Licenses and Attributions
Copyright © 2020 Bruno Belevan, Parham Hamidi, Nisha Malhotra, and Elyse Yeager
This work is licensed under the Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialShareAlike 4.0 International License. You can view a copy of the license at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/byncsa/4.0/.
About
Optimal, Integral, Likely is a free, opensource textbook intended for UBC’s course MATH 105: Integral Calculus with Applications to Commerce and Social Sciences. It is shared under the Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Source
The source files can be found on GitLab: https://gitlab.math.ubc.ca/ecyeager/OIL.
Most content is remixed from CLP1 and CLP2 by Feldman, Rechnitzer, and Yeager. New content includes applications, primarily to economics, written by Belevan, Hamidi, Malhotra, and Yeager. The chapter on probability was prepared by Belevan, Hamidi, Malhotra, and Yeager and incorporates some content from Introductory Statistics by Ilowski and Dean. More detailed information can be found in the text.
Funded by
The development of this text was supported by an OER Implementation Grant, provided through the UBC Open Educational Resources Fund.
Contact
To report a mistake, or to let us know you’re using this book in a course you’re teaching, please email elyse@math.ubc.ca
Future Projects

 Update content for UBC calculus syllabus refresh
 Publish lecture slides
 Generate HTML version using PreTeXt
Errata
The current version was updated 24 April 2021 after fixing all known issues. Mistakes will be listed here as they are found.
Acknowledgement
UBC Point Grey campus sits on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the xwm θkw y ́ m (Musqueam). Musqueam and UBC have an ongoing relationship sharing insight, knowledge, and labour. Those interested in learning more about this relationship might start here.
Matt Coles of the University of British Columbia has been an important member of the project to develop quality open resources for Math 105. Thanks to Andrew Rechnitzer at UBC Mathematics for help converting LaTeX to PreTeXt.
