Calculus: Techniques & Applications (MAT4130.01)

Kathryn Montovan
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Calculus can be used to solve a wide range of problems in science, environmental studies, economics, and human behavior. For example: derivatives enable us to optimize functions and find the best way to do all sorts of things, and we can use integrals to compute areas and volumes of complex shapes. This course will build on MAT4145: Calculus: Analysis of the Infinite by providing additional techniques for computing derivatives, integrals, and solutions to differential equations, and opportunities to apply calculus skills to a wide range of real world problems. Applications will include biology, environmental studies, physics, economics, and normal decisions/activities. This course will progress through a series of topics in tutorial style and can only be taken for Pass-Fail grading.

Prerequisites: Calculus: Analysis of the Infinite, MAT4145
Credits: 2
F 10:10am - 12:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 16
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