Level:

Lower

Credits:

3

Course Attributes:

Liberal Arts and Science

Description:

A survey of differential calculus and its application to business, including management, finance and economics. Major topics include limits, derivatives, exponential and logarithmic functions and limits, and multi-variable functions. Applications include marginals, maxima/minima, growth and decay, linear models. Credit for MATH 1083 will not be allowed if student has received credit for MATH 1063 [3].

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