Get Assistant With Liberty MATH 131 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I Entire Course
Course Description
Functions and graphs, exponential, logarithmic, inverse trigonometric, limits, the derivative, techniques of differentiation, continuity, applications of differentiation, L’Hopital’s Rule, and the integral.
For information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.
Rationale
This course, along with MATH 132, provides a standard introduction to the study of calculus. It presents the theory and applications of elementary calculus necessary for further study of mathematics.
Measurable Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

 Find limits of elementary functions.
 Demonstrate knowledge of the continuity of functions by solving problems in written form using proper mathematical notation and terminology.
 Carry out the differentiation of elementary functions.
 Sketch and discuss the graphs of elementary functions.
 Demonstrate knowledge of the application of differentiation by solving problems in written form using proper mathematical notation and terminology.
 Carry out integration of elementary functions.
 Demonstrate knowledge of the application of integration by solving problems in written form using proper mathematical notation and terminology.
Course Assignment
Textbook Readings and Presentations
Course Requirements Checklist
After reading the Course Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview at liberty university.
Prerequisite Project Assignment
During Module 1: Week 1, you will complete the Prerequisite Project Assignment. This project consists of a combination of prerequisite math problems and questions involving course information. Your grade for this project will be determined by completing the problems and submitting the assignment correctly, you do not need to get every prerequisite math question correct to get a perfect score on the project.
(TSQR: 13)
Homework Assignments (8)
Homework will be assigned through WebAssign, and the student will have multiple attempts at each problem. Even though homework problems are given online, the student is encouraged to work out solutions on paper using correct mathematical notation before entering data into WebAssign.
(MLO: AG, TSQR: 13)
Quizzes (4)
Using the online WebAssign software, you will complete 4 module quizzes. Each module quiz will be based on the readings, watch videos, and the corresponding homework of the assigned module. Module quizzes and tests occur on separate weeks, so you will have at most one module quiz or one test each week. Module quizzes are timed assignments, and must each be completed within 45 minutes.
(MLO: AG, TSQR: 13)
Quiz: Tests (3)
Each test will be timed, handwritten, and openbook/opennotes and will cover the Learn material for the assigned modules. The time limit for each test is 120 minutes (2 hours). On all written work, the student is expected to write correct mathematics to avoid point deductions.
(MLO: AE, TSQR: 13)
Quiz: Overview of Calculus I Test
The Quiz: Overview of Calculus I Test will be timed, handwritten, and openbook/opennotes and will cover all of the material from the course. The time limit for the exam is 180 minutes (3 hours). On all written work, the student is expected to write correct mathematics to avoid point deductions.
(MLO: AG, TSQR: 13)