MATH 1AA3, Winter 2019
CALCULUS FOR SCIENCE II
Which calculus course should I take?
Math 1A03 — 1AA3 This two-semester sequence is called Calculus for Science. The course assumes that you have taken Grade 12 Calculus&Vectors, and that you remember it reasonably well. If you anticipate that you may want to take more advanced courses in mathematics (and are not required for some reason to take another sequence), this is the sequence that you should take.
Please consult the course website for information on the drop-in labs.
For students in science: additional techniques of integration, applications of definite integrals, differential equations, polar coordinates, parametrized curves. Sequences, infinite series, power series. Partial derivatives, double integrals.
Three lectures, one tutorial; one term
Prerequisite(s): One of MATH 1A03, MATH 1X03, MATH 1ZA3; or a grade of at least B- in MATH 1LS3 or MATH 1M03
Antirequisite(s): ARTSSCI 1D06 A/B, MATH 1LT3, 1NN3, MATH 1XX3, MATH 1ZB3, 1ZZ5
Not open to students in Mathematics and Statistics I or with credit or registration in ISCI 1A24 A/B.
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