Mathematics

MATH 110-C01 Calculus I
MATH 110-C02 (for Campion students)    
Vijayaparvathy Agasthian CRN 32064 (C01); 32065 (C02)  MWF 1230-1320    
Plus lab: MATH 110-C10 (32066)               W 1130-1220

One of the great mathematical advances of all time, calculus has broad applicability across disciplines. This introductory calculus class covers the theory and techniques of differentiation and integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions. Topics will include limits, optimization, curve sketching, and calculation of areas.

MATH 110-L01 Calculus I    
MATH 110-L02 (for the English-Science Bundle)
MATH 110-L03 (for Math Education majors)    
Fotini Labropulu  CRN 32067 (L01); 32068 (L02); 32069 (L03)  TR 1300-1415    
Plus lab: MATH 110-L10 (32070)               M 930-1020

An introductory course in the theory and techniques of differentiation and integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions.  Differentiation rules such as power, sum/difference, product quotient and chain rule are studied.  Implicit differentiation is introduced.  The fundamental theorem of calculus is introduced and the substitution technique for evaluating integrals is studied.  Other topics covered include limits, related rates, optimization, curve sketching and areas.