Spring 2019

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  • Mon and Wed: 2 - 3 pm
  • Tues: 12 pm - 3 pm

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  • Whitman Hall 180-I
 

MTH 107

Introduction to Mathematical Ideas

 

A survey of contemporary topics in mathematics designed to develop an appreciation of the power and significance of mathematics and its uses in modeling the world around us. Topics may include the mathematics of social choice, growth and symmetry, mathematical systems, Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries, management science. Prerequisite(s): MP2 or MTH 015 Credits: 3 (3,0)

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Homework:

  • pg 86-88: 1 - 55 all
  • pg 212: 11 - 54 all
 

MTH 150

Calculus I

 

This is the first course of the calculus sequence. Topics include, differentiation of functions of one variable, introduction to integration, and applications of differentiation and integration. A graphing calculator is required. Note: Students completing this course may not receive credit for MTH 130. Prerequisite(s): MP4 or MTH 117 or 129 Credits: 4 (4,0)

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MTH 322

Advanced Mathematical Analysis

 

Topics include: infinite series, first and second order differential equations and applications, homogeneous and forced response, Laplace transforms, Taylor series, matrices, Gauss-Elimination method. Prerequisite(s): MTH 236 Credits: 3 (3,0)

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  • Section 1.1: 1-16
  • Section 1.2: 1-12, 14, 17, 20-22, 23, 27
  • Section 1.3: 1, 3-6, 11-16
  • Section 1.4: 1-10
  • Section 2.2: 1-26, 33, 34
  • Section 2.3: 1-24
  • Section 4.2: 1-32
  • Section 4.3: 1-27
  • Section 4.4: 1-36
  • Section 4.5: 1-40
  • Section 7.2: 1-20
  • Section 7.3: 1-20
  • Section 7.4: 1-30
  • Section 7.5: 1-24
  • Section 7.6: 1-24
  • Section 7.8: 1-20
 

MTH 354

Principles of Real Analysis

 

Students will be introduced to the foundations of real analysis through a rigorous development of the real number system. This will be followed by a study of limits, continuity, and differentiability of real functions. The Riemann integral and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus will be developed rigorously. Sequences and series of real functions will also be discussed. Prerequisite(s): MTH 252 and MTH 290 Credits: 3 (3,0)

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