Listed in: Mathematics and Statistics, as MATH-106
Formerly listed as: MATH-06
Kara N. Barclay (Section 01)
Gregory S. Call (Section 01)
Margaret A. Medina-Pena (Section 01)
Allison M. Randy-Cofie (Section 01)
MATH 106 is a continuation of MATH 105. Trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions will be studied from the point of view of both algebra and calculus. The applications encountered in MATH 105 will reappear in problems involving these new functions. The basic ideas and theorems of calculus will be reviewed in detail, with more attention being paid to rigor. Four class meetings per week, one of which is a two-hour group-work day.
Requisite: MATH 105. Spring semester. The Department.