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I. General Information

1. Course Title:
Calculus I

2. Course Prefix & Number:
MATH 1477

3. Course Credits and Contact Hours:

Credits: 5

Lecture Hours: 5

Lab Hours: 0

4. Course Description:

This is a first course in calculus, covering limits, differentiation and integration. The course begins with a brief review of the concept, properties, and graph of a function, which students are expected to have mastered previously. The definition of a limit is introduced, and processes for determining limits are developed. The derivative of a function is defined and applied to algebraic and trigonometric functions. Several applications of differentiation are covered, including optimization and related rates. Anti-differentiation and elementary differential equations are introduced, and then students see the definite integral as a limit of a Riemann sum and as an antiderivative via the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Finally, the course explores differentiation and integration of exponential and logarithmic functions.

5. Placement Tests Required:

Accuplacer (specify test): College Mathematics Score: 86

6. Prerequisite Courses:

MATH 1477 - Calculus I

All Credit(s) from the following...
Course CodeCourse TitleCredits
MATH 1472Precalculuscr.

9. Co-requisite Courses:

MATH 1477 - Calculus I

There are no corequisites for this course.