Santa Clara University

Mathematics and Computer Science department
Summer 2013: Undergraduate, College of Arts and Sciences
Subject Mathematics
Course MATH 30
Title Calculus for Business I
Units (min/max) 4.00/4.00
Description Differentiation and its applications to business, including marginal cost and profit, maximization of revenue, profit, utility, and cost minimization. Natural logarithms and exponential functions and their applications, including compound interest and elasticity of demand. Study of the theory of the derivative normally included in MATH 11, except trigonometric functions not included here. Only one of MATH 7, 11, or 30 may be taken for credit. Prerequisite: Calculus Rediness Exam or MATH 9. If MATH 9 is taken, a grade of C- or higher is strongly recommended before taking MATH 30. (Note: MATH 30 is not a suitable prerequisite for MATH 12.)
Course descriptions can also be found in the Undergraduate Bulletin, or on the Mathematics Web site.
Term Class Instructor(s) Meeting Days Meeting Times Location
Summer 2013 89208 Irving,Corey Foster MTR
08:00 AM-10:10 AM

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