Math 10B
Calculus II

Fall 2022, Lecture C00

Instructor: Gwen McKinley (
Course email address:

Office hours:

Lectures: 3pm on MWF, in York Hall 2622   (picture of room location)
Discussion sections: Thursdays

Course information

For information on grading, textbook, acommodations, and more: see the Course Syllabus.

Homework assignments: here.

Due dates: here is a calendar of all homework due dates and exam dates, as well as a tentative lecture schedule.

Exams/Quizzes: There will be three in-person quizzes held in class on the following dates:

The final exam will be held in person on Friday, Dec 9, from 3-6pm, in York Hall 2722.

Formula sheet for the final exam. The only trig identity I expect you to know is sin2x+cos2x = 1 (which corresponds to the unit circle definitioin of sin and cos). I do not expect you to know other trig identities; if I ever expect them to be used on a problem, I will be sure to provide them!

Practice integrals (and corresponding answer key) for Quiz 2.
Updated practice integrals (and corresponding answer key), now includes integration by parts and partial fractions.

Integration strategy tips


Office hours: (times/locations listed above) A great place to ask questions and get help on problems! You're also welcome to work on your homework during office hours, and it's a good place to meet people and find study partners.

Notes and videos: In addition to the textbook, I can recommend Paul's Online Notes (a free online Calculus textbook with plenty of worked examples — it is my go-to Calculus reference) and Khan Academy (excellent videos explaining most of the concepts in this course, as well as a library of practice problems and other resources).

Supplemental Instruction (SI): structured study sessions facilitated by a trained student leader. More details are available here.

Content tutoring: FREE drop-in and appointment based tutoring available at a wide variety of times, both virtual and in-person (at the Geisel Library). See here for more information, including a schedule and instructions on scheduling appointments.

OASIS tutoring workshops: structured group study sessions led by a tutor/facilitator. OASIS also offers individual tutoring. See here for more information, and to register for a workshop or tutoring.

Learning strategies: one-on-one appointments and group workshops on topics such as exam preparation, note-taking, and time management. See here for more details.

Private tutoring: the math department maintains a list of (paid) private tutors; see here for more information.