MTH132 (Applied Calculus - II)

Vladimir A. Dobrushkin,Tyler 207, 874-5095,

Math 132 course is the second semester of the calculus sequence intended primarily for students in the life sciences. It is different from the four-credit calculus sequence, Math 141-142, designed for students in the physical sciences, engineering, and math. The emphasis in Mth 131-132 will be on the theory and interpretation of calculus in numerical, graphical, and algebraic terms. Topics related to trigonometric functions, integration by parts and partial fractions, partial derivatives, infinite series. Applications to problems such as optimization, probability theory, simple differential equations. Prerequisite: MTH131.

MTH132, section 01, TR 9:30 - 10:45 am Wales Hall, Room 226

TEXTBOOK:Applied Calculus, by Hughes-Hallett, Gleason, et al.

Help With Your studies and homework:
Tutors are available at both the providence and kingston campuses. Check with them for specific hours. Also, you can make individual appointments with me. For this, contact me by phone, e-mail, or ask me during class.
I may help you with questions during office hours, or at other times by appointment. Also, I will try to answer questions sent by electronic mail as promptly as possible. Students who require accommodations and who have documentation from Disability Services (874-2098) should make arrangements with me as soon as possible.

Prof .Vladimir Dobrushkin
Department of Mathematics