Calculus 2, Chapter 2: Part 7 - Review
Calculus is the mathematics of change and motion. Calculus was developed independently in the late 17th century by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Calculus II is all about integral calculus. Mainly in this course, we are learning many techniques to solve many different problems with applications. By taking this course, you will be able to set up and evaluate integrals to find areas and volumes and to solve real-world problems, evaluate integrals by hand using a variety of techniques including substitutions, parts, partial fractions, and hyperbolic trigonometry, Analyze the convergence of sequences, series, and power series, solve elementary problems in vector analysis This course is with four main chapters: 1. Applications of integrals: Using integrals to find areas and volumes and to solve real-world problems 2. Evaluating integrals by hand: Evaluate integrals by hand using a variety of techniques, including substitutions, parts, partial fractions, and hyperbolic trigonometry 3. Analyzing the convergence of sequences, series, and power series 4. Vector analysis: Solve elementary problems in vector analysis
Dr. Miuran Denzil
Lifelong Mathematics Teacher and Doctorate
I am Dr. Miuran Dencil a professional mathematician currently working as an assistant professor. I earned my master’s and doctoral degrees in mathematics in 2016 and 2020 from Texas Tech University, Texas, USA. While in college, I won a very prestigious Presidential Graduate Fellowship for 5 years, which is offered to the very best graduate student in the school. I have invited speaker for many recognized conferences and won many grants for my research. My dissertation research was Geometric Properties of Special Functions and Related Quadratic Differentials. My research interests include Partial Differential Equations and Number Theory. I graduated from the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka in 2011 with a Bachelor's Degree, which is a special degree in mathematics with first-class honors.
I have over 16 years of teaching experience and taught mathematics to kindergarten through senior high school students, college-level, and graduate-level classes.
Once I graduated from my bachelor’s degree, I worked as an instructor at the University of Kelaniya from 2011-2013, then worked as a lecturer at the University of Moratuwa from 2013-2015. Then I started my graduate studies at Texas Tech University while working as a GPTI/ Research assistant 2015-2020.
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