Introduction to HCC Math-212 site for students and anyone who wants to learn calculus.
`sin^2x + cos^2x = 1`
`y = frac (-b +- sqrt(b^2 - 4ac)) (2a)`
`(x + 2)^2 + (y - 3)^2 = 16`
`slope = m = frac (\text(change in y)) (\text(change in x)) = frac (Deltay) (Deltax)`

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Introduction to HCC Math-212

This section of my website will be specific to a course I teach at Harford Community College, Math 212, Calculus with Applications. The textbook used for this course is: Essential Calculus, 2nd Ed, by Wright, Hurd, & New..

My intent is to post the material I present during the course so that my students can have access to it during the course as a reference and learning aid. I will also provide additional comments beyond just the class presentation materials.

I hope this will be a go-to spot for my students as they proceed through the course. The book consists of ten chapters; however, we cover only the first six during the course. Chapter 1 is mainly a review of prerequisite material so I just cover sections 1.6 and 1.8 in Chapter 1 during class. However, all of the material in Chapter 1 is essential for the course.

This semester's first meeting for my section is August 24th. Therefore, I will have as much of the course as I can posted here before then, and will continue to post until the entire course is covered.

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