This is a complete course in first-semester calculus. Topics include the meaning, use, and interpretation of the derivative; techniques of differentiation; applications to curve sketching and optimization in a variety of disciplines; the definite integral and some applications; and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Students enrolling for graduate credit participate in weekly pedagogical seminars designed for current and future K-12 teachers. (4 credits)
MATH E-10, or the equivalent, or satisfactory placement test score.
Fall term 2014 (10436)
Eric C. Towne, AB. Assistant in Instruction, Mathematics, Bates College.
Thursdays beginning Sept. 4, 6-9 pm. Optional sections for all students Mondays, 7:40-8:40 pm; required seminars for local graduate-credit students Thursdays, 4:25-5:25 pm; required seminars for distance graduate-credit students at a time to be arranged.
Course tuition: noncredit $1,250, undergraduate credit $1,250, graduate credit $2,200.
Limited enrollment.
Eric C. Towne, AB. Assistant in Instruction, Mathematics, Bates College.
Thursdays beginning Jan. 29, 6-9 pm. Optional sections for all students Mondays, 7:40-8:40 pm; required seminars for local graduate-credit students Thursdays, 4:25-5:25 pm; required seminars for distance graduate-credit students at a time to be arranged.
Course tuition: noncredit $1,250, undergraduate credit $1,250, graduate credit $2,200.
Limited enrollment.