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Course Equivalents for MATH 1221 at North Hennepin Community College in
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AnokaRamsey Community College
MATH 1400  Calculus I  5 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

(MnTC Goal 4)
Prerequisite: MATH 1201 or MATH 1210 with a grade of C or better or appropriate score on math placement test
Transfer course intended for bachelor programs in technology, engineering, mathematics, or science, including natural, physical, and social sciences. Topics include limits, derivatives (including trigonometric functions), continuity, applications of derivatives to related rates, optimization and graphing, simple differential equations, Riemann Sums, basic integration techniques, definite integral, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Students will become proficient with appropriate technology.
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Century College
MATH 1081  Single Variable Calculus I (Partially Online)  5 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

This is the first course in the twosemester sequence of Single Variable Calculus. Topics include functions of a single variable, limits and continuity, differentiation of algebraic and transcendental functions, the chain rule, antidifferentiation, Riemann sums, indefinite and definite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, with associated applications in each area. A graphing calculator is required. Instruction will be provided in the use of the TI84 calculator. This course is intended for students majoring in chemistry, engineering, physics, science, mathematics, mathematics education, and computer science.
Prerequisite(s): Course placement into MATH 1081 or above or completion of MATH 1062 with a grade of C or higher.
Recommendation: Eligible for collegelevel Reading and English.
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Inver Hills Community College
MATH 1133  Calculus I  5 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)
Critical Thinking (02) 
Provides an introduction to single variable calculus and prepares students for Calculus II (MATH 1134). The topics include limits, derivatives (including trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions), continuity, applications of derivatives to related rates and optimization, graphing using information from the first and second derivatives, separable differential equations, Riemann Sums, basic integration techniques (including substitution), definite integrals, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Trapezoidal and Simpson's Rule. Students will become proficient with a computer algebra system. Use of technology will be embedded throughout the course. Recommendation based on the Inver Hills Assessment Test results or grade of "C" or higher in MATH 1127 or MATH 1119 within the last 2 years.
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Metropolitan State University
MATH 210  Calculus I  4 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

Since its beginnings, calculus has demonstrated itself to be one of humankind's greatest intellectual achievements. This versatile subject has proven useful in solving problems ranging from physics and astronomy to biology and social science. Through a conceptual and theoretical framework this course covers topics in differential calculus including limits, derivatives, derivatives of transcendental functions, applications of differentiation, L'Hopital's rule, implicit differentiation, and related rates.
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Minneapolis Community and Technical College
MATH 1180  Calculus 1  5 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

This is part of a sequence designed for students intending to major in Mathematics, Physics, Engineering or other mathematicsdependent fields. Topics include the differential and integral calculus of singlevariable real functions. Limit, continuity, derivatives, integrals and applications are covered. This course is also appropriate for liberal arts students seeking General Education credits.
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Minnesota State University, Mankato
MATH 121  Calculus I  4 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

Limits, continuity, the derivative and applications, transcendental functions, LHopital's Rule, and development of the Riemann integral.
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Normandale Community College
MATH 1510  Calculus 1  5 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

Topics include functions, limits, derivatives, and an introduction to integration. Applications include  but are not limited to  science, engineering, economics, and ecology.
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Rochester Community and Technical College
MATH 1127  Calculus I  5 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

This first calculus course in the sequence include the following topics: limits; continuity; differentiability; applications of differentiation including related rates; optimization; linear approximation and Newton's Method; function sketching; integration with applications including area, volumes of rotation, and work; introduction to the calculus of inverse functions including exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions. (Prerequisites: MATH 1117, READ 0900. An appropriate placement score is equivalent to the prerequisite).
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Saint Paul College
MATH 2749  Calculus 1  4 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

This course is a beginning calculus course, which introduces the concepts of limits, derivative, differentiation and integration of functions with emphasis on applications. Topics include introduction to the derivatives and limits, tangent to a curve, properties of limits, derivative of a real function, the power rule and the algebra of derivatives, the chain rules, the mean value theorem, applications of differentiation including maxmin problems and related rate problems, antiderivatives and the definite integral. Graphing calculators are used to further the student's understanding of essential concepts. (Prerequisite(s): MATH 1750 Trigonometry or MATH 1762 PreCalculus (or MATH 1760) with a grade of "C" or better, or appropriate assessment score) (MnTC: Goal 4) 4C/4/0/0
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St. Cloud State University
MATH 221  Calculus I  4 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

Limits, continuity, differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration. Prereq.: 115, or 112 and 113, or high school advanced algebra and trigonometry with a satisfactory math placement score. 4 Cr. F, S, SUM. Goal 4.
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Winona State University
MATH 212  Calculus I  4 credits
Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (04)

Differential and integral calculus of functions of a single variable. Two semesters in sequence. Prerequisite: qualifying score on the mathematics placement exam or MATH 120. Offered every semester. Meets GOAL 4.
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