Math Analysis is a rigorous 10-unit, 2 semester course designed to provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical concepts and skills required for success in college level Calculus. The course covers topics that are typically found in PreCalculus, Algebra, and Trigonometry courses in California State Universities and Community Colleges, preparing students for the demands of higher-level mathematics.
Throughout the course, students will develop a deep understanding of algebraic and trigonometric functions, and learn to analyze their graphs. They will explore the concepts of limits, derivatives, and integrals, as well as applications of these concepts in real-world scenarios. The course will also include extensive practice with problem-solving and critical thinking, which are essential skills for success in advanced mathematics.
The course will be taught using a variety of instructional methods, including lectures, discussions, group work, and individual assignments. Students will be required to participate actively in class discussions, complete regular homework assignments, and take quizzes and exams to assess their understanding of the material.
By the end of the course, students will have developed a strong foundation in mathematical analysis and problem-solving skills, which will enable them to succeed in college level Calculus and other advanced math courses. They will also be well-prepared to apply their knowledge and skills in a wide range of academic and professional settings.
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Math Analysis is a rigorous course designed to provide students with the necessary mathematical concepts and skills required for success in college-level Calculus, covering topics from Precalculus, Algebra, and Trigonometry.
Students will develop a deep understanding of algebraic and trigonometric functions, analyzing their graphs and exploring concepts such as limits, derivatives, integrals, and their real-world applications.
The course includes extensive practice in problem-solving and critical thinking, essential skills for success in advanced mathematics, and utilizes various instructional methods, fostering active participation through lectures, discussions, group work, and individual assignments.