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School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 B C D E F G H I J Math 1070 Excel Project (Due: Friday, November 15, 2
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Test 1 study guide (Show all your work) Math 1101 Fall 11 No.: _ Name: _ 1. i). Consider the following table. s t 70 149 73 175 66 146 66 126 64 138 A) Is t a function of s ? B Is s a function of t ? ii). The following table gives values for a function f(
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Year 1965 1974 1979 1983 1985 1987 1990 1992 1993 1995 2000 TotalPop. AllMales AllFemales 42.4 51.9 33.9 37.1 43.1 32.1 33.5 37.5 29.9 32.1 35.1 29.5 30.1 32.6 27.9 28.8 31.2 26.5 25.5 28.4 22.8 26.5 28.6 24.6 25 27.7 22.5 24.7 27 22.6 23.3 25.7 21 Males
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Name: Ryan Lees No.: Due Oct 25th in class. Semester Project 2 Regression Line The following table shows (for the years 1965 to 2000 and for people 18 and over) the total percentage of cigarette smokers, the percentage of males who are smokers, and the pe
School: Georgia State
Course: Optimization
1 Denitions The positive integers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, . . . The nonnegative integers are 0, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, . . . The rational numbers are E , a an integer, b an integer, b 75 0. The real numbers are all possible decimal expansions. The complex numbers a
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Biology
Final Exam Review Math 131 L. Ballou 3x x 1. If f(x)= , nd What is the domain of The function, is not defined at X : 0, and the composite is not dened at X I 3, so the domain is all reals not equal to 0 or 3. 2. Are the lines 2x + y =1 and 2x y =1 pe
School: Georgia State
Course: Algebraic Concepts
The arc length function 5 of the curve C={(x,y):a:c£b, y=f(:c)} is the distance along the curve C from the ini tial point P0 = (a,f(a) to Q : (x,f(ac), i.e. son) = x «1 + [ow]? cit. By the FTC Thus (1) (ds)2 = (dz/22)2 + (d202- Symbolically L=/ds. If the
School: Georgia State
Course: Algebraic Concepts
Here is a list of what weve done this semester along with some exercises that you should be able to do. Of course, you are responsible for any homework problems weve done, so know how to do them, too. (Exam 1 stu) Section 5.5 & 5.6: The Fundamental Theore
School: Georgia State
Course: Calc For The Life Science II
Since an exponential function (in standard form) is ofthe form x} = ADV, in order to nd an exponential model we need to compute two unknowns: 13.0 and b, so we need two data points. Example git s important to understand the procedure}: Thepapufanass afthe
School: Georgia State
Course: Calc For The Life Science II
Logic Logic is the beginning of wisdom, not the end. Mr. Spock Five habits of a mathematician are the ability to (1) develop intuition7 (2) gain expe- rience, (3) make connections, (4) think abstractly, and (5) look for structure. At the very foundation o
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH 2212
Plant Reproduction Biol 2108 Lab Moss Moss Life Cycle Moss Sporophyte (Sphagnum) Moss Young Gametophyte Moss Antheridial Head Moss Archegonial Head Moss Protonema Moss Capsule Fern Fern Young Sporophyte Fern Antheridia Fern Archegonia Fern Indusium Fern S
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH 2212
Protostomes Annelida Annelida Mollusca Arthropoda Platyhelminthes Evolutionary Relationships Amongst Animals Ecdysozoans & Lophotrochozoans In ancient times the protostomes split into 2 major clades that have been evolving independently ever since Lopho
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH 2212
Plant Growth & Hormones Seed Dormancy Seed dormancy may last for weeks, months, years, or even centuries. What are the advantages of dormancy? Germination Plant Hormones What is a hormone? Hormones Naturally occurring regulatory compounds Substances tha
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 23, 2008 [LECTURE 6] What you need to know What you need to remember 1. One notice In a normal distribution, , , is actually the mean, and is the standard deviation. One interesting & important property of normal distribution 1
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 18, 2008 [LECTURE 5] What you need to remember for today's lecture? 1. IQR and outliers The interquartile range (IQR) is the distance between the first and third quartiles (the length of the box in the boxplot) IQR = Q3 - Q1 An outlier
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 16, 2008 [LECTURE 4] What you need to remember from today's lecture I. Measure of spread: quartiles and standard deviation Quartiles are three numbers that describe the trend, or statistically, the spread of the data. The calculation
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Test 1 study guide (Show all your work) Math 1101 Fall 11 No.: _ Name: _ 1. i). Consider the following table. s t 70 149 73 175 66 146 66 126 64 138 A) Is t a function of s ? B Is s a function of t ? ii). The following table gives values for a function f(
School: Georgia State
Course: Graph Theory
1. Prove that an equiangular triangle is equilateral (all sides are congruent). By the Converse to the Isosceles triangle theorem if in AABC we have that 4A 3 AB then BC E AC. Since the triangle is equiangular, we also have that 4A E AC from which it foll
School: Georgia State
Course: Differential Equations
1. a). Note that y; : 3, y; : 0, and LHS: ygi2yj073yp: 7673(3t71):79t73:RHS, yp(t) : 3t 7 1 must be a particular solution of the given nonhomogeneous ODE. b). The characteristic equation is r2 i 2?" i 3 : 0, which has roots 71 and 3. Hence the complementa
School: Georgia State
Course: LEARNING THEORIES COLL MATH ED
Lab Report 5- KH 3650 ° What are the physiological factors that limit V02 max? Would these factors be different for a trained person from a sedentary person? The highest V02 recorded in absolute terms was 3.97[L/ min), in relative terms it was 53.3 [ml/kg
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH MODELS FOR COMPUTER SCI
SPRING 2015 MATH 3030 MW 3:00 - 4:15 PM, Langdale Hall 601 Instructor: Xiaojing Ye, xye@gsu.edu, COE 704, Phone: 413-6444. Oce Hours: MW 2:00-2:50 PM. Textbook: (Required) Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 10th edition by E. Kreyszig, Wiley 2011. (We cove
School: Georgia State
Course: Discrete Math
COURSE SYLLABUS MATH 2420DISCRETE MATHEMATICS SUMMER, 2015 (Math 2420 Section 005, CRN 50333) Day and Time: MW 4:45-7:15pm. Room: Langdale Hall 403 Instructor: Dr. Mariana Montiel Office: COE 708 Direct phone: (404) 413-6414 e-mail: mmontiel@gsu.edu Offic
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable I
MATH-2211 Syllabus Course Syllabus MATH-2211 - Calculus of One Variable I Spring semester, 2015 Course: MATH-2211 Calculus of One Variable I (CRN: 10657) Text: Calculus: One and Several Variables, 10th Edition by Salas, Hille & Etgen; Wiley, 2007, ISBN 97
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
MATH-2212 Syllabus Course Syllabus MATH-2212 - Calculus of One Variable II Summer semester, 2015 Course: MATH-2212 Calculus of One Variable II (CRN: 54003) Text: (Required) Calculus: One and Several Variables, 10th Edition by Salas, Hille & Etgen; Wiley,
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Modeling
Georgia State University Department of Computer Information Systems Course Syllabus CIS8630 (CRN xxxxx) Business Computer Forensics and Incident Response Spring 2010 Instructors : Name Office Office Hours Office Phone Office Fax Email Richard Baskerville
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Modeling
CIS 4140E Spring 2010 Implementing IT-Facilitated Business Processes Richard Welke, Ph.D. Director, Center for Process Innovation Professor, Computer Information Systems Robinson College of Business Georgia State University Proposed Catalog Description Im
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 B C D E F G H I J Math 1070 Excel Project (Due: Friday, November 15, 2
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Test 1 study guide (Show all your work) Math 1101 Fall 11 No.: _ Name: _ 1. i). Consider the following table. s t 70 149 73 175 66 146 66 126 64 138 A) Is t a function of s ? B Is s a function of t ? ii). The following table gives values for a function f(
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Year 1965 1974 1979 1983 1985 1987 1990 1992 1993 1995 2000 TotalPop. AllMales AllFemales 42.4 51.9 33.9 37.1 43.1 32.1 33.5 37.5 29.9 32.1 35.1 29.5 30.1 32.6 27.9 28.8 31.2 26.5 25.5 28.4 22.8 26.5 28.6 24.6 25 27.7 22.5 24.7 27 22.6 23.3 25.7 21 Males
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Name: Ryan Lees No.: Due Oct 25th in class. Semester Project 2 Regression Line The following table shows (for the years 1965 to 2000 and for people 18 and over) the total percentage of cigarette smokers, the percentage of males who are smokers, and the pe
School: Georgia State
Course: Optimization
1 Denitions The positive integers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, . . . The nonnegative integers are 0, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, . . . The rational numbers are E , a an integer, b an integer, b 75 0. The real numbers are all possible decimal expansions. The complex numbers a
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Biology
Final Exam Review Math 131 L. Ballou 3x x 1. If f(x)= , nd What is the domain of The function, is not defined at X : 0, and the composite is not dened at X I 3, so the domain is all reals not equal to 0 or 3. 2. Are the lines 2x + y =1 and 2x y =1 pe
School: Georgia State
Course: Algebraic Concepts
The arc length function 5 of the curve C={(x,y):a:c£b, y=f(:c)} is the distance along the curve C from the ini tial point P0 = (a,f(a) to Q : (x,f(ac), i.e. son) = x «1 + [ow]? cit. By the FTC Thus (1) (ds)2 = (dz/22)2 + (d202- Symbolically L=/ds. If the
School: Georgia State
Course: Algebraic Concepts
Here is a list of what weve done this semester along with some exercises that you should be able to do. Of course, you are responsible for any homework problems weve done, so know how to do them, too. (Exam 1 stu) Section 5.5 & 5.6: The Fundamental Theore
School: Georgia State
Course: Calc For The Life Science II
Since an exponential function (in standard form) is ofthe form x} = ADV, in order to nd an exponential model we need to compute two unknowns: 13.0 and b, so we need two data points. Example git s important to understand the procedure}: Thepapufanass afthe
School: Georgia State
Course: Calc For The Life Science II
Logic Logic is the beginning of wisdom, not the end. Mr. Spock Five habits of a mathematician are the ability to (1) develop intuition7 (2) gain expe- rience, (3) make connections, (4) think abstractly, and (5) look for structure. At the very foundation o
School: Georgia State
Course: Calc For The Life Science II
6.4 and 6.5 Review My reviews and review sheets are not meant to be your only form of studying. It is vital to your success on the exams that you carefully go through and understand ALL the homework problems, worksheets and lecture material. Hopefully thi
School: Georgia State
Course: College Geometry
Area in Neutral, Euclidean and Hyperbolic Geometry 8.1 Introduction Up to this time we have not yet dened area. It is a measurement, like distance and angle measure, so it is a function that assigns a real number to a geometric object. We want to see what
School: Georgia State
Course: College Geometry
5.2 Geodesic Equations and Clairaut Relation Now that we know what geodesics are, how can we do the calculations? Lets consider an orthogonal patch x(u, u), (i.e., F : xu 'xv : 0). Let 0 be a geodesic in the patch x. Then, we know that we can write C(15)
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Statistics I
Suppose a measurement X can be any real number between a and b with all intervals of equal length being equally likely to occur. Then X is called uniformly distributed over [a, b] and is denoted by X ~U[a, [9]. Then RangeX = [51, b] and the probability de
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Statistics I
Throughout, let Q be a sample space with a defined probability measure P. Definition. A random variable is a realvalued function X defined on a sample space Q . This function X is called a discrete random variable if it has a countable range (either finit
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Statistics I
PnApr) Region 2 Name Notation Re ions Samle Sace (Universal Set) 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 Not A (A complement) _ Not 8 (B complement) A or B (A union B) A UB A and B (A intersects) AbutnotB (onlyA) A_B:AnBC Neither A nor B (A UB)c 2 Ac Bo 4 (Not A and not B) Notboth
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Statistics I
We now shall consider probabilities of events that are restricted within a subset that is smaller than the entire sample space Q. For example, let Q be the space of all students, with F being female students, and consider the event G of having a GPA of at
School: Georgia State
Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
Suppose we have a population of N objects which are divided into two types: Type A and Type B. There are M objects of Type A and N M objects of Type B. For example, a standard deck of N : 52 playing cards can be divided in many ways. Type A could be Heart
School: Georgia State
Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
We now shall discuss how to find the average and standard deviation of a random variable X. Expected Value Denition. The expected value (or average value, or mean u) of a discrete random variable X is a weighted average given by u =E[X]= Z kP<X=k). keRang
School: Georgia State
Course: Graph Theory
0.1. ARBITRARY CURVES l 0.1 Arbitrary Curves We have shown that all regular curves can be parametrized by arclength, but to explicitly do this for all curves is impossible, due to the nature of the functions involved. We will need to modify the Frenet for
School: Georgia State
Course: Graph Theory
4.5 A Formula for Gaussian Curvature The Gaussian curvature can tell us a lot about a surface. We compute K using the unit normal U7 so that it would seem reasonable to think that the way in which we embed the surface in three space would affect the value
School: Georgia State
Course: College Geometry
You will be graded on how well and fully you support your work! Use only methods from class. F05) l 2 3 4 5 6 1. [24] a) Let f(x) be defined by the graph given above. Mar-k each statement true or' false. f(x)is continuous lirn f(x) exists lirn f(x) = l
School: Georgia State
Course: Partial Differential Equations
Answer each question completely. Show all work. No credit is allowed for mere answers with no work shown. Show the steps of calculations. State the reasons that justify conclusions. 1. (12 points) Find parametric equations of the line of intersection of
School: Georgia State
Course: Partial Differential Equations
. Work on the Quiz# 7 and last classworkithat I shall give in last class. . See the true false and concept questions at the end of chapter 12 16. . Take a look of previous exams. . Read the relevant sections, mainly the concepts in the boxes and the ones
School: Georgia State
Course: Partial Differential Equations
Sec 8.2 Series Part 1 A series is simply the sum of the terms of a sequence. 2 arr1 2611 + a2 + a3 + a4 + - - is called an innite series where an is the nth term of the series. 11:1 Associated With any innite series is a sequence (list), {sn} = s1, 52, S3
School: Georgia State
Course: Partial Differential Equations
Differential Equations LECTURE 4O Separation of Variables and Heat Equation IVPS 1. Initial Value Problems Partial differential equations generally have lots of solutions. To specify a unique one, well need some additional conditions. These conditions are
School: Georgia State
Course: Biostatistics
Math 567 Notes Differential equations: One independent variable, one or more dependent variables. In a differential equation, we prescribe the rate of change of each dependent variable as a function of given values of all the dependent and independent var
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH 2212
Plant Reproduction Biol 2108 Lab Moss Moss Life Cycle Moss Sporophyte (Sphagnum) Moss Young Gametophyte Moss Antheridial Head Moss Archegonial Head Moss Protonema Moss Capsule Fern Fern Young Sporophyte Fern Antheridia Fern Archegonia Fern Indusium Fern S
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH 2212
Protostomes Annelida Annelida Mollusca Arthropoda Platyhelminthes Evolutionary Relationships Amongst Animals Ecdysozoans & Lophotrochozoans In ancient times the protostomes split into 2 major clades that have been evolving independently ever since Lopho
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH 2212
Plant Growth & Hormones Seed Dormancy Seed dormancy may last for weeks, months, years, or even centuries. What are the advantages of dormancy? Germination Plant Hormones What is a hormone? Hormones Naturally occurring regulatory compounds Substances tha
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 23, 2008 [LECTURE 6] What you need to know What you need to remember 1. One notice In a normal distribution, , , is actually the mean, and is the standard deviation. One interesting & important property of normal distribution 1
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 18, 2008 [LECTURE 5] What you need to remember for today's lecture? 1. IQR and outliers The interquartile range (IQR) is the distance between the first and third quartiles (the length of the box in the boxplot) IQR = Q3 - Q1 An outlier
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 16, 2008 [LECTURE 4] What you need to remember from today's lecture I. Measure of spread: quartiles and standard deviation Quartiles are three numbers that describe the trend, or statistically, the spread of the data. The calculation
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 14, 2008 [LECTURE 3] I. Stemplots: How to make a stemplot: 1) Separate each observation into a stem, consisting of all but the final (rightmost) digit, and a leaf, which is that remaining final digit. Stems may have as many digits as nee
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 11, 2008 [LECTURE 2] What you need to remember for today's class I. Histograms: The range of values that a variable can take is divided into equal-size intervals. The histogram shows the number of individual data points that fall in each
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 9, 2008 [OUTLINE OF LECTURE 1] What you need to know for today's lecture I. II. III. What is statistics, and what do statisticians do? Why statistics is useful in everyday life? What can you expect from statistics and statisticians? Wha
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Test 1 study guide (Show all your work) Math 1101 Fall 11 No.: _ Name: _ 1. i). Consider the following table. s t 70 149 73 175 66 146 66 126 64 138 A) Is t a function of s ? B Is s a function of t ? ii). The following table gives values for a function f(
School: Georgia State
Course: Linear Algebra II
1. Which of the following is the inverse of the function f(_;1:7) : 22: + 3'? a) flmi) = 21? 7 3 b) 1619:) = 72177 3 . 1,7 _$_3 , 2 d) f1(m):;+3 2. Find _ m2+2178 A=111n mrwgBmIQ and _ 10:35 + 7:153 +1? B i 5175 + 817 7 172 ' a) A does not exist, B = 0
School: Georgia State
Course: Graph Theory
1) The angle [in degrEESJ loaded a+ ver+ax A of u: +riangle ABC. wifh verfices N6, 9, 51, BM, 6, 51 and (:15, ~51, 81 is r a. 35.0713 1* In. 23.1431 r c. 63.9969 (3 11. 42.9221 r" e. 71.0219 r f. 47.0?9 Note: The law of cosines i5 fhe aasles+ way fa Find
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Course: Graph Theory
Multiple Chaise {3233,3132 choice that best (Templates Ilse statement 0:" answers the quesners 1. A ditrisicn c f Dittcn Industries manufactures the Futura mc de1 micrcwatre even. The daily:r cast (in dcllars) cf prcducing these micrcwaire evens is CU) =
School: Georgia State
Course: Graph Theory
Justify all work using complete sentences .1 Use only methods from class. F(><) 1. [12] a) Let x) be defined by the graph given above. Determine the following limits, writing +00 or -oo as appropriate. If a limit does not exist, explain why. Iim f
School: Georgia State
Course: College Geometry
problem and mark your answers clearly. You must show all appropriate work in order to receive credit for an answer. Good luck! INSTRUCTIONS: Write your name, section number, and ID number on this test sheet and each of the answer sheets. Number the N0 CAL
School: Georgia State
Course: College Geometry
_. (8 pts) Find parametric equations for the line through P = (-2, 0, 3) and Q = (3, 5, -2 . 3. (8 pts) Find the equation of the plane through (1, 1, -1), (2, 0, 2), and (0, 2, 1) i. (8 pts) Sketch a rough graph for: (a) x2 +4z2 =16 (b) 2: = 8 x2 y2 1 /1_
School: Georgia State
Course: College Geometry
NAME 10. 11. INSTRUCTOR . You must use a 35:52 pencil on the markisense sheet (answer sheet). . If the cover of your question booklet is GREEN, write 01 in the TEST/QUIZ NUMBER boxes and blacken in the appropriate spaces below. If the cover is ORANGE,
School: Georgia State
Course: Partial Differential Equations
Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Calculate the given integral I IS 3 xi 9 dz gr 83: +6: Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Suppose x) is an invertible differentiable functian and R31): 1. In): 5, f (-3}: -5-, f (=3 Evaluate the derivative of the inverse
School: Georgia State
Course: Partial Differential Equations
1 . (15 points) Evaluate the line integral / ($2 + 3/2) d5 along the path given by the vector C function 'r-(t) = [cos(t) + tsin(t)] 73+ [sin(t) tcos(t)] j, for t E [0, 2]. .2. 8mm: WW3" 1:} rm) mm o1: .I Him) = [mm +6 CA»an + [yam wt w/f)12 (942098 +
School: Georgia State
Course: Graph Theory
1. Prove that an equiangular triangle is equilateral (all sides are congruent). By the Converse to the Isosceles triangle theorem if in AABC we have that 4A 3 AB then BC E AC. Since the triangle is equiangular, we also have that 4A E AC from which it foll
School: Georgia State
Course: Differential Equations
1. a). Note that y; : 3, y; : 0, and LHS: ygi2yj073yp: 7673(3t71):79t73:RHS, yp(t) : 3t 7 1 must be a particular solution of the given nonhomogeneous ODE. b). The characteristic equation is r2 i 2?" i 3 : 0, which has roots 71 and 3. Hence the complementa
School: Georgia State
Course: Differential Equations
1. (a). Since the characteristic equation of the related homogeneous ODE is 72 i 4 : 0 which has two roots T1 : *2,?"1 : 2, as FSS to the related homogeneous ODE is 11/105) = 82tay2tt) = 82$, and the complementary solution is 2t 2t yc) : 016 + 626 (b). Si
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Course: METH OF REGRESSION/ANAL OF VAR
School: Georgia State
Course: LEARNING THEORIES COLL MATH ED
Lab Report 5- KH 3650 ° What are the physiological factors that limit V02 max? Would these factors be different for a trained person from a sedentary person? The highest V02 recorded in absolute terms was 3.97[L/ min), in relative terms it was 53.3 [ml/kg
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH MODELS FOR COMPUTER SCI
SPRING 2015 MATH 3030 MW 3:00 - 4:15 PM, Langdale Hall 601 Instructor: Xiaojing Ye, xye@gsu.edu, COE 704, Phone: 413-6444. Oce Hours: MW 2:00-2:50 PM. Textbook: (Required) Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 10th edition by E. Kreyszig, Wiley 2011. (We cove
School: Georgia State
Course: Discrete Math
COURSE SYLLABUS MATH 2420DISCRETE MATHEMATICS SUMMER, 2015 (Math 2420 Section 005, CRN 50333) Day and Time: MW 4:45-7:15pm. Room: Langdale Hall 403 Instructor: Dr. Mariana Montiel Office: COE 708 Direct phone: (404) 413-6414 e-mail: mmontiel@gsu.edu Offic
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable I
MATH-2211 Syllabus Course Syllabus MATH-2211 - Calculus of One Variable I Spring semester, 2015 Course: MATH-2211 Calculus of One Variable I (CRN: 10657) Text: Calculus: One and Several Variables, 10th Edition by Salas, Hille & Etgen; Wiley, 2007, ISBN 97
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