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Math 2253

MATH 2253 Calculus I
Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 1113 or Placement
by the Mathematics Assessment Test
4-0-4
A first course in Calculus. Limits, derivatives and integrals of
algebraic and trigonometric functions, tangent lines,
instantaneous rate of change, maxima, minima and graphing,
related rates, linear motion. Also included: definite integrals, area
between curves, moments, work, and volumes of rotation. No
student may receive credit for both MATH 2240 and MATH 2253.
This course is also taught as an eCore (online) course as MATH
1501.

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