MATH227 Calculus III (3 semester hours)

This is the third course of a three part Calculus sequence. It is designed to extend the concepts learned in Calculus II to sequences and series (convergence tests, Taylor and MacLaurin Series, Power Series) , differential equations (separable, homogeneous, growth and decay), parametric and polar equations (including slope and area), and vector Calculus (dot product, cross product, equations of lines and planes, vector functions, derivatives, velocity and acceleration). (Prerequisite: MATH226)

Catalog Addenda

/undergraduate/about-apus/addenda/

...and quasi-Poisson models are discussed. (Prerequisites: MATH227, MATH328, DATS301) DATS465 Risk Modeling and Assessment...