David M. McClendon Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
Ferris State University
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     130:  Pre-calculus
     216:  Applied Calculus
     220:  Calculus I
     230:  Calculus II
     251:  Statistics
     320:  Calculus III
     322:  Linear Algebra
     324:  Fundamentals of Math
     330:  Differential Equations
     414:  Prob/Stat I
     416:  Prob/Stat II
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     430:  Real Analysis
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 Math 230 (Calculus II)


 Recent syllabi and course calendars
 
          Spring 2016 syllabus [pdf]
          Spring 2016 calendar [pdf]

          Fall 2014 syllabus [pdf]
          Fall 2014 calendar [pdf]



 Course documents

          Lecture notes [pdf]
          Old exams [pdf]
          Notes on infinite series [pdf]
          A list of the main theorems of Calculus II [pdf]
          A one-page summary of the main points of infinite series [pdf]
          A list of the "big six" Taylor series [pdf]


 Mathematica information and files

          Students:  obtain your copy of Mathematica by clicking here.
          Some general information about Mathematica [pdf]
          My Calc I/II quick reference guide for Mathematica [pdf]
          A guide to functions, plots and graphics in Mathematica [nb - right-click and save to your machine]
          Mathematica file with the animated graphics for the area problems discussed in class [nb]
          Mathematica file with the animated graphics for the volume problems discussed in class [nb]
          Mathematica file with animated graphics used during the first lecture on parametric equations [nb]
          Mathematica file with animated graphics used to discuss shifts on parametric graphs [nb]
          Interactive graphics illustrating the connection between Taylor polynomials and a function [nb]


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          Information on tutoring offered at FSU
          Educational Counseling and Disability Services
          Khan Academy (online math videos)