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Department
| Math |

Number
| 1A |

Units
| 4 |

You thought math was fun and interesting? Well welcome to the end of that. Math 1A, where it often becomes terribly complex and totally inexplicable.

## Course DescriptionEdit

This sequence is intended for majors in engineering and the physical sciences. An introduction to differential and integral calculus of functions of one variable, with applications and an introduction to transcendental functions.

## PrerequisitesEdit

Three and one-half years of high school math, including trigonometry and analytic geometry, plus a satisfactory grade in one of the following: CEEB MAT test, an AP test, the UC/CSU math diagnostic test, or 32. Consult the mathematics department for details. Students with AP credit should consider choosing a course more advanced than 1A.^{[1]}

## Current InformationEdit

- Spring 2009
- Section 1, Zvezdelina Stankova, TuTh 330-5P, 155 Dwinelle Hall

- Fall 2008
- Section 1, Ian Agol, TuTh 8-930A, 155 Dwinelle Hall
- Section 2, Ole Hald, MWF 1-2P, 2050 VLSB
- Section 3, Martin Olsson, MWF 12-1P, 155 Dwinelle Hall

## Student PerspectiveEdit

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