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