Math1014 Assignment Help

MATH 1014: Calculus II(Spring 2014)

Time: Tue/Thu, 13:30-14:50

Room : 4620

Instructor: Dr. W.D. Zheng
Office Hours: Tue 11:00am - 1:00pm @MSC.

Teaching Assistant:  Chan Yun Hung ( (Office hours to be arranged by the TA)

Course Description

A sequel to Math1013. Topics include applications of definite integrals, integration techniques,  improper integrals, infinite sequences and infinite series, power series and Taylor series, and vectors.

By completing the course, students should be able to
1. understand the important role of the concept of limit in calculus;
2. apply the techniques of calculus in formulating and solving problems;
3. acquire advanced techniques of integration.

Prerequisite:  Math 1013 or Math 1023
Exclusion:AL Pure Mathematics; AL Applied Mathematics; MATH 1003, MATH 1018, MATH 1020, MATH 1024; any MATH course at or above 100-/2000- level

Learning Resources

1. Lecture notes.

2. Textbook.

Briggs W. L. and Cochran L. Calculus for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson.
3. Math learning support at the Math Support Center.
4. Supplementary materials.
  • Basic integrals (§7.1), integration by parts (§7.2)
  • Trigonometric integrals (§7.3), trigonometric substitutions (§7.4)
  • Polar coordinates and calculus (§11.2, §11.3), partial fractions (§7.5)
  • Numerical integration (§7.7), improper integrals (§7.8)
  • Sequences (§9.1, 9.2), infinite series (§9.3)
  • Divergence and integral tests (§9.4), ratio, root and comparison tests (§9.5)
  • Alternating series (§9.6), Taylor polynomials (§10.1), power series (§10.2), Taylor series (§10.3)

Homework: 12%; Midterm Exam: 33 %; Final Exam: 55 %


  • Homework sets will be delivered and submitted online via the WeBWorK system. 
  • Students are allowed to submit and check answers through the WeBWorK system as many times as preferred before the due time.
  • Students should visit the following WeBWorK@UST page to get familiar with the system as early as possible:
  • Vectors in the plane (§12.1)
  • Vectors in three dimensions (§12.2), dot products (§12.3)
  • Cross products (§12.4)

Midterm Examination:

  • Date: 30 March 2014
  • Time: TBD
  • Venue: TBD
  • Form: Closed books and notes.
  • Topics to be tested: TBD

Final Examination:

  • Date: 19/5/2014, Monday
  • Time: 16:30 - 19:30
  • Venue: LG1 Table Tennis Room
  • Form: Closed books and notes.
  • Topics to be tested: TBD

MATH1014 Introduction to Linear Algebra

General Information

MATH1014 is a Junior (or first-year) unit forming part of the Fundamental Mathematics stream.

  • Credit point value: 3CP.
  • Classes per week: Two lectures and one tutorial.
  • Lecturer(s) in 2018: Alexander Fish, Brad Roberts .
  • Email contact address:
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Students have the right to appeal any academic decision made by the School or Faculty. For further information, see the Science Faculty web site.

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Answers to frequently asked questions

See the main junior mathematics page for information relating to all junior mathematics units, and see in particular the Junior Maths FAQ page.

Online Resources

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