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MATH 180 Calculus

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The most critical course in this program is Calculus I (MATH-180). All mathematics are offered in a sequence starting at Calculus I. If a student cannot reach to this course nor pass it successfully, he/she will not be able to take the rest of 14 credits of mathematics. Also, Calculus I is the pre-requisite of Engineering Physics I, and subsequently Engineering Physics 2.

MATH-180 Calculus I

Credit Hours: 
5.00
Course Description: 

For students planning to pursue a course of study involving a concentration in mathematics. Topics include limits, continuity, the derivative, differentiation of algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, applications of the derivative, antidifferentiation, and the definite integral.  Numerical, graphical and algebraic approaches are used whenever possible.  Credit cannot be earned for both MATH 153 and 180. Requires a graphing calculator, with the TI-83/84 Plus recommended. Also requires access to an online homework management system.

Prerequisites: 
MATH-175 with a C or better or a satisfactory score on the placement test
Prior College-level Learning Credit: 
This course is eligible for credit for prior college-level learning. Please contact the division for details.