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MATH 029 - Calculus with Review |

Math-029 is the first course of a year-long sequence that covers the material in a Calculus I course. This year-long sequence is appropriate for students who have little or no exposure to calculus and who have do not have a strong precalculus/algebra background. Students enroll in 029 in the fall semester and continue on to take a specially marked section of Calculus I (Math-035) in spring semester reserved only for those students enrolled in 029 in the Fall semester. This allows the students and the professor to pace through the Calculus I concepts over the period of a full year. The Math-029 course begins with a refresher of some important concepts related to functions, progressing into a study of limits, the conceptual underpinning of calculus, and then into differentiation. The year-long pace allows topics from algebra and precalculus to be reviewed, as-needed. Applications will be introduced to deepen the students' understanding of the concepts. NOTE: MATH 029 does not satisfy the College general education requirement in mathematics. Credit in 029 is regarded as a free elective towards the College degree. MATH 035 does satisfy the College general education requirement--see College Undergraduate Bulletin general education requirements section to see how MATH 035 can be combined in various ways to meet the math/science requirement in full. 3.000 Credit hours 3.000 Lecture hours Levels: Undergraduate Schedule Types: Lecture Mathematics Department Course Attributes: Mean Grade is Calculated |

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