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Calculus with Applications

This course relates calculus to real-world applications in social science, economics, and business. Topics include an algebra review, graphing, limits, derivatives of polynomials of one variable, maxima and minima, integration, derivatives of logarithmic and exponential functions, development of integration techniques, an introduction to multi-variable calculus, and their application to problems. This course is designed primarily for students majoring in social science, economics, and business who require calculus and is not recommended for mathematics, physical science, engineering, or biological science majors. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 115, MATH 150 or MATH 150H. C-ID MATH-140.

Subject: MATH
Course Number: 115
Section Number: 2193
Units: 4
Instructor: Apalatea, Janeen

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Learning Management System (LMS) for this course: Canvas
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Office: SAN 104
Office hours: Mon & Tu 10:50am-11:40am
Instructor notes: Go to my website at . Read the syllabus and the Mandatory Orientation for important info about this class. This class is taught online through MyMathLab (MML). Access to MML will be through Canvas.  Each student must purchase MyMathLab access in order to get to the class materials. Each enrolled student must read and follow all of the instructions given in the syllabus and in the Mandatory Orientation (including purchasing and working in MML) in order to stay enrolled in the class. Written, proctored assessments will be taken in-person either in the Academic Proctoring Center (APC) on the MiraCosta campus or at an alternate approved proctoring location. Students wishing to use a proctoring site other than the APC need to make those arrangements well in advance. See the APC's webpage for information about the approval process for taking an assessment at an alternate location. Enrolled students will be contacted by the Instructor on or before the first day of class.

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