Mathematics

Mathematics

Course Materials

Many of our professors post their syllabi, lecture notes, and supplemental learning materials on-line for student use. Herewith the lecture notes for some of our mathematics courses.

Precalculus

  • This section of Precalculus was taught in Fall Semester 2012. The textbook for the course was Precalculus by Faires and DeFranza and the course covered the entire text. The notes were posted using Windows Journal so it is easiest to use Google Chrome or Internet Explorer on a PC to open them. Alternatively, for a Mac, you can search for and download a free plug-in for your Firefox browser to convert the mht files. View course materials here.

Calculus I

  • This section of Calculus I was taught in Fall Semester 2011. The textbook for the course was James Stewart's Essential Calculus with Early Transcendentals and the course covered chapters 1-5 of the text. The notes were posted using Windows Journal so it is easiest to use Google Chrome or Internet Explorer on a PC to open them. Alternatively, for a Mac, you can search for and download a free plug-in for your Firefox browser to convert the mht files. View course materials here.

Calculus II

  • This section of Calculus II was taught in Fall Semester 2012. The textbook for the course was James Stewart's Essential Calculus with Early Transcendentals and the course covered chapters 6-9 of the text. The notes were posted using Windows Journal so it is easiest to use Google Chrome or Internet Explorer on a PC to open them. Alternatively, for a Mac, you can search for and download a free plug-in for your Firefox browser to convert the mht files. View course materials here.

Calculus III

  • This section of Calculus III was taught in Fall Semester 2012. The textbook for the course was James Stewart's Essential Calculus with Early Transcendentals and the course covered chapters 10-15 of the text. The notes were posted using Windows Journal so it is easiest to use Google Chrome or Internet Explorer on a PC to open them. Alternatively, for a Mac, you can search for and download a free plug-in for your Firefox browser to convert the mht files. View course materials here.

Differential Equations

  • This section of Differential Equations was taught in Spring Semester 2011. The textbook for the course was Fundamentals of Differential Equations by Nagle, Saff, and Snider. The notes were posted using Windows Journal so it is easiest to use Google Chrome or Internet Explorer on a PC to open them. Alternatively, for a Mac, you can search for and download a free plug-in for your Firefox browser to convert the mht files. View course materials here.

Abstract Algebra I

  • This section of Abstract Algebra I was taught in Fall Semester 2012. The textbook for the course was Paul Bland's The Basics of Abstract Algebra. View course materials here.

Abstract Algebra II

  • This section of Abstract Algebra II was taught in Spring Semester 2013. The textbook for the course was Paul Bland's The Basics of Abstract Algebra. View course materials here.

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