions.

Quiz 8.

Quiz 8 Solutions.

Quiz 9.

Quiz 9 Solutions.

Quiz 10.

Quiz 10 Solutions.

Quiz 11.

Quiz 11 Solutions.

Quiz 12.

Quiz 12 Solutions.

Supplementary Material

A note on Compositions.

Epsilon-Delta Limits

A very tricky limit.

Other things

Pretty pictures.

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