# Course Prerequisites

Below you may find the details about the**for each Distance Calculus course.**

__prerequisites__
Distance Calculus @ requires that student applicants to the program submit
an academic transcript demonstrating satisfaction of the prerequisite course prior to
enrollment. [Note: To complete enrollment in a Distance Calculus course, an
** unofficial** academic transcript is sufficient; an

**must be ordered from your previous academic institution and sent to prior to completion of your course.]**

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**Course Description**:
Properties of real numbers, order and absolute value, complex numbers,
scientific notation, factoring polynomials, linear and quadratic
equations,
systems of equations, linear inequalities, and graphing, exponential,
logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, including identities, inverse
trigonometric functions, and right triangle trigonometry.

**Prerequisite Course**: Algebra I, II; Geometry*Algebra I, II; Geometry*- Prequisite Course Description:

High school level: Algebra II

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**Course Description**:
An introduction to differential and integral calculus emphasizing
applications to business and the life sciences. Topics covered will
include limits, rules of differentiation, extreme value problems, curve
sketching, exponential and logarithmic functions, techniques of
integration, and area
between curves. Includes a thorough review of high school algebra.

**Prerequisite Course**: Algebra II*Algebra II*- Prequisite Course Description:

High School Level Algebra II.

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**Course Description**:
A brief review of algebra and trigonometry; coordinate systems,
analytical geometry, the derivative using the definition, limits,
continuity, techniques of differentiation; Mean Value theorem and its
application, Applications of differentiation to extreme value problems,
curve sketching and related rates problems, the integral and its
properties, applications of the integral for finding area under a curve,
antiderivatives, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

**Prerequisite Course**: Precalculus with Trigonometry*Course Equivalent: MAT 1140: Precalculus with Trigonometry*- Prequisite Course Description:

Properties of real numbers, order and absolute value, complex numbers, scientific notation, factoring polynomials, linear and quadratic equations, systems of equations, linear inequalities, and graphing, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, including identities, inverse trigonometric functions, and right triangle trigonometry.

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**Course Description**:
Further study of the integral, volume of a solid of revolution, length
of a curve, area of a surface of revolution, work, moments, and
centroids. Applications of differential and integral calculus to
improper integrals, infinite series, polynomial approximations of
functions, Taylor’s Theorem, conics, polar coordinates, and vector
analysis.

**Prerequisite Course**: Calculus I*Course Equivalent: MAT 2610: Calculus I*- Prequisite Course Description:

A brief review of algebra and trigonometry; coordinate systems, analytical geometry, the derivative using the definition, limits, continuity, techniques of differentiation; Mean Value theorem and its application, Applications of differentiation to extreme value problems, curve sketching and related rates problems, the integral and its properties, applications of the integral for finding area under a curve, antiderivatives, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

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**Course Description**:
An introduction to statistics (non-Calculus based). Frequency
distributions; their graphic and tabular representations; measures of
central tendency, of dispersion and of correlation; sampling; elementary
probability theory; linear regression, the Central Limit Theorem.

**Prerequisite Course**: Algebra II*Algebra II*- Prequisite Course Description:

High School Level Algebra II

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**Course Description**:
Applications of differential and integral calculus to vector-valued
functions, partial derivative, multiple integrals, vector field
analysis, line and surface integrals, Jacobian transformations, Green,
Stokes, and Gauss Theorems.

**Prerequisite Course**: Calculus II*Course Equivalent: MAT 2620: Calculus II*- Prequisite Course Description:

Further study of the integral, volume of a solid of revolution, length of a curve, area of a surface of revolution, work, moments, and centroids. Applications of differential and integral calculus to improper integrals, infinite series, polynomial approximations of functions, Taylor's Theorem, conics, polar coordinates, and vector analysis.

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**Course Description**:
Topics covered include solutions of systems of linear equations,
matrices, linear transformations, bases and linear independence,
determinants, orthogonality, singular values, eigenvectors and
eigenvalues, rank, geometric applications.

**Prerequisite Course**: Calculus II*Course Equivalent: MAT 2620: Calculus II*- Prequisite Course Description:

Further study of the integral, volume of a solid of revolution, length of a curve, area of a surface of revolution, work, moments, and centroids. Applications of differential and integral calculus to improper integrals, infinite series, polynomial approximations of functions, Taylor's Theorem, conics, polar coordinates, and vector analysis.

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**Course Description**:
An introductory course in ordinary differential equations with
applications. Topics covered include first and second order differential
equations, power series solutions, Laplace transforms, linear systems,
numerical methods, and linearization methods.

**Prerequisite Course**: Calculus II*Course Equivalent: MAT 2620: Calculus II*- Prequisite Course Description:

Further study of the integral, volume of a solid of revolution, length of a curve, area of a surface of revolution, work, moments, and centroids. Applications of differential and integral calculus to improper integrals, infinite series, polynomial approximations of functions, Taylor's Theorem, conics, polar coordinates, and vector analysis.

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**Course Description**:
An introduction to Calculus-based Probability theory and statistics.
Topics include distributions, Monte-Carlo methods, probabilities,
Markov's Inequality, Chebyshev Theorem; discrete and continuous random
variables, Central Limit Theorem.

**Prerequisite Course**: Multivariable Calculus*Course Equivalent: MAT 3380: Multivariable Calculus*- Prequisite Course Description:

Applications of differential and integral calculus to vector-valued functions, partial derivative, multiple integrals, vector field analysis, line and surface integrals, Jacobian transformations, Green, Stokes, and Gauss Theorems.

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