Here are some helpful links for Calculus II.

Go to http://www.calcchat.com/ to find free access to worked out solutions to odd exercises in both the 8th ed. and the old 7th ed. You can also purchase a hardcopy of the solutions manual at this site. There is a Chat Room for additional help but it has a fee of $25 for 18 Months. |

Be sure to visit the site that goes with our textbook. |

At the HOTMATH
site you can look at free solutions to problems in exercise sets from a
wide variety of mathematics textbooks including Calculus by Larson,
Hostetler, Edwards, sixth edition. Many of these exercises are
identical to those in the seventh edition. They now have solutions
for chapters 1 - 6 and 85% of chapters 7 - 12 for the seventh edition. |

Prentice Hall has an excellent calculator help site. |

HMC Mathematics online tutorials |

Volume of Solid of Revolution - Disk and Washer Method |

Volume of Solid of Revolution - Shell Method |

Arc Length |

Work |

Integration by Parts |

Integration involving Partial Fractions |

Polynomial Long Division |

The INTEGRATOR is a free function integrator. You need to read their instructions on entering input to use it effectively. It is from Wolfram Research and powered by Mathematica. |

Improper Integrals |

Taylor Polynomial approximations for y = sin x |

Taylor
Polynomial approximations for y = e^{x} |

Power Series |

Power Series - Derivatives and Integrals |

Parametric Equations |

Handouts, mostly on the TI graphing calculators |

Online Problems for demonstrating some topics using dpgraph |

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