160.101 Calculus (15 credits)

IMPORTANT NOTE:There have been changes to this course for 2020. For 2019 enrolments please check the individual offering description below to confirm details for:

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A course focusing on the fundamental techniques and applications of calculus including differentiation and integration of functions of one real variable, differential equations, numerical methods, and an introduction to power series with applications to mathematical models. 160.101, alongside 160.102, forms a foundation for further study in mathematics. It is essential for students intending to study Mathematics, Physics, Food Technology or Engineering, or for anyone who wants a strong mathematical component to their degree.

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  • Students must have achieved at least 16 externally assessed NCEA Level 3 credits in Mathematics, normally including two of (AS91577 algebra, AS91578 differentiation, or AS91579 integration), or passed 160.103, 160.105, 160.131 or 160.132 or equivalent.

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Year Semester Mode Location
2019 * Semester Two full semester Distance
2019 * Semester Two full semester Internal Manawatu Campus
2020 Semester Two full semester Distance
2020 Semester Two full semester Internal Manawatu Campus
2020 Semester Two full semester Internal Auckland Campus

* Due to recent changes you should carefully check this offering to confirm details before you enrol.

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