Mathematics 1500 - 100 - course 32687 - Spring 2019

Calculus I

There are currently 25 students enrolled in this course. The maximum enrollment is 28 possible students.This course is offered by the Mathematics and Statistics departmentin the College of Sciences . It is classified as a Lecture, and is worth 4. It meets on Mondays, Wednesdays, from 07:30 pm to 09:10 pm in Mendel Hall 258.The course is instructed by Prusacki, Ann.

Course description:

Limits, transcendental functions (logarithms, exponentialfunctions, inverse trigonometric functions), differentiation(definition, tangent lines, rates of change, techniques,implicit differentiation, related rates), applications ofdifferentiation (graphing, optimization), indeterminateforms and L'Hopital's Rule. Use of acomputer algebra system, eg. MAPLE.