MATH 116: Calculus II
 Description
 Techniques of integration; the definite integral and simple differential equations with applications and numerical techniques; the theoretical foundations of limits, including the epsilondelta formulation; continuity and differentiability; advanced curve sketching; inverse functions; inverse trigonometric functions.
 Credit units
 3
 Term description
 1/2(3L1.5P)
 College
 Arts and Science
 Department
 Mathematics and Statistics
 Prerequisite(s)
 MATH 110.

Note:
 Intended to complete the basic introduction to calculus for students in the mathematical and physical sciences, and for others who require a solid introduction to calculus. The specified prerequisite for most secondyear courses in mathematics and statistics, including all courses accepted in major and honours programs. Students may have credit for only one of MATH 112, 116, 124, or 128. Students with credit for MATH 123 may take this course for credit.