CalculusThis course is designed for the very serious math student who is willing to make a commitment in work and time to this Calculus class. Calculus is introduced as a new level of mathematics. Topics covered include exponential functions, logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, applications of derivatives, definite integrals, differential equations, mathematical modeling, applications of definite integrals, L’Hopital’s Rule, improper integrals, and infinite series. The students will need to supply their own graphing calculator (TI-84+CE preferred).
This course will review many advanced topics such as: logarithms, arithmetic series, geometric series, conic sections, roots of higher order, polynomial equations, function, and curve sketching. The students will need to supply their own graphing calculator (TI-84+CE preferred).
In this
course, students will study properties of plane and solid figures. Emphasis
will be upon obtaining information about geometric figures, developing logical
thinking by means of proof, thinking in three-dimensional terms and developing
an appreciation of the applications of geometry in the modern world. | Mathematics(620)-456-2963Room #: 202regehr@usd356.orgThis will be my 4th year teaching in the Conway Springs district. I graduated from Bethel College with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematical Sciences and hold a Master's degree from Emporia State in Curriculum and Instruction. Along with my teaching duties, I help with girls' tennis, girls' basketball, and track. |

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### Justin Regehr

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