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A self-scoring mathematics test is advised for students enrolling in MATH 101, 113, or 220. See related courses: STAT 202 Introduction to Statistics, PSYCH 201 Statistical Methods in Psychology, and POLI SCI 312 Statistical Research Methods. Mathematics courses carry science credit and may not be audited.

MATH 220-A-DL : Single-Variable Differential Calculus


This course covers the following: limits; differentiation; linear approximation and related rates; extreme value theorem, mean value theorem, and curve-sketching; optimization. Through this course students will explore, tangle with, and ultimately master the fundamental techniques of differential calculus, all of which stem from the limit and all of which revolve around wielding the derivative as a powerful tool for understanding the mathematical and physical world. The course is conducted completely online. A technology fee will be added to tuition. Prerequisite: a solid foundation in algebra, trigonometry, and geometry. This course was formerly MATH 220-CN.

Spring 2022
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
03/28/22 - 06/11/22Asynch
Asynch 20
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Alznauer, Amy
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