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COURSE OUTLINE MATH 102, SUMMER 2011 Course: MATH 102 (Calculus For Students in the Social and Biological Sciences) Mon & Thu 10:00 – 11:20, ECS 116 Course Web Page: www.math.uvic.ca/ ˜ nica/math102.html Instructor: Bogdan Nica Office: SSM A451, Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Mon 11:30 – 1:00 & Thu 12:00 – 1:30 (or by appointment) Text: Brief Calculus: an Applied Approach by Larson & Edwards (7th or 8th edition). Students may purchase a study guide although this is not particularly recommended. Material on Differential Equations: Appendix C from college.cengage.com/mathematics/larson/ calculus_applied/7e/students/appendices/index.html Prerequisites: Principles of Math 12 or its equivalent. Although the course may be taken by anyone who has the prerequisites, students with a grade of C or lower in Math 12 have a low success rate in this course and should consider taking MATH 120 (Precalculus) before taking MATH 102. Course Content: Material from Chapters 1 – 6, and Differential Equations. Details of the sections of the text that the course covers, together with a list of problems from each section that you should be able to work, are on the course web page. This is a minimum list: students who aspire to high grades in the course should work as many other problems in each section as they can find time to do.
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