This course is the first in a three-semester calculus
sequence designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors. Topics include
limits and continuity; differentiation of algebraic, trigonometric and exponential
functions and their inverses; integration and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus;
and applications of differentiation and integration. NOTE: A
graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before
purchasing. UC credit limitation: Credit for MATH 115 or 150.
Upon successful completion of Math 150, the student should be able to:
1. For a given set of problems the student will demonstrate quantitative reasoning by developing a problem-solving strategy, performing appropriate analysis and computation, and critically assessing the meaning of the conclusion or outcome.
MATH 126 and MATH 131, or MATH 130 and MATH 135, with a grade of “C” or better, or a qualifying score on the Math Competency Exam (MCE).
Review P.1-P.3 precalculus rational expressions and equations trigonometry blank unit circle |
Chapter 4 |
Chapter 1 exam 1 practice |
Chapter 5 |
Chapter 2 |
Chapter 7 |
Chapter 3 exam 3 practice curve sketching table/pdf |
Final Exam Review |
EXAM 2/PART 1/CURVE SKETCHING
EXAM 2/PART 2/2.2-3.5
EXAM 3/3.7, 3.9, 4.1-4.5
EXAM 2 |
MISCELLANEOUS
SELECT QUESTIONS FROM PRECALCULUS PACKET
Math Girl Differentials Cartoon
Example of a Trig Equation With a Multiple Angle
ONLINE TUTORING (RICARDO HAUSZ)
TI CALCULATOR STEP-BY-STEP TUTORIALS
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to do the following:
1. Apply the definition of "limit," both finite and infinite, and
compute limits of functions
2. Given a list of algebraic and transcendental functions, compute, with no
references, the derivative or indefinite integral of each
3. Solve problems involving tangent lines, extrema, or velocity
4. Solve related rate and optimization problems
5. Sketch and describe the behavior of a curve using calculus techniques
6. Solve application problems involving integrals.