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Masc 1024 Information for obtaining credit by exam for MASC 1024.

Math 1014 Precalculus with Transcendental Functions

Math 1025 Elementary Calculus

Math 1525 Matrix algebra, linear and quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, limits, derivatives.

Math 1526 Derivative rules and applications, integration with applications, multivariable calculus.

Math 1535 Math 1535 was specifically developed for students in the Architecture and Industrial Design Curricula. Topics include a review of Euclidean geometry and trigonometry, descriptive and projective geometry applied to drawing, similarity, proportion, the golden mean, and applications of graph theory.

Math 1114 Euclidean vectors, complex numbers, and topics in linear algebra including linear systems, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues, and bases in Euclidean space. This course, along with 1205-1206 and 1224, constitutes the freshman science and engineering mathematics courses.

Math 1225 Unified calculus course covering techniques of differential and integral calculus for functions of one variable. This sequence constitutes the standard first-year mathematics courses for science and engineering. 1225: limits, continuity, differentiation, transcendental functions, applications of differentiation, introduction to integration. Assumes 2 units of high school algebra, 1 unit of geometry, 1/2 unit each of trigonometry and precalculus, and placement by Math Dept. 1225 partially duplicates 1205, 1016, 1025, and 1525.

Math 1226 Unified calculus course covering techniques of differential and integral calculus for functions of one variable. This sequence constitutes the standard first-year mathematics courses for science and engineering. 1226: techniques and applications of integration, trapezoidal and Simpson's rules, improper integrals, sequences and series, power series, parametric curves and polar coordinates, software-based techniques. 1226 partially duplicates 1026, 1206, and 2015. Pre: 1225 for 1226.

Math 2114 Math 2114 is a challenging three-credit course covering important topics in Linear Algebra including vector and matrix operations, systems of linear equations, linear independence, bases, orthonormal bases, rank, linear transformations, and diagonalization.

Math 2204 Course in multivariable calculus: Introduction to vector geometry, and differentiation and integration in multiple dimensions.

Math 2214 Course in ordinary differential equations. First-order equations, second- and higher-order linear equations, systems of first-order linear equations, and numerical methods.