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MATH2050 - Applied Calculus I
Spring 2013

This course introduces students to the basic ideas of calculus. Topics covered include functions and graphs; differentiation, integration, and optimization of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions of one independent variable; cost revenue and profit functions along with elasticity of demand and consumer surplus; and exponential growth and decay. The graphing calculator (TI83) is used throughout the course to discover and to gain insights into the fundamental concepts of calculus.
Prerequisite -- MATH1010 or Advanced Placement
3 Credits

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