This course covers transcendental functions and their calculus. Other topics include various methods of integration - integration by parts and partial fractions, applications, parametric equations, polar coordinates, sequences, and series.
This course requires a solid foundation in algebra and trigonometry and strong background in Calculus I - differentiation and integration. The prerequisite for the live Calculus II course is a minimum grade of C in Calculus I.
You will NOT get any credit from taking this course in iTunes U though. You need to enroll as a regular student to receive credits. This course is offered year-round. Please visit this web site for more information.