MATH140-02A Calculus I (with Alfred Noel)
The first in the sequence of calculus courses for science and math majors. Starts with the basic concepts of functions and limits. Topics covered include: derivatives and their applications, definite and indefinite integrals with applications to geometric and physical problems, and discussion of algebraic and transcendental functions. Note: Math 134 or Math 135 does NOT satisfy the pre-requisites for Math 140. Therefore students who complete Math 134 or 135 will have to take and pass the math placement test to get into Calculus I. Additionally, students who have received credit for either MATH 134 or MATH 135 may not take MATH 140 for credit without the explicit permission of the department and then only for two credits.
Prerequisite(s): MATH 130 with a grade of B or better in the previous semester, or appropriate scores on the Math Placement Test Note: Students with grades lower than B in the pre-requisite course will be dropped from the class.