MATH 1K03, Fall 2018
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS & INTRODUCTORY CALCULUS FOR HUMANITIES AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
Which calculus course should I take?
Math 1K03 This one-semester course covers some of the functions and calculus portions of the two Grade 12 math courses Advanced Functions and Calculus&Vectors. It is intended for students who took neither of those two courses, and need to take a university-level calculus course. The focus is on the study of functions which are relevant in the social sciences; in particular, trigonometric functions are not included. If you plan to take Math 1M03 after this course, you need to get a sufficiently high grade, as 1K cannot cover all the prerequisite material required. You may take Math 1F03 after Math 1K03 to improve your preparation for further math courses.
INSTRUCTOR: Erin Caulfield
Properties of polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. Derivatives of functions with applications.
Three lectures, one tutorial; one term
Prerequisite(s): MCR3U (or equivalent)
Normally not open to students who have completed Grade 12 Calculus and Vectors U or Grade 12 Advanced Functions U.
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