This is the initial course in a sequence of courses on the fundamental ideas of the calculus of one variable. It is here that truly significant applications of mathematics begin. Topics included are functions, continuity, limits, derivatives, maxima, minima, and antiderivatives. 4 credits.
Prerequisites: MATH 118 or MATH 112 or ALEKS placement score of at least 76.
To be successful in this course, students should:
Textbook: Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 10th Edition, by Howard Anton, Irl Bivens, and Stephen Davis.
Office Hours: The perfect opportunity to ask general questions about course material, specific questions about homework problems or in-class examples, questions about your grade, questions about majoring in math or information technology, etc. My office location and office hour schedule are on my home page. You can also e-mail me to set up an appointment outside of office hours if that suits your schedule better.
(FREE) Tutoring: Free tutoring sessions sponsored by the math department are held several nights per week. Tutors will be able to help you with questions about course content and approaching homework problems. Check out the website for schedule, location, and other pertinent information.
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Your final course grade will be the weighted average of the following components:
Your final exam grade will replace your lowest in-class exam grade (if the final exam grade is higher).