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MATH 090: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
This course covers topics from basic algebra, solutions of first degree equations and inequalities, graphing of polynomial functions, polynomial functions, polynomial algebra, solutions to linear systems of equations, exponential and logarithmic expressions. Credits may not be us...
Professors: SMITH, V; STAFF
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MATH 100: GE:NUMBRS,SETS&STRUCT
This course presents mathematics as a deductive science which starts with empirical observations but goes beyond the level of simple, unrelated facts. Search for patterns and, when discovered, justification of them is the essence of this course. Similarities and differences betwe...
Professors: BUNBURY, A; STAFF; WYLER, A
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MATH 101: GE:EXCURSIONS IN MATH
This introductory course deals with selected topics in contemporary mathematics applied to the social and natural sciences. Topics include voting and weighted systems, fair division, apportionment, game theory, Euler circuits, the Traveling Salesman Problem, minimum networks, sch...
Professors: GALPERIN, E; KEITER, J
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MATH 101: GE: Excursions in Mathematics
This introductory course deals with selected topics in contemporary mathematics applied to the social and natural sciences. Topics include voting and weighted systems, fair division, apportionment, game theory, Euler circuits, the Traveling Salesman Problem, minimum networks, sch...
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MATH 105: MATH PROB SOLVE PREK-8
This course is designed to give elementary education majors experiences in being independent solvers of mathematical problems while giving them the mathematical foundation for early mathematics. Concepts in elementary education including sets, whole, integer, rational, real, and ...
Professors: LEPAGE, D; SMITH, V; STAFF
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MATH 110: GE:GENERAL STATISTICS
This course deals with the collection and presentation of data, frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, elementary probability, randomness, expectations, significance testing on large and small samples, correlation, regression, introduction to analys...
Professors: SKIRTA, E; STAFF; WYLER, A; (more)
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MATH 110: GE: General Statistics
This course deals with the collection and presentation of data, frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, elementary probability, randomness, expectations, significance testing on large and small samples, correlation, regression, introduction to analys...
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MATH 130: GE:APP ALGEBRAIC METH
This course introduces students to mathematical modeling using linear, exponential, and power functions and systems of equations. Algebraic and geometric techniques are developed. Applications to the life, social, and management sciences include linear programming and difference ...
Professors: GALPERIN, E; SKIRTA, E; SMITH, V; (more)
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MATH 135: GE:PRE-CALCULUS
This course is designed to prepare students for calculus. Topics include equations, inequalities, functions and their graphs, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. Prerequisites: College preparatory mathematics including Algebra 2 and Geomet...
Professors: SHI, NN
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MATH 140: GE:CALCULUS I
Together with Calculus 2 and Multivariate Calculus, the basic concepts and applications of elementary analysis are covered. Calculus 1 topics include functions, continuity, the derivative and its applications, and an introduction to the definite integral. Prerequisites: MATH 135 ...
Professors: CARDUCCI, O; SHI, NN; ZARACH, AM
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