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coursera.org Statement of Accomplishment WITH DISTINCTION MAY 03, 2013 TENRI ASHARI WANAHARI HAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY'S ONLINE OFFERING OF Calculus One This undergraduate course is a one semester introduction to the differential and integral calculus, covering the definition, techniques, and applications of limits, derivatives, and integrals. JIM FOWLER, PH.D. DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY PLEASE NOTE: THE ONLINE OFFERING OF THIS CLASS DOES NOT REFLECT THE ENTIRE CURRICULUM OFFERED TO STUDENTS ENROLLED AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY. THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT AFFIRM THAT THIS STUDENT WAS ENROLLED AS A STUDENT AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY IN ANY WAY. IT DOES NOT CONFER AN OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY GRADE; IT DOES NOT CONFER OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY CREDIT; IT DOES NOT CONFER AN OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY DEGREE; AND IT DOES NOT VERIFY THE IDENTITY OF THE STUDENT.

Coursera Certificate: Calculus One

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This course is a first and friendly introduction to calculus, suitable for someone who has never seen the subject before, or for someone who has seen some calculus but wants to review the concepts and practice applying those concepts to solve problems, emphasizing engaging examples from everyday life. Calculus is about the very large, the very small, and how things change. The surprise is that something seemingly so abstract ends up explaining the real world. Calculus plays a starring role in the biological, physical, and social sciences. (15 weeks long) Go to this link to enroll the course for free: https://www.coursera.org/course/calc1 Happy learning!!

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coursera.org

Statement of AccomplishmentWITH DISTINCTION

MAY 03, 2013

TENRI ASHARI WANAHARIHAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY'S ONLINE OFFERING OF

Calculus One

This undergraduate course is a one semester introduction to the

differential and integral calculus, covering the definition,

techniques, and applications of limits, derivatives, and integrals.

JIM FOWLER, PH.D.

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

PLEASE NOTE: THE ONLINE OFFERING OF THIS CLASS DOES NOT REFLECT THE ENTIRE CURRICULUM OFFERED TO STUDENTS ENROLLED ATTHE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY. THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT AFFIRM THAT THIS STUDENT WAS ENROLLED AS A STUDENT AT THE OHIO STATEUNIVERSITY IN ANY WAY. IT DOES NOT CONFER AN OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY GRADE; IT DOES NOT CONFER OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY CREDIT;IT DOES NOT CONFER AN OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY DEGREE; AND IT DOES NOT VERIFY THE IDENTITY OF THE STUDENT.