Math 1042     Calculus II       Fall 2019

How to succeed in this course? Listen to the advice of Professor Maria Lorenz

Go there to find the list of the homework problems, review problems for each exam (appear one week before the exam), and other important documents.

  • The first day of classes is  Monday,  August 26.
  • The last day to drop/add (tuition refund available) is Monday, September 9.
  • The last day to withdraw (no refund) is Tuesday, October 22.
  • Fall Break  is Monday,  November 25 - Sunday, December 1.
  • The last day of classes is Monday, December 9.


James Stewart: Calculus: Early Transcendentals ;  8th Edition, Cengage Learning


ISBN-13: 978-1-305-71030-6

Important: together with the textbook you will need to buy Enhanced WebAssign Homework and eBook LOE Printed Access Card for Multi Term Math and Science.


If you are repeating this class and/or took Math 1041/1038 in Fall 2015  or later then you already have textbook and access to Webassign.


If it is not the case,  click   here   to see buying options :

Warning:   Please DO NOT buy any used books since they will not let you access the WebAssign (the WebAssign codes ARE NOT transferable).


We will cover most of the sections in Chapters 5 - 7 and Chapter 11
Chapter 5:   Integrals
Chapter 6:   Applications of Integration
Chapter 7:   Techniques of Integration
Chapter 11:  Infinite Sequences and Series


See the Exam
Security Policy

There will be two common midterm exams and a comprehensive common final exam. The dates are:
Test 1: Tuesday, October 1st,  5:50 PM - 7:20 PM
Test 2: Tuesday, November 12,  5:50 PM - 7:20 PM
Final Exam: Thursday, December 12, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Important:  You will have a Review Assignment (on WebAssign): Review on Limits  will be given right before we start Chapter 11 on infinite series. The grade  review assignment will be counted as 1% of your Course Average.

Quizzes / Homework

Part of your homework will be assigned on WebAssign and will be graded by the computer. Your instructor will inform you
how often the other part of the homework will be collected and how regularly you will have in-class quizzes.

Calculator Policy
No calculators, including cell phone calculators, will be allowed on the exams and on most of  your quizzes.

Grading Policy
Your Course Average score will be computed according to the following scheme:
Review on Limits
Test 1
Test 2
Quizzes / HW
WA Homework Final Exam
1% 24% 24% 12%
4% 35%

Correspondence between the scores and the letter grades:
0-49 50-54 55-64 65-69 70-72 73-76 77-79 80-82 83-86 87-89 90-92 93-100
F D- D D+ C- C C+ B- B B+ A- A

Get your Grades        Want to see your possible grade for the course?  Go hereFill in your real or
                                         expected data.
         (Please enter the tests scores as the actual number of points you got, do not transform them in %.  Please enter your
          Quiz average  and WA grades  in %. The number may appear in the file differently. It is due to the adjustment of 5
            extra points in each exam.)