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In The Catalog Prerequisites:

BADM 3501 : Financial Management and Markets
CHEM 3170 : Introduction to Physical Chemistry
CHEM 3171 : Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 6259 : Polymer Chemistry
CSCI 1112 : Algorithms and Data Structures
CSCI 1311 : Discrete Structures I
CSCI 2113 : Software Engineering
CSCI 2312 : Discrete Structures II
CSCI 2461 : Computer Architecture I
CSCI 4331 : Cryptography
CSCI 6342 : Computational Linear Algebra and Applications
ECON 2101 : Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
ECON 2102 : Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
ECON 2103 : Intermediate Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
ECON 2104 : Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
ECON 2123 : Introduction to Econometrics
ECON 3181 : International Trade Theory
EMSE 6115 : Uncertainty Analysis for Engineers
GEOL 3138 : Hydrogeology
MATH 1232 : Single-Variable Calculus II
MATH 2184 : Linear Algebra I
MATH 2185 : Linear Algebra I for Math Majors
MATH 2572 : Introduction to Computing in Mathematics
MATH 3553 : Introduction to Numerical Analysis
PHYS 1021 : University Physics I

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CSCI 1041 : Introduction to FORTRAN Programming
CSCI 1121 : Introduction to C Programming
MATH 3553 : Introduction to Numerical Analysis

As A Banner Prerequisite:

BADM 3501 : Financial Management and Markets
CSCI 1112 : Algorithms and Data Structures
CSCI 1311 : Discrete Structures I
CSCI 2113 : Software Engineering
CSCI 2312 : Discrete Structures II
ECON 2101 : Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
ECON 2102 : Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
ECON 2103 : Intermediate Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
ECON 2104 : Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
MATH 2185 : Linear Algebra I for Math Majors
PHYS 1025 : University Physics I with Biological Applications
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Mathematics (MATH)
MATH
1231
Single-Variable Calculus I
Single-Variable Calculus I
Fall 2017
0,3
Course Type
Lecture
Recitation
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students with a minimum score of 76 on the ALEKS placement examination
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No

Corequisites

500

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Limits and continuity; differentiation and integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions with applications.
A student successfully completing this course will be able to
• understand the notions of limit, continuity, differentiation, integration;
• be able to compute limits, derivatives, and evaluate integrals;
• optimize functions both with and without constraints;
• understand the main theorems in Calculus I, such as the mean value theorem, the extreme value theorem, the fundamental theorem of calculus, as well as standard theorems on limits, continuity, differentiability, and integration;
• apply calculus to various problems in physics and economics.
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Gen Ed: Math or Stat
CCAS - GCR: Q & L
ESIA-Math
ESIA-Math / Science

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