Calculus I, II and III (B)
Fall 2014, Winter 2015 and Spring 2015 quarters
Calculus is the mathematical study of change. This course is designed for students interested in further studies in science, mathematics, engineering, technology and economics.
In this thematically-integrated course, students will cover a full year of calculus through small-group discussions, interactive lectures, and hands-on laboratory investigations. We will learn about limits, rate of change, differentiation and its rules, optimization, integration and its applications (area under the curve, volumes of revolution, arc length and surfaces), methods of integration, differential equations and multi-variable calculus. We will take a numerical, algebraic and graphical approach to the main concepts of calculus. This class will cover many of the traditional topics of a first-year calculus sequence. The option of taking this course in combination with the Physics course is available and recommended.
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Location and Schedule
Offered during: Evening
Advertised schedule: Mondays, 6-10 pm. First winter meeting will be Jan 5th, 6 pm, in Sem 2 B2107
Final Schedule and Room Assignment
|May 15th, 2014||Due to addition of second calculus course, Calculus I, II, III is now known as Calculus I, II, III (B)|