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MTH 2332   Applied Calculus   Credits: 3

In this course, students will apply concepts of differentiation to algebraic, trigonometric, and exponential functions. These concepts include delta method and Product and Quotient rules. Newton's method, related rates, and optimization will be used as techniques of differential calculus to solve real world problems in engineering technology. Students will also calculate definite and indefinite integrals using concepts of integration. These rules of integrations will be specifically applied to finding approximate and exact areas under a curve. Applications of integral calculus to real world problems in engineering technology will be performed to find length of arcs, volume of curved objects, centroids of 2D and 3D models, fluid pressure at specified depth, and second moment of area. Each application depends on the field of engineering technology (civil or mining).

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