MATH 020.A (Spring 2023)
Fundamentals of Calculus II
 Homework
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 Points about Homework that are in the syllabus but are worth repeating:
 Complete homework assignments are posted under the link above.
Some of it must be done through MyMathLab. However, a significant part
of the homework will contain problems that are not available on MyMathLab.
You must do them by hand and put them in some organized place (such as a notebook).
 MyMathLab
homework for any given section will be made available on the day that
we have covered some nontrivial part of that section in class. You are
encouraged to begin
working on the homework even before we complete the section if you see that
you can do some of the assigned problems (remember, you need to do both
MyMathLab and nonMyMathLab ones). If we have not finished covering a section
in class, stop working on the assigned problems when you see that we have
not yet covered examples that match the assigned problems.
 Assignments can be completed after the due date, but there will be a 20 %
late penalty per day on any work (on MyMathLab) completed after the due date.
 The purpose of the homework is to help you master the techniques covered in class.
As such, homework problems will be substantially based on examples and material presented in class. Therefore, you should study your notes before you attempt the homework, and mimic your solutions on the examples in the notes and (occasionally) on the indicated examples from the book.
 See the instructor for help as soon as you notice having difficulty with the homework.
 Enrolling in MyMathLab
 Note that if you have
recently taken math 19, you can use your existing account with
Pearson/MyMathLab to register this semester; you will not have to pay any additional fees.
 If you have not
taken math 19 with the textbook used this semester (see above) and have
difficulty enrolling in MyMathLab, please let me know as soon as
possible.

 Lecture 1  Review / based on Secs. 5.{1,2,5} (of Chap. 5)
 Lecture 2  Area between two curves  Theory / based on Sec. 6.1
 Lecture 3  Area between two curves  Applications / based on Secs. 6.1, 6.2 & 5.5
 Lecture 4  Integration By Parts / based on Sec. 6.3
 Lecture 5  Numerical integration / based on Sec. 6.4
 Lecture 6  Improper integrals / based on Sec. 11.1
 Lecture 7  Probability density function / based on Sec. 11.2
 Lecture 8  Expected value (mean, average), Variance, Standard deviation, Median / based on Sec. 11.3
 Lecture 9  Exponential and Normal (Gaussian) PDFs / based on Sec. 11.4
 Lecture 10  Differential Equations: Introduction & What to expect / based on Sec. 9.1
 Accompanying HW: 19, 20, 21
 Lecture 11  Separable differential equations, with Applications / based on Sec. 9.2
 Lecture 12  Linear differential equations, with application to Mixing / based on Sec. 9.3
 Lecture 13  Functions of several variables and Vizualization of functions of 2 variables / based on Sec. 7.1
 Lecture 14  Partial derivatives / based on Sec. 7.2
 Lecture 15  Extrema of functions of 2 variables / based on Sec. 7.3