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MATH 1080 - Elements of Calculus I F,W (3-1) [0.50]

The elements of the calculus of one variable with illustration and emphasis on its application in the biological sciences. The elementary functions, sequences and series, difference equations, differential and integral calculus.


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    Posted By : Lauren
    Posted On : March 23, 2012

    Is the textbook recommended by the student? No
    Did the student enjoy the professor? Yes

    Professor : Cunsolo

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    This class isn't hard if you took advanced functions and calculus in high school. the prof was nice. The textbook was 100% totally useless, i regret buying it. The quizzes and tests are the same every year so find a copy of them or go to the SLG sessions because their mock midterms are also useful.
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    Posted By : Anonymous
    Posted On : December 28, 2011

    Is the textbook recommended by the student? No
    Did the student enjoy the professor? Yes

    Professor : Mokanski

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    Fairly easy course! The lectures are pretty dull, but its important that you go so that you are familiar with the material. If you've taken calculus in high school its pretty much the same stuff, minus the last couple units. GET YOUR HANDS ON OLD TESTS!! The quizzes, midterms and finals are literally almost exactly the same from past years! The textbook is not needed... haven't opened it once.
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    Posted By : Anonymous
    Posted On : December 18, 2011

    Is the textbook recommended by the student? No
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    Do not bother buying the textbook you will never open it! Just do the modules and get the notes down you'll be totally fine. Get your hands on the quizzes, tests and exams from other years because they test you on the exact same type of questions. Not hard to do good in this course.
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    Posted By : Anonymous
    Posted On : March 18, 2011

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    Lab quizzes, midterm and final exams are all the same as previous years just with different values. Before the exams make sure to do ones from previous years and to know them like the back of your hand and you'll be fine.
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    Posted By : Anonymous
    Posted On : February 1, 2011

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    This course is a bitch!!... there i said it!... USUALLY SO F***ING IN THE MORNING!... most of the time i had to sit on the ground.
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    Posted By : Anonymous
    Posted On : January 23, 2011

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    Exams/quizzes/tests are VERY straight forward. Basically, if you can do everything in the modules and lab sections you should have no problem getting 90+.
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    Posted By : Anonymous
    Posted On : January 18, 2011

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    Easy easy. Unless you didn't take calculus in grade 12, because if you didn't, they go through the whole calculus course in one class after functions. I did my homework with the solutions, found patterns and then just applied them to the quizzes and term tests. And yes, the term tests, quizzes and EVEN THE EXAM were similar from the ones from last you, that is if you get a hold of it.
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    Posted On : January 9, 2011

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    Posted By : Anonymous
    Posted On : January 7, 2011

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    if you love/are good at math, don't sweat it. i didn't go to most of my classes because they were too early. i did go to the lab sessions. just make sure you do all the modules and lab exercises. oh, also make sure you've taken calc in grade 12, or it can get crucial for you. oh also, if possible, get your hands on the old midterms and lab quizzes. honestly, they are EXACTLY the same as previous years, except they have different numbers
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