Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 63
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
and the circle, the typical curves, and the transformation of coordinates.
Text: Smith and Gale.
155.-College Algebra. This course will deal with the fundamentals
of college algebra. Text: Fite.
215.-College Algebra. Course 155 is pre-requisite to this
course. Text: Fite.
235.-Plane Surveying. This course will be largely field
work, land surveying, determination of grade lines, cuts and fills.
Map-drawing and calculation of areas will be stressed. Prerequisite,
315.-Calculus. This course will consider the derivation
formulae, evolution or indeterminate forms, maxima and minima
of the differential calculus. Text: Townsend and Goodenough.
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: Townsend and Goodenough.
335.-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,
Mathematics 165. Text: Smith and Gale.
345.-Analytical Geometry. This course is a continuation of
Mathematics 335. Solid analytic geometry will be stressed in
this course. Text: Smith and Gale.
355.-Teachers' Course. This is a course dealing with the
problems and methods of teaching mathematics in the elementary
and secondary schools. Students who major in Mathematics
will be required to take this course.
VIII. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL SCIENCE.
113.-General Zoology. A study of general biological principles
and of some of the simplest organisms. Library assignments.
Not credited unless courses 123 and 133 are finished.
Two hours recitation and four hours laboratory. Text: Hegner's
123.-General Zoology. A general consideration of the invertebrate
forms, structure, functions, variations, development,
reproduction, life history, life problems and general principles
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