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Discuss two possible injuries of the pectoral girdle that may occur following a strong

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Problem 34

Discuss two possible injuries of the pectoral girdle that may occur following a strong blow to the shoulder or a hard fall onto an outstretched hand.

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MATH 210 (Calculus I) – Section 0005 Syllabus Instructor Information Department: Mathematics and Statistics Name: LIANA SEGA Contact Information: segal@umkc.edu (email preferred); 816-235-6254 Class Meeting Time/Place: MTWTh 11:00am -11:50am/ Bloch room 2 Semester Offered: FALL 2016 Office Hours/office location: M: 12:00pm-12:45pm,Tu: 9:00am-9:45am, W:2:00-3:00pm,Th: 9:00am-9:45am. and also by appointment /Manheim Hall 307B Course Information Subject/Curricular Designation: Mathematics Catalog Number: MATH 210-0005 Course Title: Calculus I Course Description from the UMKC catalog: Functions and graphs, rational, trigonometric, exponential functions, composite and inverse functions, limits and continuity, differentiation and its applications, integration and its applications. Credit Hours: 4 Prerequisites: Four units of high school mathematics, including trigonometry, or Math 120 (Precalculus), or Math 110 (College Algebra) and Math 125 (Trigonometry). Course component(format): lecture Course Instructional Mode: P (classroom based) This course satisfies the UMKC General Education Core requirements as a Focus B (Scientific reasoning and quantitative analysis) course. Required Materials: Textbook –Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 2nd edition, by Briggs, Cochran and Gillett (Publisher: Pearson) AND MyMathLab access code. New textbooks are available for purchase from the UMKC bookstore and are packaged with a MyMathLab access code. Alternately, students can purchase the MyMathLab acces

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