Course Number and Credits:
MATH 105 (3): Integral Calculus with Applications to Commerce and Social Sciences
This course is intended to give a broad overview of Integral calculus with special focus on application to business and social science and is taken primarily by students majoring in Commerce, Business Administration and social sciences. Topics include: Integration; Techniques and Application of Integration; Multivariable Calculus; Differential Equations, and Probability, and their applications in economics, commerce and business administration.
Class Time and Location:
6:00 - 7:50 pm (Every Monday and Wednesday) Room #: 104V
Prerequisite Courses: Math 104 or equivalent
UBC: MATH 105 (3)
SFU: MATH 158 (3) - Q
UVic: UVIC MATH 101 (1.5)
MATH 101 (3)
Instructor: Dr. Krishna Subedi E-Mail: email@example.com
Office Hours: Every Monday and Wednesday: 12:00- 1:00 pm Tuesday: 1:00- 2:30pm (by appointment only) Course Topics
Techniques and Application of Integration
Probability, and their applications in economics, commerce and business administration
Prerequisite Knowledge Required
All students enrolling in this course are expected to have a sound knowledge of certain mathematical skills and concepts. Some of the topics on which all entering Integral calculus students must have sound knowledge include but are not limited to:
Limits and continuity
Different interpretations of Derivative and Techniques of finding derivatives
Derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions
Relative and absolute extrema;
Higher derivatives and concavity
Sequences & series ( Geometric sequences) and its applications in commerce and social science
Textbook and Instructional Materials
Calculus with Applications 10th (or 9th) edition by Lial, Greenwall, & Ritchey. Published by Pearson ISBN-10: 0321749006 , ISBN-13: 978-0321749000 (This book can be bought in the Alexander College’s book store) .
Recommended Text & Other Materials:
Other study materials such as lecture notes, homework and their solutions etc. are available in the course website at AC online system.
Scientific calculator ( Graphing calculator is not allowed)
Assessment & Grading Scale
Quizzes: ( 6 Quizzes, one lowest Quiz grade will be dropped off)
Midterm Examination : ( 2 midterm exams)
Final Examination :
Nearly Excellent Work
Very Good Work
Mostly Good Work
Above Average Work
Mostly Average Work
Below Average Work
Students are expected to demonstrate integrity, professionalism, commitment to active learning and responsible behavior in and out of the classroom.
Students are expected to participate in all classroom activities. Students are encouraged to raise their hand in class to ask questions or contribute to classroom discussions.
In general, the student is expected to complete 2 hours of homework (including the reading of textbooks, preparation for quizzes and exams, completion of labs, assignments and exercises) for every one hour of classroom activity.
Please bring class notes, paper, pencils, pens, ruler, and scientific calculator to class. In class, learning and problem solving activities will take place and students will be required to submit completed exercises, worksheets, and labs.
Arriving Late and Leaving Early:
Students are expected to arrive on time for their classes. After 10 minutes into the class, the door of the classroom will be closed, and the instructor may disallow students from entering the classroom. Lateness and leaving