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Vv 256: Applied Calculus IV


Course description: The sequence Applied Calculus Vv156-255-256 is an introduction to basic calculus. It differs from the Honors Math sequence in that new concepts are often introduced and extended from concrete examples, remaining closely aligned to applications. Most theorems are stated rigorously and motivated from examples, but complicated proofs and abstract generalizations are often omitted. The emphasis is on applying mathematical results to concrete problems.
Credit hours: 4 credits( No credits are counted towards graduation for those who have completed Vv286)
Pre-requisites: Vv 255 , Vv 285, or permission of instructor
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