MAT1410: Fundamentals of Calculus
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This introductory Calculus course is designed for students majoring in biology, pre-health sciences, or any other major except mathematics/computer science/physics/engineering/chemistry. This course provides the fundamental concepts of calculus in the context of applications to the health, life and social sciences, and beyond. Course topics include functions, limits, derivatives, and integrals, and problem solving methods, including optimization and related rates problems. Emphasis is placed on developing and interpreting models from a variety of disciplines, on analyzing data, and on graphing and numerical computations. These knowledge and skills are essential to today's life science workforce and researchers. Students are expected to have pre-calculus skills - high school algebra and trigonometry and must pass the online placement test before the semester.
Tong, Bo. (2021, Fall). MAT1410: Fundamentals of Calculus, crn31517, Yeshiva College.