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MATH 123 - Calculus & its Applications |
An intuitive presentation of the concepts of calculus interwoven with numerous real-world applications of mathematical models. Topics include: algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, and integrals. Applications in the Physical, Life and Social Sciences, Business, and Medicine. (Not intended for Mathematics majors. May not be taken by students who have successfully completed MATH 141.) Competence in college level algebra is necessary for successful completion of the course. (MATH 121 or MATH 114 is suggested for those without adequate mathematical background.) (General Education - Scientific and Mathematical Reasoning and Core Academic Skills) Three semester hours.
3.000 Credit hours 3.000 Lecture hours Levels: Second Degree, Undergraduate Schedule Types: Lecture Math & Computing Department Course Attributes: GNED - Logical/Analyt Thgt, GNED - Mathematics, GNED-Core Academic Skills, GNED-Mathematical Reasoning Mutual Exclusion: This course carries a mutual exclusion with the following courses; you may not enroll in it if you have completed any of the following with a passing grade: MATH 141 Prerequisites: |
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