B.S. Nuclear Engineering, University of Tennessee 1969
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Advanced Placement Calculus
This course is designed to teach the concepts of single variable calculus while strengthening students foundational math skills. The objective of the course is to develop a students understanding of calculus through methods and applications, to prepare them for future courses in the areas of math and science, to prepare students for the AP exam, to encourage an appreciation for mathematics and to make connections between mathematics and their world. The major topics of study throughout the year include limits, derivatives, indefinite integrals, and definite integrals.
This course contains a comprehensive review of the real and complex number system. Other topics include relations, graphs, linear and polynomial functions, linear equations and inequalities, verbal problems, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Continuing goals of this course are the enhancement of a student's ability to reason deductively and to understand the need for precision of language in mathematics.
This course includes a thorough treatment of analytic geometry, differential calculus and its applications, integral calculus, transcendental functions, and methods of integration.