MA 16100, Spring 2005

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  • Office Hours
    • Instructor Office Hours
    • Daniel Phillips Monday, 10:30-11:20 and Wed., 9:30-10:20
    • Patricia Bauman Monday, 10:30-11:20 and Wed., 9:30-10:20
  • Sections
    • 161 01 01 MWF 12:30 EE 129 Bauman,Patricia E 718
    • 161 01 01 TTh 7:30 UNIV 017 Failor,Michael G144
    • 161 02 01 MWF 2:30 EE 129 Phillips,Daniel 706
    • 161 02 01 TTh 8:30 UNIV 017 Failor,Michael G144
    • 161 03 01 TTh 9:30 UNIV 017 Jang,Bogume 715
    • 161 04 01 TTh 10:30 UNIV 017 Jang,Bogume 715
    • 161 05 01 TTh 11:30 EE 222 Zhang,Songfu 609
    • 161 06 01 TTh 12:30 GRIS 170 Zhang,Songfu 609
    • 161 07 01 TTh 11:30 UNIV 017 Yao,Song G144
    • 161 08 01 TTh 12:30 UNIV 017 Nahm,Sangil 705
    • 161 09 01 TTh 1:30 UNIV 017 Nahm,Sangil 705
    • 161 10 01 TTh 2:30 UNIV 017 Yao,Song G144
    • 161 11 01 TTh 3:30 UNIV 017 Meador,Christopher PHYS
    • 161 12 01 TTh 4:30 UNIV 017 Meador,Christopher PHYS
    • 161 13 01 TTh 9:30 UNIV 101 Yildirim,Deniz 1035

Course Description

Credit Hours: 5.00. Introduction to differential and integral calculus of one variable, with applications. Some schools or departments may allow only 4 credit hours toward graduation for this course. Designed for students who have not had at least a one-semester calculus course in high school, with a grade of "A" or "B". Not open to students with credit in MA 16500. Demonstrated competence in college algebra and trigonometry. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.

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