This course introduces the basic principles and fundamentals of calculus and helps students develop logical, creative- and critical-thinking skills, and problem-solving skills for various mathematical problems. Students will learn about rectangular coordinates, analytic geometry, transcendental functions, inverse functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications, Taylor polynomials, integration, and applications. The examples and problems are taken from various subject areas, including physics, chemistry, biology, ecology, sociology, economics, business, engineering, probabilities, and statistics.

Note: Restricted to Arts & Science, Machine Learning Analyst, Social Work, Therapeutic Rec and Open Studies

This course introduces the basic principles and fundamentals of calculus and helps students develop logical, creative- and critical-thinking skills, and problem-solving skills for various mathematical problems. Students will learn about rectangular coordinates, analytic geometry, transcendental functions, inverse functions, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications, Taylor polynomials, integration, and applications. The examples and problems are taken from various subject areas, including physics, chemistry, biology, ecology, sociology, economics, business, engineering, probabilities, and statistics.

Note: Restricted to Arts & Science, Machine Learning Analyst, Therapeutic Rec and Open Studies


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