Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
 Course: MAT220 First Term: 2022 Fall Final Term: Current Final Term: 2023 Summer Lecture   5.0 Credit(s)   5.0 Period(s)   5.0 Load       Credit(s)    Period(s)    Load Subject Type: Academic Load Formula: S - Standard Load

Description: Limits, continuity, differential and integral calculus of functions of one variable.

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Analyze the behavior and continuity of functions using limits. (I)
2. State the definition and explain the significance of the derivative. (II)
3. Compute the derivative using the definition and associated formulas for differentiation. (II)
4. Solve application problems using differentiation. (II)
5. State and explain the significance of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. (III)
6. Compute anti-derivatives, indefinite and definite integrals of elementary functions. (III)
7. Read and interpret quantitative information when presented numerically, analytically or graphically. (I, II, III)
8. Compare alternate solution strategies, including technology. (I, II, III)
9. Justify and interpret solutions to application problems. (I, II, III)
10. Communicate process and results in written and verbal formats. (I, II, III)

MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Limits and Continuity
A. Definitions
B. Computations with limits
1. Algebraic
2. Numerical
3. Graphical
C. Infinite limits
D. Limits at infinity
II. The Derivative
A. Definition
B. Techniques of differentiation
C. Extrema of a function
D. First and second derivative test
E. Applications of the derivative
III. The Integral
A. Anti-derivatives and the indefinite integral
B. Evaluate the definite integral
C. Properties of the definite integral
D. Fundamental theorem of calculus
E. Elementary applications of the integral

MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: March 22, 2022

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