Math 102 Calculus II Home Page
Further links concerning this course will be given here

Try the Mathematics History archive at Index of Biographies and read about the mathematicians whose works we will learn this semester. They include, Jacobi, Taylor, Jordan, Riemann, Fubini, Mobius, Green, Gauss, Stokes, Weierstrass,

What to learn from these biographies? When I read these biographies I find out that these men worked on specific problems, believed that they can understand the underlying principles of the problem and worked sincerely towards a better understanding. I find out that mathematics is not only learning what others do but using what others do in solving problems, understanding and describing the inner workings of structures.
As Arf used to say: "Have a big problem in your mind and whatever you learn, first apply it to this problem." I later found out that it is better to have more than one problem in mind!

Here is a quotation from Jacobi: "Mathematics exists solely for the honour of the human mind."

The course schedule:

MON 14:40-17:30 SAZ-04 
WED  8:40-11:30 SAZ-04  
FRI  8:40-11:30 SAZ-04  

What is covered so far:
Week 1: 8.1-8.7
Week 2: 8.8-8.11
Midterm I: 23 June 2001 Saturday 10:00,
Solution Manual of the exam is here as a pdf file. You need Acrobat Reader.
Week 3: No Class
Week 4: 9.6, 9.7, 10.3, 10.4, 10.7, 11.1, 11.3, 11.4
Week 5: 12.1-12.9
Midterm II: 14 July 2001 Saturday 10:00
Solution Manual of the exam is here as a pdf file.
Week 6: 13.1, 13.3, 13.4, 13.6, 13.7
Week 7: 14.1, 14.2, 14.4-14.8
Solution Manual of the exam is here as a pdf file.

Your grades are HERE.

For a detailed Calculus web page see also Tekman's Calculus page.