Fall 2019 MATH 1A 002 LEC

002 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMDwinelle 155Alexander Paulin22395
UnitsEnrollment Status
202 DISMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMValley Life Sciences 2070Nandini Byrappaji22479
203 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMValley Life Sciences 2070Tong Zhou22486
204 DISMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMKroeber 115Grace Gordon22487
205 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMDwinelle 87Katrina Biele22488
206 DISMoWeFr 08:00AM - 08:59AMDwinelle 235Sam Mohsen Mossadeghian22489
207 DISMoWeFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMBarrows 587Andy Rodriguez22490
209 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMWheeler 24Tong Zhou22492
210 DISMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMBarker 110Nandini Byrappaji22493
211 DISMoWeFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMDwinelle 250Katrina Biele22494
213 DISMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMHearst Field Annex B1Sam Mohsen Mossadeghian22459
214 DISMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMCory 237Grace Gordon22460
215 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEtcheverry 3105Charles T Cifarelli31982
217 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMDwinelle 247Andy Rodriguez33014
218 DISMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEtcheverry 3109Charles T Cifarelli33728
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Prerequisites: Three and one-half years of high school math, including trigonometry and analytic geometry. Students with high school exam credits (such as 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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