MAT 152 Calculus 2
Catalog Description:
A continuation of MAT151. This is the
second course in the standard integrated calculus sequence. Topics include definitions of the indefinite
and definite integrals of algebraic, logarithmic, exponential, and
trigonometric functions, techniques and applications of integration, improper
integrals; infinite sequences and series; analytic geometry and polar
coordinates.
Prerequisites: MAT151 with
minimum C grade
Required Materials:
TEXT: Recommended: Calculus Early Transcendentals, Smith Minton 4th ed.

Graphing calculator is required: TI – 83 or 84will be used by the instructor and is therefore strongly recommended for the student 
Computer Access: CONNECT access required 
Instructor:
Professor Richard Porter
Email: porterr@mccc.edu 
Office: LA 129 
Office Hours: See Web Page 
Web Page: http://www.mccc.edu/~porterr 
Extension 5703826 
Phone: 60961 MATH 1 
Grading:
*Must Receive a 50% to pass course 
93%100%........A 90%92%..........A 87%89%..........B+ 83%86%..........B 80%83%..........B 77%79%..........C+ 70%76%..........C 60%69.5%.......D <59.5%.............F 
TOPICS  
1 
Review  
2 
Area Between Curves  
3 
Volumes  
4 
Volumes by Cylindrical Shells  
5 
Archlength and Surface Area  
6 
Integration by Parts  
7 
Trig Integrals, Trig Substitution  
8 
6.4 
Partial Fractions  
9 
Strategies for Integration  
10 
Tables, Computer  
11 
Approximate Integration  
12 
Improper Integration  
13 
Review 

14 
Midterm 
Midterm  
15 
Sequences and Series  
16 
Integral Test  
17 
8.3  Comparison Test  
18 
8.4  Alternating Series  
19 
Absolute Convergence, Ration and Root tests  
20 
Strategies  
21 
Power Series  
22 
Functins as Power series  
23 
Representing Functions as Power Series  
24 
Parametric Curves  
25 
Polar Coordinates  
26 
Area and Length in Polar Coordinates  
27 
Conic Sections  
28 
More Conic Sections  
29 
Review 
Review 

30 
12/13  Final 
Accessibility Statement
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