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In this introductory calculus class, students will learn the basics of differentiation. Topics taught will include the limit definition of the derivative; the power, product, chain, and quotient rules; using derivatives to graph functions; optimization and maximization word problems; and L'Hopital's rule. The class will be taught through an interactive lecture based on active learning, which means that students will be solving problems together as soon as they learn the concepts. Questions...
Students will master the basics of differential calculus.
Master's degree in mathematics (with an emphasis in inclusive education) and currently teach math full-time at a large public university.
Homework will be optional and will be assigned after each class. Homework will take approximately 30 minutes after each class and can be used for mastery of material.
2 hours 15 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Amanda BlaisdellLearn math and science with Amanda
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Hello! My name is Amanda (she/her/hers), and I am so excited to teach you. I've wanted to be a teacher my whole life, and that's what I went to college to become. I graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in mathematics and minors in...