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MA 23100, Spring 2014

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Credit Hours: 3.00. Limits, continuity, differentiation of functions including trig, log, and exponential functions, chain rule, higher order derivatives, applications including max., min., and exponential growth and decay, integration by substitution, and fundamental theorem of calculus. Credit by examination is not available. Typically offered Fall Spring.

Instructor Info.

Section Room Time Instructor Office
MA 23100 011 PHYS 333 8:30am MWF Backing, Thomas MATH 603
MA 23100 021 KNOY B031 1:30pm MWF Swartz, Drew MATH G142
MA 23100 041 PHYS 333 9:30am MWF Backing, Thomas MATH 603

Course Materials

Section Type Title Author
ALL Textbook Calculus for the Life Sciences - An acceptable alternative is 1256783277 (Electonic) Bittinger, Brand, and Quintanilla

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