Course Detail

Units:

4.0
Course Components:

Laboratory

Lecture

Enrollment Information

Enrollment Requirement:

Prerequisites: "C" or better in ((MATH 1050 AND MATH 1060) OR MATH 1080 OR (MATH 1060 AND (Accuplacer AAF 263+ OR Accuplacer CLM 80+))) OR AP Calc AB 3+ OR Accuplacer AAF 276+ OR Accuplacer CLM 90+ OR ACT Math 28+ OR SAT Math 650+ OR Department Consent.

Requirement Designation:

Quantitative Reasoning (Math & Stat/Logic)

Description

Differential and integral calculus with a focus on engineering applications and projects: functions and models; rates of change in science and engineering, limits and derivatives; related rates; derivatives and shapes of graphs; optimization; Newton's method; definite integrals, anti-differentiation and Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; techniques of integration; numerical and symbolic integration with software; arclength, area and volumes via integration.