2014-2015

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Math

MATH 140 (QA*) Modeling with Calculus (1)

Modeling with Calculus introduces and applies the concept of calculus to solve open-ended, real-word problems, especially those in the natural and social sciences. The emphasis is on developing and interpreting mathematical models. Topics include differential calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations. This course takes advantage of computational tools so that the focus can be on calculus concepts useful in applied work. This course is appropriate for students with no prior calculus experience.

  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Quantitative and Analytical Reasoning (*)
  • Prerequisite: Not to be taken after MATH 152, or MATH 249. 0.5 credits if taken after MATH 151.
  • Offering: Every semester
  • Instructor: Starr, Janeba, Otto, McNicholas, Johnson, Laison, Nyman

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