MATH 1149 - Calculus I
Session 1: May 23 – July 1
Limits, continuity, and differentiation of algebraic functions of one variable. Applications to curve sketching, optimization, and rates of change. The definite integral applied to finding the area under a curve.
The student will develop an appreciation of the power of calculus to help understand the world, as well as the aesthetic of the subject itself. She will sharpen her computational and reasoning skills and develop facility with the use of a computer algebra system.
Textbook: Calculus, Eighth Edition by Larson, Hosteler and Edwards,
Dates: May 23 – July 1
Course: MATH 1149
Credit Hours: 4
In most instances, this 4-credit course will transfer to fulfill either a 4-credit or 3-credit requirement at another institution. Please check with your home institution to see if this course fulfills your requirements.
Mathematics 119R or the equivalent
QR Quantitative Reasoning requirement
IB Math requirement
The above requirements are from the Randolph College general education program. Check with your home institution to see if this course fulfills your requirements.
Tuition & Fees:
Textbooks and other course materials can be purchased separately from the source of your choosing.
B.S., University of Science and Technology of China; Ph.D., University of Idaho