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Home > Resources > Math > Courses > MATH 205 > Objectives

MATH 205: Calculus I

Course Description

MATH 205 focuses on basic concepts, limits and continuity, techniques and applications of differentiation, introduction to integration.

Upon successful completion of MATH 205, the student should be able to:

  • Understand and apply the concept of limit.
  • Differentiate polynomial functions and sums, products, quotients, roots, and compositions of polynomial functions.
  • Use differential calculus to sketch curves and to solve applied problems.
  • Integrate functions by approximation and by use of antiderivatives.
  • Use integral calculus to determine area and to solve applied problems.

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