Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 67
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
problems of expenditure. Lecture and recitation three hours a
253.-Home Nursing. The aim of this course is to give the
student a comprehensive knowledge of the prevention and care
of communicable diseases in the home. Lessons in first aid will
be given. Lecture and recitation three hours a week.
VII. DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS.
Entrance credits in Trigonometry and in Solid Geometry will
each be counted as three hour credits, provided, (1) the credits
so counted are in excess of those required for unconditional admission,
and (2) an average grade of at least B is made on two
five hour courses in advance of Trig. and Solid Geometry.
115.-Solid Geometry. The solution of original problems and
propositions will be stressed. Text: Wentworth and Smith.
125.-Trigonometry. This course will cover the functions,
formulas, equations, and the solutions of triangles. Text: Wentworth
135.-College Algebra. This course will deal with the fundamentals
of College Algebra. Text: Fite.
215.-Analytical Geometry. This course will take up the
three fundamental problems, the equations of the straight line
and the circle, the typical curves and the transformation of coordinates.
Text: Smith and Gale.
315.-Calculus. This course will consider the derivation
formulae, indeterminate forms, maxima and minima of the differential
calculus. Text: Granville.
325.-Integral Calculus. This will be a study of the methods
and formulae of integration as a summation application of
problems in Physics and Geometry. Text: Granville.
335.-Theory of Determinates. This course will go into a
detailed study of determinates.
345.-Analytical Geometry. This course will be devoted to
the study of typical curves and equations. Conic sections and
higher plane curves will be treated thoroughly. Prerequisite,
Math. 215. Text: Smith and Gale.
355.-Teachers Course. This is a study dealing with the
problems and methods of teaching mathematics in the elementary
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