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MATH 1411B - Calculus I - Part B |

Calculus I - Part B (1.333-0)
The course covers the extremas of a function, Rolle's
Theorem, the Mean Value Theorem, the relationship
between increasing and decreasing function and the
first derivative, the relationship between concavity and
the second derivative, limits at infinity, optimization
problems, Newton's Method, differentials, antiderivatives,
indefinite integration, and areas. Students are expected to
learn the material so that they thrive in subsequent
mathematics and science courses for which this material
is required. Prerequisite: MATH 1411A or placement with
a grade of C or higher and department approval.
1.330 Credit hours 1.330 Lecture hours 0.000 Lab hours 0.000 Other hours Levels: Undergraduate Schedule Types: Lecture (LECT) Course Fee(s): None. Mathematical Sciences Department |