
MATH 1005H[105H] 
Applied Calculus 
Fall 2009 and
Winter 2010 
Approximating a tangent line with a convergent sequence of secants.

An introduction to the methods and applications of calculus. Derivatives,
exponential and logarithmic functions, optimization problems, related rates,
integration, partial derivatives, differential equations. Selected applications
from the natural and social sciences. Not available to students enrolled
in or with credit for MATH 1100[110] . Not for credit towards a major in
Mathematics.

Prerequisite: A Grade 12U or U/C mathematics course or an OAC mathematics
course.
 Meetings: Three hour lecture and one hour workshop weekly.
 Timetables:
 Instructors:


MATH 1050[150] 
A noncalculusbased introduction to probability & statistical
methods
 FallWinter 20092010 
Seven Gaussian distributions of increasing variance. 
Data summary, elementary probability, estimation, hypothesis testing,
comparative methods, analysis of variance, regression, nonparametric methods,
introduction to elementary applications of statistical computing. This course uses highschool mathematics as a foundation and involves the use of computers.Not
credited toward Mathematics major requirements, nor available to students
enrolled in, or with credit for MathematicsStatistics 251H or Mathematics
110.
 Meetings: Three lectures weekly, onehour problems session fortnightly.
 Class Timetables:
 Instructor:

For more information, please see
the Math 1050 homepage.


MATH 1100[110] 
Calculus of one variable
 FallWinter 20092010 
An examination of the concepts and techniques of calculus, with
applications to other areas of mathematics and the physical and social
sciences.

Prerequisite: Grade 12 Advanced Functions or equivalent
with at least 60%; a pass mark on math skills assessment administered by Department of Mathematics; or permission of instructor.

Strongly recommended: Grade 12U Calculus and Vectors.

Excludes: MATH 110 and 1101Y.
 Meetings: Three lectures and one seminar weekly.
 Timetables:
 Instructors:
 For more information, please see the MATH 1100 homepage.

Computing an integral with a convergent sequence of Riemann sums.


MATH 1101[110] 
Functions and calculus of one variable
 FallWinter 20092010 
An examination of the concepts and techniques of calculus, with applications to other areas of mathematics and the physical and social sciences.
Includes same content as MATH 1100Y, with an additional lecture hour per week devoted to development of precalculus skills.

Note: As an entrance requirement
for more advanced science and math courses, MATH 1101 is
equivalent to MATH 1100. This means MATH 1101 can be used as
a prerequisite (or corequisite) for any course which has MATH 1100 as a prerequisite (or corequisite).
Prerequisite:
Grade 12 Advanced Functions or equivalent with at least 60%; completion of math skills assessment administered by Department of Mathematics; or permission of instructor.

Excludes: MATH 110 and 1100Y.
 Meetings: Four lectures and one seminar weekly.
 Timetables:
 Instructors:
 For more information, please see the MATH 1101 homepage.


MATH 1350H[135H] 
Linear Algebra I: Matrix Algebra
 Fall 2009
Not offered 
Vectors, systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
Excludes
Mathematics 130.

Prerequisite: A Grade 12U or U/C mathematics course or OAC
Mathematics credit with at least 60%.
 Meetings: Three hours lecture and one hour workshop weekly.
 Timetables:
 Fall timetable.
 Not offered .
 Instructors:
 For more information, please see the MATH 1350H homepage.

MATH 1550H[155H] 
Introduction to probability
 Winter 2010 
Probability, random variables, probability distributions. Not
available to students with credit for MathematicsStatistics 251H.

Corequisite: MATH 1005H[105H] or MATH 1100[110] taken previously
or concurrently.
 Meetings: Three onehour lectures weekly and onehour
workshop fortnightly.
 Timetables:
 Instructors:
 For more information, please see
the
Fall Math 1550H homepage or
Winter Math 1550H homepage.

