MA 16100, Spring 2014

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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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Section Room Time Instructor Office
MA 16100 100 MATH 175 12:30pm MWF Naughton, Dominic MATH 826
MA 16100 031 PHYS 110 8:30am TR Creighton, Chris MATH 735
MA 16100 041 PHYS 110 7:30am TR Creighton, Chris MATH 735
MA 16100 061 PHYS 201 4:30pm TR Von Arb, Rachel MATH 641
MA 16100 081 PHYS 201 3:30pm TR Von Arb, Rachel MATH 641
MA 16100 200 EE 129 1:30pm MWF Lempert, Laszlo MATH 728
MA 16100 201 PHYS 202 3:30pm TR Bond, Jacob MATH 643
MA 16100 211 PHYS 202 2:30pm TR Lynn, Mark MATH 717
MA 16100 221 PHYS 202 11:30am TR Mathison, Chase MATH 713
MA 16100 231 PHYS 202 9:30am TR Bloome, Lane MATH 719
MA 16100 241 PHYS 202 1:30pm TR Lynn, Mark MATH 717
MA 16100 251 PHYS 202 10:30am TR Bloome, Lane MATH 719
MA 16100 261 PHYS 202 12:30pm TR Mathison, Chase MATH 713
MA 16100 271 PHYS 202 7:30am TR Wong, Harrison MATH 615
MA 16100 281 PHYS 202 4:30pm TR Bond, Jacob MATH 643
MA 16100 291 PHYS 202 8:30am TR Wong, Harrison MATH 615
MA 16100 IM1 HIKS B848 4:30pm T Wiles, Benjamin MATH 846

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