Mathematics 265
Introduction to Calculus I (OP)

 

Mathematics 265
Introduction to Calculus I (OP)

Introduction

Welcome to Mathematics 265: Introduction to Calculus I, the first of two three-credit courses in introductory-level university calculus.

There are no prerequisites for Mathematics 265; however, students are expected to have completed Mathematics 30, or an equivalent matriculation-level high-school mathematics course.

This Student Manual is designed to supply you with essential information about the course design, the course materials, and the procedures you should follow to complete the course successfully. It also contains the tutor-marked assignments you must complete to obtain credit in Mathematics 265, and the solutions to the problems posed in the “Learning from Mistakes” sections of each unit of the Study Guide. Before you begin your studies, please read this manual through carefully. If you have any questions about the course itself, or how to proceed with your studies, please contact your tutor or the course professor.

Note: These course materials have been designed for students who are taking the individualized-study version of this course. Students who are in a grouped-study environment should follow the course outline, study schedule, and learning activities provided by their instructor.

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