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MATH 141: Introduction
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This document is a compilation of free open source resources for students of MATH 141 (Calculus 2). It was created to provide an accessible alternative to the assigned course materials.
This spreadsheet has four main sheets:
-Introduction
-Table of Contents (with clickable links to the appropriate sections)
-Content
This sheet is divided into four main topics: Integrals, Techniques of Integration, Applications of Integration, and Sequences and Series. This structure corresponds to the order followed on the MATH 141 syllabus from Fall 2018. Each section contains a table which presents open source material in the same order as is followed in Stewart Calculus. The table has the following columns:
-Corresponding Section in Stewart
-Topics Covered
-Open Source PDF Material
This column presents material from two textbooks: OpenStax’s Calculus: Volume 2 and Lyryx Learning’s Calculus: Early Transcendentals. Each mention of a section or example is linked to the PDF of the book.
-Links to Open Source Material
This column provides you with links to each specific section on the OpenStax textbook’s HTML reader. The Lyryx Learning textbook did not come in such a format, so you must refer to the PDF links provided in the previous column.
-Other Useful Links
This column provides links to useful YouTube videos that may clarify the topic.

`-Exercises
This sheet is organized roughly in the same way as the Content sheet. It follows the order of the four main themes and proceeds in the same order as the Stewart textbook. As before, the tables have five columns:
-Corresponding section in Stewart
-OpenSource Textbook
-Section
-Exercises
A link to the corresponding OpenStax HTML section is provided. Scroll to the bottom of the page to view the exercises.
-Exercise Solutions




Note on the OpenStax textbook

Occasionally the material covered in one section in Stewart Calculus will be fragmented and spread over multiple sections in OpenStax. To maintain consistency with the original text, the spreadsheet often presents a topic as a mosaic of different sections in OpenStax. If this is confusing to you, feel free to explore the OpenStax table of contents.

Note on the Lyryx textbook

OpenStax occasionally glosses over a topic that is more emphasized in Stewart, or doesn’t offer certain important examples that are offered in Stewart. In these cases, the Lyryx textbook is used. Each section in the Content sheet has a “Notable examples from Lyryx” segment to refer you to examples that OpenStax may have let fall through the cracks.
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