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QS306 - Applied Calculus II
Fall 1997

This course uses the basic ideas of QS205 for business and economic applications. Topics covered include techniques of integration, partial differentiation, double integration, and optimization of functions of two or more independent variables; Lagrangian multipliers for constrained optima; areas and volumes of revolution; economic order quantity and production lot size methods; regression and probability using calculus. This course is usually offered only in the spring term. Applied Mathematics majors may not take QS306 Applied Calculus II for credit toward a B.S. or B.A. degree.
Prerequisite -- QS205 or QS207. Prerequisites: QS305
3 Credits

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