Calculus I for the Natural Sciences
Review of algebra and trigonometry. Differential calculus of the algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions of a single variable; introduction to integral calculus; techniques of integration. Introduction to ordinary differential equations. Polar coordinates. Complex numbers. Applications to problems in the natural sciences are emphasized.
Additional Course Information
MA100 and completion of the Calculus Placement Exam (CPE), or permission of the department.
MA103, MA105, MA110*, MA130. This course may not count for credit in Mathematics programs.
- 3 lecture hours, 1.5 lab hours