Notice that the goal is *not* to provide the student with a set of
computational techniques and procedures for solving a set of predefined
problems. Rather, the emphasis is on the fundamental concepts and how
they relate to each other. Computation is an important part of this
process, but it is not the only one, nor is it the primary one. Students
who approach this course assuming that "the answer" is the only thing that
counts will find it frustrating and are not likely to do well.

The material to be covered includes: functions, limits, graphs, differentiation and it applications, and integration and its applications. See the the course outline for more details.

Math 13 covers material that normally would be covered in two terms of
college calculus (

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Created: Sep 01 1997 --- Last modified: Sep 2, 1997 9:04:47 AM