MTH 2600 – Calculus I with Trigonometry Refresher

MTH 2600 – Calculus I with Trigonometry Refresher

Description: Topics to be discussed include an introduction to functions including trigonometric functions, inequalities, limits, derivatives of functions, applications to geometry and elementary economic analysis, theory of maxima and minima, antiderivatives, integration of functions, applications to geometry, and fundamental theorem of calculus.

Prerequisite(s): MTH 2000; or MTH 2001; or MTH 2003/MTH 2009/MTH 2009T with a grade of B- or higher; or placement in MTH 2207 or MTH 2600;

Note: A student may receive credit for only one of the following eight courses: MTH 2011, 2201, 2205, 2206, 2207, 2600, 2610, or 2630.) MTH 2600 may be used for F-replacement for all these courses, except for MTH 2630.

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