## MTH131 Principles of Calculus

## Spring 2016

### TEXT:

**Brief Applied Calculus**, Berressford and Rockett, 6th edition

### OBJECTIVE:

This course presents a one-semester study of differential and integral calculus, with emphasis on polynomials, trigonometric functions, exponential functions and logarithmic functions. This course is for individuals with a good high school background in mathematics.

### GOALS:

- learn the mathematic concepts of the derivative and the integral.
- learn the application of these two concepts.

### OUTCOMES:

- students will be able to explain the concept of a limit and its relationship to the derivative.
- students will be able to use the derivative and integral to solve a wider variety of problems.
- students will be able to describe the relationship between a function f(x) and it's derivative and integral.

### Homeworks

- Homework 1. Quiz on Jan. 28
- Homework 2. Quiz on Feb. 4
- Homework 3. Quiz on Feb. 11
- Homework 4. Quiz on Mar. 15
- Homework 5. Quiz on Mar. 22
- Homework 6. Quiz on Apr. 7
- Homework 7. No quiz
- Homework 8. Quiz on Apr. 26
- Homework 9. Quiz on May 3

### Lab Solutions

- Lab 1
- Lab 2
- Lab 3
- Lab 4
- Lab 5
- Lab 6
- Lab 7
- Lab 8

### Exam Reviews

- Exam 1 Review
- Exam 2 Review
- Final Review
(A copy of the following help sheet will be provided for you at the final)