Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Lab 1: Calculus I Review
Rate of Change and Accumulation
Lab Preparation: Email brief answers to the following questions to me ([email protected])
by 11:00 pm Monday, January 13.
Graph P (t ) =
1
on your calculator.
1 + et
1. Deriv
Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Lab 4: Arclength Part 1
Instructions: Work with your group on all questions in this lab. We encourage you to collaborate both
in and out of class, but you must write up your responses individually. Your work must be neat and
include
Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Lab 3: Approximating Definite Integrals Part 2
Instructions: We encourage you to collaborate both in and out of class, but you must write up your
responses individually. Your work must be neat and include sufficient exposition to ma
Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Lab 5: Arclength Part 2
Instructions: Work with your group on all questions in this lab. We encourage you to collaborate
both in and out of class, but you must write up your responses individually. Your work must be neat
and include
Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Lab 7: Modeling with Definite Integrals Part 2
Instructions: Teach the other two members of your new group how to answer Parts a-c of the
question. Then work together to answer Part d for all three of your contexts. Submit your
indi
Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Lab 6: Modeling with Definite Integrals Part 1
Instructions: Work with your group on the problem assigned to you. We encourage you to
collaborate both in and out of class, but you must write up your responses individually.
1. The ki
Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Mystery Constant T
A chemical process causes temperature fluctuations inside a reactor, described by the equation
for T given below (in units of 100 C).
T=
1 1 1 1 1 1
+ + +.
0! 1! 2! 3! 4! 5!
(Note that n ! = 1 2 3 n and by conven
Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Lab 10: Taylor Series Part 1
Function 1
Lab Preparation: Answer the following questions individually and bring your write-up to class.
1. Find the Taylor polynomials of orders 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 for f ( x) =
1
centered at a = 2 .
1
Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Lab 11: Taylor Series Part 2
Instructions: Work with your group on the problem assigned to you. We encourage you to
collaborate both in and out of class, but you must write up your responses individually.
1. Write the nth degree Tay
Calculus 2
Spring 2014
Lab 10: Taylor Series Part 1
Lab: Work with your group on the problem assigned to you. We encourage you to collaborate
both in and out of class, but you must write up your responses individually.
1. Let g ( x) = ln x .
a. Find a for