Next semester I'm taking Intro to Physics II and Calculus II concurrently. Calc II is a co-requisite for Physics II, but in Physics I I've found that sometimes the teacher presumes knowledge not yet taught in Calc I (co-requisite for physics I). I was wondering if there were any topics in Calc II I should look at on my own before next semester in order to prepare for physics. Here are the course description to give you an idea of what the courses involve: Calc I: Limits, continuity, differentiation and integration, applications, FTC and Taylor's Theorem (I not sure if we're going to cover Taylor) Calc II: Calculus of transcendental functions, integration techniques (substitution was already covered), and infinite series. Physics II:Quantitative development of electromagnetism and optics. I'm assuming I'll need some knowledge of differential equations (already have this) but are there any other things that I should really know?