MA 16010, Spring 2022
Applied Calculus I

Credit Hours: 3.00. Topics include trigonometric and exponential functions; limits and differentiation, rules of differentiation, maxima, minima and optimization; curve sketching, integration, anti-derivatives, fundamental theorem of calculus. Properties of definite integrals and numerical methods. Applications to life, managerial and social sciences. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer. CTL:IMA 1604 Calculus - Short I

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Exam Info.

  • Exam 1 (Lessons 2-10)
    • Time and Date: 6:30-7:30pm on Mon, 2/7
    • Location: ELLT 116 (Elliott Hall of Music)
  • Exam 2 (Lessons 11- 18)
    • Time and Date: 6:30-7:30pm on Mon, 2/28
    • Location: ELLT 116 (Elliott Hall of Music)
  • Exam 3 (Lessons 19 - 28)
    • Time and Date: 6:30-7:30pm on Wed, 4/6
    • Location: ELLT 116 (Elliott Hall of Music)
  • Final Exam (Lessons 2-36)
    • Time and Date: TBA
    • Location: TBA

Instructor Info.

Section Room Time Instructor Office
002 HAMP 2101 1:30PM MWF Steven R Lancette MATH 845
004 HAMP 2101 4:30PM MWF Keith E Schwingendorf MATH 845
010 HAMP 2101 7:30AM MWF Samuel J Oconnor MATH 845
011 HAMP 2101 8:30AM MWF Samuel J Oconnor MATH 845
017 HAMP 2101 10:30AM MWF Patrick Henry Debonis MATH 633
023 HAMP 2101 3:30PM MWF Keith E Schwingendorf MATH 845
024 HAMP 2101 9:30AM MWF Patrick Henry Debonis MATH 633
025 HAMP 2101 2:30PM MWF Steven R Lancette MATH 845
700 WALC 3087 9:30AM MWF Huimei Delgado MATH 816
701 HAMP 2101 11:30AM MWF Linda C Gutwein MATH 845
702 HAMP 2101 12:30PM MWF Linda C Gutwein MATH 845
811 HIKS G980D 1:30PM MWF Jill Danielle Shalabi
812 MATH 175 3:30PM MWF Jill Danielle Shalabi
813 STEW 314 11:30AM MWF Jill Danielle Shalabi
814 Huimei Delgado MATH 816

Course Materials

Section Type Title Author
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