Calculus for Sciences

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Content Pack Description

This course in differential and integral calculus spans typical Calculus I and II courses. It begins with a review of functions, introduces limits and explores the derivative both from a limit-based and rule-based approach. Calculus for Sciences is an undergraduate content pack developed by the University of Waterloo. Included in this module are lessons, videos, MathApps, inline and practice questions which help students understand the basic concepts of Calculus. With Möbius's visualizations, the ability to display and input mathematical notation, support for free-response questions, and the capability to handle mathematical notation and equivalency, this course module helps both instructors and students overcome the challenges in creating and teaching an online calculus course.

Topics Include:

  • Review of functions
  • Limits
  • Differentiation
  • Integration
  • Series and convergence
  • Differential equations
  • Parametric curves and polar coordinates
  • Vector-valued functions
  • Multivariable calculus
    • Created by: University of Waterloo Mathematics

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