 Course Code :
MTH 101
 Level :
Undergraduate
 Course Hours :
3.00
Hours
 Department :
Faculty of Economics & Political Science
Instructor information :
Area of Study :
This course introduces students to the basic mathematical tools. It deals with real numbers, their properties, inequalities and absolute values. It also explains functions and graphs (composition of functions, domain of a function, inverse functions, elementary functions, rational functions as well as exponentials and logarithms). The course includes limits and continuity rules, rules of differentiation and chain rule. Moreover, it provides students with fundamental theorem of calculus.
Course Goals:
• Improve Mathematical reasoning and skills.
• Provide students with fundamental Algebraic and computational concepts and properties of Real Numbers and Functions.
• Understand the concept of Limits and Continuity of Functions.
• Recognize the relevance of the mathematics to other fields of studies.
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This course introduces students to the basic mathematical tools. It deals with real numbers, their properties, inequalities and absolute values. It also explains functions and graphs (composition of functions, domain of a function, inverse functions, elementary functions, rational functions as well as exponentials and logarithms). The course includes limits and continuity rules, rules of differentiation and chain rule. Moreover, it provides students with fundamental theorem of calculus.
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Books:
Book

Author

Publisher

Introductory Mathematical Analysis For Business, Economics And The Life And Social Sciences

Richard J. Wood, Richard

Pearson

Course notes :
Instructor’s handouts
Recommended books :
Ernest F. Haussler (et. al.), Introductory Mathematical Analysis for Business, Economics and the Life and Social Sciences. Prentice Hall, 2007.
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