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CALCULUS (1)

Based on the concept of limit, we discuss both differential calculus and integral calculus. These will be used as tools to discuss the local and global behavior of real-valued functions.

Course Goal
A. Develop knowledge and experience in the application of resources engineering principles for the exploitation of earth's resources
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Competence]
  • Ability of using the basic science (mathematics, science, engineering) knowledge
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    Courses of Recent Years
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    Credit Taught in English
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    Instructor
    0109/1 E415611 [MATH1021]CALCULUS (1) 3.0 N ,Lin, Ching-Lung,Hong, Ying-Ji,Kuo, Hung-Wen
    0108/1 E415611 [MATH1021]CALCULUS (1) 3.0 N Lee, Kuo-Ming,Shen, Shih-Yu,Chen, Roger,Huang, Shih-Chang
    0107/1 E415611 [MATH1021]CALCULUS (1) 3.0 N Chiang, Meng-Jung,,Kuo, Hung-Wen,Hsiao, Jen-Chieh
    0106/1 E415611 [MATH1021]CALCULUS (1) 3.0 N Shih, Hsi-Wei,Hou, Suchung,Xia, Eugene Zhu,Yang, Shih-Wei
    0105/1 E415611 [MATH1021]CALCULUS (1) 3.0 N Shih, Hsi-Wei,Chiang, Meng-Jung,Yang, Shih-Wei,Liu, Chih-Chung
    0104/1 E415611 [MATH1021]CALCULUS (1) 3.0 N Chiang, Meng-Jung,Lee, Kuo-Ming,Shen, Shih-Yu,Lin, Yu-Chu
    0103/1 E415611 [MATH1021]CALCULUS (1) 3.0 N Lin, Yu-Chu,Cheong, Wan-Keng,Huang, Po-Yi,Yang, Shih-Wei
    0102/1 E415611 [MATH1021]CALCULUS (1) 3.0 N Hou, Suchung