Math 21 – Section Z3Calculus ISummer 2014
Catherine Bliss, Ph.D.
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Calculus 1 is an
introduction to calculus of functions of one variable. We will study
concepts such as limits, continuity,
techniques and applications of differentiation and integration. These topics will be presented in a manner that is accessible to students in the hybrid course environment, will
retainin the rior nee!e! #or $ursuin !erees in technical #iel!s such as mathematics, statistics, enineerin, or the $hysical sciences.
Astrong background in secondary school
alebra an! trionometry is a $rere%uisite #or this course. <tu!ents with insu##icient $re$aration in secon!ary school mathematics shoul! take M9;> /1/ $rior to enrollin in M9;> /21.
Homework is assigned daily and generally due by the due date specified in the course schedule. H