(CLC MATH 1477) College Credit: 5.0
Grade: 11-12 HS Credit Conversion: 1.25 Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus, and meet CLC course requirements.

This course is a review of the concept and properties of a function. There is an emphasis on the graphing and behavior of a function. Limits are introduced and developed. The derivative of a function is defined and applied to algebraic and trigonometric functions. The course also covers the following topics: anti- differentiation and elementary differential equations, definite integral as a limit of a sum and as related to anti-differentiation via the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, applications to maximum, minimum and related rates, differentiation and integration of exponential and logarithmic functions.