Spring 2020 not offered
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This course continues MATH117 and is designed to introduce basic ideas and techniques of calculus. Students should enter MATH118 with sound precalculus skills and with very limited or no prior study of integral calculus. Topics to be considered include differential and integral calculus of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions.
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A graphing calculator will be required. Classes will be a combination of lecture/presentation and work in small groups or labs. The format is non-traditional, with emphasis on group work and frequent use of technology. Regular attendance and participation is essential. Students must have taken MATH 117. Students may not get credit for both MATH118 and MATH122 and are encouraged to seek departmental advice about which course to take.
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