MATH 1200 - Calculus I F (3-1) [0.50]

This is a theoretical course intended primarily for students who expect to pursue further studies in mathematics and its applications. Topics include inequalities and absolute value; compound angle formulas for trigonometric functions; limits and continuity using rigorous definitions; the derivative and derivative formulas (including derivatives of trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions); Fermat's theorem; Rolle's theorem; the mean-value theorem; applications of the derivative; Riemann sums; the definite integral; the fundamental theorem of calculus; applications of the definite integral; the mean value theorem for integrals.

**Posted By :**Anonymous

**Posted On :**April 14, 2012

**Is the textbook recommended by the student?**Yes

**Did the student enjoy the professor?**Yes

**Professor**: Jack Weiner

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Amazing prof. Made the subject seem so easy!

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**Posted By :**Gurdeep Singh

**Posted On :**February 22, 2012

**Is the textbook recommended by the student?**No

**Did the student enjoy the professor?**Yes

**Professor**: Gismondi

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Love this subject.

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**Posted By :**Anonymous

**Posted On :**October 23, 2011

**Is the textbook recommended by the student?**No

**Did the student enjoy the professor?**Yes

**Professor**: Jack Weiner

**Comment :**

Great prof helped a lot. At first the course seemed very overwhelming (considering it was my first semester of university), but looking back the course doesn't look too difficult. Textbook wasn't needed (at least I never used it). If the new prof is still using Jack's Course notes the text is unnecessary.

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**Posted By :**Anonymous

**Posted On :**January 29, 2011

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If you didn't want to learn anything about math, taking this course with Weiner was a great way to chew up and spit out some math-like stuff. educational value = ~0.
expect a ton of memorization of formulae.

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**Posted By :**Anonymous

**Posted On :**January 12, 2011

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This course was actually pretty easy, but I had a great prof (Jack Weiner) who made it easy to learn. Unfortunately he is no longer teaching the course.

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