Division III; Quantative/Formal Reasoning;
Also offered Fall 2018
Mastery of calculus requires understanding how integration computes areas and business profit and acquiring a stock of techniques. Further methods solve equations involving derivatives (“differential equations”) for population growth or pollution levels. Exponential and logarithmic functions and trigonometric and inverse functions play an important role. This course is the right starting point for students who have seen derivatives, but not necessarily integrals, before.
The Class: Type: lecture
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will be based primarily on homework, quizzes, and/or exams
Prerequisites: MATH 130 or equivalent; students who have received the equivalent of advanced placement of AB 4, BC 3 or higher may not enroll in MATH 140 without the permission of instructor
Department Notes: students who have higher advanced placement must enroll in MATH 150 or above
Distributions: Division III; Quantative/Formal Reasoning;