This course is the first term of a three-term sequence required of all engineering, mathematics, and chemistry majors, and is the basic course leading to all advanced courses in mathematics and the natural and physical sciences. A study of the derivative, trigonometric functions, the integral, and applications of the derivative and the integral.

# MATH 0140 - 2015

CALCULUS 1

Session

Full Term Session

Class Number

15631

Career

Undergraduate

Dates

8/19/2020 - 12/5/2020

Units

4 units

Grading

Letter Grade

Description

This course is the first term of a three-term sequence required of all engineering, mathematics, and chemistry majors, and is the basic course leading to all advanced courses in mathematics and the natural and physical sciences. A study of the derivative, trigonometric functions, the integral, and applications of the derivative and the integral.

Enrollment Requirements

PREREQ: MATH (132)

Class Notes

Course meets remotely on days/time listed.

Class Details

Instructor(s)

Marius Buliga

Meets

MoWeFr 9:45AM - 10:50AM

Meeting Dates

08/19/2020 - 12/05/2020

Room

WEB Based Class

Campus

Bradford Campus

Location

Bradford Campus

Components

Lecture Required |

Textbooks/Materials

#### Thomas' Calculus

College Text

Status
Required

ISBN
9780321587992

Author
Weir

Publisher
Pearson

Edition
12th

Published
10

Price
291.25 USD

Notes
Used Price: $218.50 subject to change

Class Availability

Status

Open

Seats Taken

19

Seats Open

1

Class Capacity

20

Unrestricted Seats

1

Restricted Seats

0

Wait List Total

1

Wait List Capacity

20