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17Calculus - Calculus 2 - 100 Practice Problems

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This page consists of 100 calculus 2 practice problems based on a video from one of our favorite instructors. We have laid out each practice problem and included the video clip containing each solution.

Here is the list of practice problems. We recommend that you download this pdf before starting.

Make sure you support the guy that did this video. He put a LOT of work into, not just doing the video, but also preparing the problems and making sure his solutions were correct. He did a GREAT job. So go to YouTube and like this video and follow him. He is one of our favorite instructors. (By the way, we are not receiving any compensation from him. We just think his videos will help you.)

We have another page with 100 infinite series practice problems by this same guy.

Notes

1. In this video, some of his problems are multiple choice. See his handout for the choices but we recommmend that you work each problem without looking at the choices. This will prepare you better for your exams, especially your final exam.

2. When evaluating integrals using integration by parts, he uses a tabular method, which he calls the DI Method. We strongly recommend that you do not work them with this shortcut. It essentially allows you to use integration by parts without having to learn the technique. When we teach, we do not give credit for problems worked this way. However, check with your instructor to see what they require.

3. The problems here are not in the same order as he has them in the video. We have grouped them by type in order for you to focus on the techniques that you need more practice on for your exam. You can find his question number in the hint. The problems themselves are on separate pages. Here are the links.

Sequences and Series

Limits

Integrals

Parametrics

Polar Coordinates

Hyperbolics

Applications

Basic Differential Equations

Approximations

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