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## Calculus 1

Concurrent Enrollment for college credit through Northern Michigan University

**Course Description:**This introductory calculus course contains a brief review of Precalculus mathematics, limits, the derivative, differentiation rules, applications of the derivative, the definite integral, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and an introduction to the applications of the integral.

This course satisfies the Foundation of Natural Sciences/Mathematics requirement. Students who complete this course should be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of mathematical logic; use mathematics to solve scientific or mathematical problems in college classes; express relationships in the symbolic language of mathematics; and appreciate the role of mathematics in analyzing natural phenomena.

**Learning Outcomes (primary focus of examinations)**

- The student will be able to correctly evaluate a variety of types of limits and interpret their relationship to concepts such as continuity and differentiability.
- The student will be able to select and apply the appropriate differentiation techniques.
- The student will be able to select and apply the appropriate integration techniques.
- The student will model and solve a variety of problems using integration and differentiation, including but not limited to optimization, related rates, and basic physics.

**Categories for course grade calculation:**Homework, quizzes, tests, etc.

- Homework/Homework Quizzes: 20%
- Mid-Chapter Quizzes: 30%
- Tests: 50%

- Score of 65% or higher on final exam to receive passing grade in the class. (NMU Requirement)
- Passing grade for the class is a C- or better. (NMU Requirement)

Weight for semester grade(s) in the course will be 35% each quarter and 30% semester/final exam.