MATH 10550 and 10560: Calculus I and II


These lectures were created by Anne Pilkington, Associate Professor of Mathematics.  

Students intending to major in the College of Science or the College of Engineering should take this course (see MATH 10350 and 10360 for exceptions).

MATH 10550 and 10560 is a two-semester sequence that offers a comprehensive treatment of calculus of one variable; topics include sets, functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, integrals, and applications. Also covered are transcendental functions and their inverse, infinite sequences and series, parameterized curves in the plane, and polar coordinates.

Students taking this class are expected to have a good grasp of algebra (including inequalities), graphing, and basic trigonometric functions.

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