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Ben Sultenfuss

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Business Calc
Posted: Dec 8, 1994 8:54 AM
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You might be interested in "Calculus Concepts: An Informal Approach For
Students in Business, Economics and the Liberal Arts" by Cindy Harris,
Iris Fetta, Don LaTorre, John Kenelly, Laurel Carpenter from Clemson Univ.
I attended a workshop they presented at the 7th ICTCM if Florida last month.

Ben
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Have any of you involved in calculus reform adapted reform material
specifically for a course in Business Calculus. I am aware that at many
schools, business majors take at least one semester of the regular calculus
sequence. However, a number of school have a separate course for business
majors. Such a course usually drops trigonometric functions and focuses on
business applications (though in the minds of many of you these are not
realistic applications.) I am interested in any reform work that is being
done specifically for this latter type course. I would be grateful to learn
about the type of program and on what materials it is based.

Thanks.

Joe Cieply
adjunct, Elmhurst College
Elmhurst, Illinois
joec@elmhcx9.elmhurst.edu




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