Hello, I will be taking a summer math class. It is boiling down to either a 6 week statistics class or a 8 week calculus 1 class.
I am finishing up pre-calculus and I feel confident in most areas (besides identities, I definitely need to practice them). Domain and range with trig functions are a little bit confusing as well. However, beyond that, both classes would be monday-thursday everyday and 2 hours and 30 minutes long each.
I was really thinking about just doing stats and reviewing pre-calculus over the summer, but I wanted to hear your guys suggestions.
I still have to take Calc 1,2,3 and differential equations and linear algebra at this junior college before I transfer.
Analytic Geometry/Calculus I: This course is the first in the Calculus sequence. Students will compute limits, identify regions of continuity, and differentiate and integrate algebraic and trigonometric functions. Applications of differentiation and integration to problems of graphing, related rates, optimization, areas, volumes, arc-length, and rectilinear motion are included.
Introduction to Statistics: This course is an introduction to the concepts, ideas and applications of probability and statistics. Math 140 covers descriptive statistics, elementary probability, probability distributions, estimation of population parameters, hypothesis testing, correlation, linear regression and ANOVA. Applications will be taken from the fields of business, economics, social sciences, life sciences, engineering and physical sciences.