MATH 150 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I

Rob Thompson Hunter College Spring 2019
Tuesday/Friday 11:10-1:00 Room: HW 415
Section 10

Office: 902 HE Hours:

Course Description:

This is a one semester introduction to differential and integral calculus, suitable for all students majoring in science or mathematics, or any other course of study requiring calculus.

Expected Learning Outcomes:

Basic Information About the Course:

Topics Covered

Chapter 1: Functions and Limits Chapter 2: Derivatives Chapter 3: Applications of Differentiation Chapter 4: Integrals Chapter 7: Applications of Integration

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