Calculus

This course will cover what would be considered the first semester of college level Calculus. We will cover the following topics:

This course is taught in conjunction with the University of Colorado's CU Succeed program. The program allows students to earn CU credit while enrolled concurrently at the University of Colorado. As an adjunct faculty member, I teach these courses in accordance with the academic requirements of the university. For more information on registering for these courses, please click the CU Succeed option on my links page.

This is the first of a three semester course sequence in Calculus. Topics covered will include limits, derivatives, applications of derivatives, definite integrals, indefinite integrals, and techniques of integration, volumes of

solids of revolution and volumes of solids with known cross-sections.

CU SUCCEED SYLLABUS - MATH 1401

Semester One:

Preparation for Calculus

Limits and Their Properties

Differentiation

Applications of Differentiation

Semester Two:

Integration

Logarithmic, Exponential, and Other Transcendental Functions

Applications of Integration (area between two curves, volumes of solids of revolution, volumes of solids with known cross-sections)

This course will cover what would be considered the first semester of college level Calculus. We will cover the following topics:

This course is taught in conjunction with the University of Colorado's CU Succeed program. The program allows students to earn CU credit while enrolled concurrently at the University of Colorado. As an adjunct faculty member, I teach these courses in accordance with the academic requirements of the university. For more information on registering for these courses, please click the CU Succeed option on my links page.

This is the first of a three semester course sequence in Calculus. Topics covered will include limits, derivatives, applications of derivatives, definite integrals, indefinite integrals, and techniques of integration, volumes of

solids of revolution and volumes of solids with known cross-sections.

CU SUCCEED SYLLABUS - MATH 1401

Semester One:

Preparation for Calculus

Limits and Their Properties

Differentiation

Applications of Differentiation

Semester Two:

Integration

Logarithmic, Exponential, and Other Transcendental Functions

Applications of Integration (area between two curves, volumes of solids of revolution, volumes of solids with known cross-sections)