Introduction to Calculus

Calculus is one of the first branches of math you’ll learn that really empowers you to do some cool stuff. It is used in design and manufacturing, economics, finance, and of course anything STEM related.  While this course is not intended to be comprehensive, we hope it will introduce you to concepts you’ll see in high school and college so that you’re more well-equipped to handle them.  While it certainly isn’t necessary, it is highly recommended that you have a firm grasp of algebra before participating in this course.  Without it, certain topics and ideas may be difficult to understand.

This course begins by reviewing basic algebraic concepts, such as functions and graphing.  But will put a new spin on them by introducing limits, derivatives, and the precursor to integration.  Active participation is not required for this course, but I can assure you that it does lead to deeper levels of understanding.  I hope to see you in class!

Presenter: Nate June
Days/Times: Tuesdays / Thursdays   September 8 – Oct 1, 1:00 – 1:45 pm Pacific Standard Time

Nathan June

I am a senior at the University of Washington completing my second bachelor’s degree, in physics. I intend to go on to earn a Ph.D. in either astronomy or astrophysics. I have always been very passionate about community education and sharing my knowledge with those that are interested. In my spare time, I enjoy playing with my daughter and dog, playing music, and baking. I’m excited to get to work with all of you!

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