Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
This course is an introduction to university-level calculus requiring a strong background in algebra and trigonometry. The topics of study include analytic geometry, limits, differentiation and integration of algebraic and transcendental functions, and applications of derivatives and integrals. Emphasis is placed on calculus applications involving motion, optimization, graphing, and applications in the physical and life sciences. This course incorporates the use of technology. Analytical reading and problem solving are strongly emphasized in this course. This course is intended for students majoring in mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, engineering, or economics.
The following problems illustrate concepts that a student entering Math 150 should already be familiar with. Read through each of the problems and then decide if this level seems appropriate for you. Note: All problems are intended to be done without any resources, except for pencil and paper.
Click the statement below that best represents your readiness for this class.
- I feel that this course will be appropriate for me.
- I am familiar with many of these questions. I'd like to look at questions for the next course, Math 151.
- I do not recognize many of these questions. I'd like to look at questions for the previous course, Math 141.
- I'm not sure. I'd like to see the answers to these questions.