Fall 2016 MATH 1A 001 LEC

001 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMValley Life Sciences 2050Alexander Paulin18173
UnitsEnrollment Status
101 DISMoWeFr 8:00AM - 8:59AMEtcheverry 3119Joseph Stahl18177
102 DISMoWeFr 8:00AM - 8:59AMLeConte 385Dongxiao Yu18178
103 DISMoWeFr 9:00AM - 9:59AMEvans 740Joseph Stahl18179
104 DISMoWeFr 8:00AM - 8:59AMBarrows 587Paula Burkhardt18124
105 DISMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMCory 237Ritvik Ramkumar18125
108 DISMoWeFr 9:00AM - 9:59AMBarrows 110Paula Burkhardt18141
109 DISMoWeFr 4:00PM - 4:59PMDwinelle 259Rockford Foster18142
111 DISMoWeFr 2:00PM - 2:59PMEvans 87Derek Hollowood18144
112 DISMoWeFr 6:00PM - 6:59PMDwinelle 83Ritvik Ramkumar18145
113 DISMoWeFr 3:00PM - 3:59PMEtcheverry 3119Rockford Foster18146
114 DISMoWeFr 3:00PM - 3:59PMDwinelle 243Dongxiao Yu18147
115 DISMoWeFr 4:00PM - 4:59PMEvans 87Jonathan Leake18148
116 DISMoWeFr 4:00PM - 4:59PMHildebrand B51Derek Hollowood18149
117 DISMoWeFr 5:00PM - 5:59PMCory 237Jonathan Leake31619
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Prerequisites: Three and one-half years of high school math, including trigonometry and analytic geometry, plus a satisfactory grade in one of the following: CEEB MAT test, an AP test, the UC/CSU math diagnostic test, or 32. Consult the mathematics department for details. Students with AP credit should consider choosing a course more advanced than 1A

Description: This sequence is intended for majors in engineering and the physical sciences. An introduction to differential and integral calculus of functions of one variable, with applications and an introduction to transcendental functions.


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Grading: Letter grade. Final exam required.


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