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Business Calculus – Latia Carraway MATH 2143-005 Spring 2015 TR 9:30 – 10:45 CSM 201 Office : CSM 303 Phone : 870-680-8530 or CSM Main Office 870-972-3090 E-mail : [email protected] Webpage : (Check Astate e-mail and Blackboard often for course updates and materials) Office Hours : Monday and Tuesday 11:00 – 2:00 , or by appointment Text: Brief Applied Calculus 6 th Edition , Berresford and Rockett Business Calculus Learning Outcomes : GE 1 Using Mathematics--students will be able to interpret and analyze quantitative/mathematical information using multiple representations (such as, formulas, graphs, and tables) GE 2 Students will be able to apply mathematical methods to solve problems. BC 1 Students will be able to find the derivatives of a variety of functions including powers, exponentials, logarithms and combinations of these functions. BC 2 Students will be able to apply their knowledge of derivatives to business applications including marginal analysis, optimization, related rates of change, relative rates of change and elasticity of demand. BC 3 Students will be able to solve exponential and logarithmic equations and apply those processes to any business application involving exponential or logarithmic equations. BC 4 Students will be able to find the integrals of functions using the power rule, the exponential rule and the logarithm rules. Students will also demonstrate their ability to use different methods of finding integrals such as substitution and integration by parts. BC 5 Students will be able to apply their knowledge of integrals to solve problems involving total accumulations and average values.

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• Spring '11
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• Calculus, Academic dishonesty, Logarithm, pg, TUE

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