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EBook Description: These are the first of two lecture notes used for Math130 - Mathematics IE course at the Department of Mathematics, Macquarie University. Mathematics IE is the standard entry-level mathematics unit for students who have not had the benefit of a detailed introduction to the calculus that is equivalent to a reasonably high level of the NSW HSC Mathematics course. This unit then serves as a prerequisite for further study in mathematics. Taken by itself, it provides the basic mathematical knowledge required by students in other disciplines.

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