Calculus 2 continues with the mathematical study of change first introduced to students during Calculus 1. The course covers integration, applications of integration, and series, while also reviewing and expanding upon concept introduced in Calculus 1 such as limits and derivatives. It is predominantly a college-level math course, with most students who take the course doing so during either their freshman or sophomore year. As Calculus 2 is a continuation of Calculus 1, it is recommended that students take the two courses in back-to-back years. Although Calculus 2 is typically not a required college course, it is highly recommended for students majoring in math or any other field which requires advanced mathematical concepts, such as engineering, physics, or economics. Whether you need Calculus tutoring in Atlanta, Calculus tutoring in Houston, or Calculus tutoring in San Francisco, working one-on-one with an expert may be just the boost your studies need.

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