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Course Name
| Elements of Calculus I |

URL to course page
| http://ocw.nd.edu/mathematics/elements-of-calculus-i |

Name of institution (e.g., MIT, Harvard)
| University of Notre Dame |

Domain of institution (e.g., mit.edu, harvard.edu)
| http://nd.edu/ |

Course features
| Reading Schedule, Problems/Exercises, Tests/Exams/Quizzes, Problem/Test Solutions, Projects/Assignments, Other |

Review of course
| This course is for students in arts and letters, architecture, or business. It studies basic calculus as part of a liberal education. It emphasizes conceptual learning and stresses the connections between mathematics and modern society. Topics include functions, limits, derivatives, and an introduction to integral, with interesting real-life applications throughout. Students are familiarized with the many different interpretations of the derivative as a rate of change, and the integral as a total rate of change. This enables them to learn and practice modeling in a variety of situations from economics the social and the life sciences. |

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Subjects | Mathematics |