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MATH.1380 Calculus for the Life Sciences I (Formerly 92.138)

Id: 038099 Credits Min: 4 Credits Max: 4


This is a single variable calculus course with applications to the life sciences. Review of basic algebra, trigonometry, functions and graphs. Limits and derivatives, including differentiation rules, curve sketching and optimization problems. Implicit differentiation. Study of exponential and logarithmic functions motivated by growth, decay and logistic modes. Introduction to integration, techniques, applications and the fundamental theorem.


Current ALEKS Math Placement 55 or higher, or a B- or higher in MATH.1200/1225 Precalculus Mathematics I, or passed RHR course, NONC.PCLC1.

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