# MATH-UA 121 Calculus I

4 points. Fall, Spring and Summer terms.

## Course Description

Derivatives, antiderivatives, and integrals of functions of one real variable. Trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions. Applications, including graphing, maximizing and minimizing functions. Areas and volumes.

## Prerequisites

To register for this course, students must satisfy at least one (1) of the following prerequisites:

- Completion of MATH-UA 009 Algebra, Trigonometry and Functions with a grade of C or higher
- A grade of "Pass/Fail" or an "Incomplete" do
**NOT**satisfy the prerequisite

- A grade of "Pass/Fail" or an "Incomplete" do
- SAT score of 670 or higher on mathematics portion
^{1} - ACT/ACTE Math score of 30 or higher
^{1} - Valid AP Score:
- AP Precalculus score of 4 or higher
- AP Calculus AB score of 3 or higher
- AP Calculus BC score of 3 or higher

- A Level Maths score of C or higher
- Students who took A Level Further Maths should contact the Math Department

- AS Level Maths score of B or higher
- IB Mathematics exam result from
**2021 - 2027**- IB Analysis and Approaches HL score of 5 or higher
- IB Applications and Interpretations HL score of 5 or higher
- IB Analysis and Approaches SL score of 7

- IB Mathematics exam result from
**2014 - 2020**- IB Mathematics HL score of 5 or higher
- IB Mathematics SL score of 6 or higher
- IB Mathematical Studies SL score of 7

- Passing Calculus/MFE I placement exam

^{1 }ACT and SAT scores must be submitted to NYU and posted in your academic records in order to satisfy the prerequisite. We do not accept screenshots of ACT or SAT scores.

## Anti-requisites

- Math for Economics sequence
^{2}- MATH-UA 131 Math for Economics I
- MATH-UA 132 Math for Economics II
- MATH-UA 133 Math for Economics III

^{2} Students **cannot** mix-and-match, combine, or double-count between the Calculus and Math for Economics sequences. Switching back and forth between the Calculus and Math for Economics sequences is not permitted. Students may count only the Calculus sequence or only the Math for Economics sequence towards their degree requirements. The Math Department encourages students and advisors to contact us first if there are any questions regarding which sequence a student should register for.