# Mth210 - Calculus II

Note: This course was previously numbered Mth134.

## Course Contact

**Kris Campbell**- kcampbell@elgin.edu
- D212
- 847.214.7447

## Course outline

This is your source for the official course objectives listed in the Course Catalog.

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## Resources

Filename and Description |
Creator |
LastUpdated |

Syllabus Outline General syllabus outline for all courses |
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Instructor File Contains chapters to cover and general course information. |
department | 3/2014 |

Calculus of a Vase A hands-on group lab assignment involving regression and volume of revolution of a vase. |
Nicole Scherger | 2014 |

Series Strategies A printable flowchart of strategies for determining convergence of infinite series. |
Kris Campbell | 2016 |

Integration Strategies A printable somewhat light-hearted flowchart of integration strategies. |
Dan Kernler | 2015 |

Volumes and Surfaces of Revolution This is a handout with the same region revolved around various axes of symmetry. It helps students grapple with these concepts and choose the most appropriate method for calculating the volume. |
Dan Kernler | 2015 |

Inifinite Series Theorems This is a handout including all a summary of the definitions, theorems, and strategies surrounding infinite series. |
Dan Kernler | 2008 |

Inifinte Series Test Summary This handout has a table of the various tests for convergence. |
Dan Kernler | 2015 |

Power Series for Elementary Functions Just a list of the power series for elementary functions to use as a resource for students. |
Dan Kernler | 2015 |

Polar Coordinate Graphs Small Large These files are just blank polar coordinate graphs. The small version leaves work space to the left. The large is two large polar coordinate systems taking up the entire page. |
Dan Kernler | 2008 |

A Cardioid Application This is a handout or problem that can be discussed regarding the cardioid pickup pattern of a microphone. |
Dan Kernler | 2008 |