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Applied Calculus (QR) (MTH 131)

Term: 2010-2011 Academic Year Fall


Jeffrey Boerner


Mon-Wed-Fri, 8:10 AM - 9:10 AM (8/31/2010 - 12/17/2010) Location: MAIN PH 131


A one-semester study of applications of differential and integral calculus with emphasis on polynomials, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, business and economics applications. This course is for individuals with a good high school background in mathematics. This course does not provide the background for a student to continue on to Calculus II. Not available to students who have credit for MTH 150, MTH 152, or MTH 250. Prerequisites: C or better in MTH 130 or permission of the instructor or department chair. (Offered every semester.) Meets Quantitative Reasoning Intellectual Perspective requirement (QR).