Introduces differential calculus of polynomial functions including appropriate support topics from algebra, analytical geometry, plane geometry, trigonometry and the theory of logarithms and exponential functions. There will be strong emphasis on illustrating the mathematics with applications from technology, engineering and the physical sciences.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Solve algebraic equations and manipulate relevant mechanical and electrical formulas. [1, 2]
Define, evaluate and graph functions as well as identify and interpret graphs. [1, 2]
Determine the equation of a line in various forms and sketch the graph of a linear function. [1, 2]
Graph quadratic functions and solve applied problems by solving quadratic equations. [1, 2]
Determine, graph and solve trigonometric functions, and solve applied problems involving angles in degrees and radians. [1, 2]
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