MATH& 107–Math in Society
Cr: 5 Wkly hrs: 5 hours Lecture
NS - Set Theory and Logic as tools for Critical thinking. Mathematical Models (Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential) as tools for solving real-world problems. Combinatorics and probability as tools for “sophisticated counting”. Basic descriptive statistics as an introduction to statistical thinking. Consumer
Mathematics (loans, annuities, etc.) as a life skill.
Prerequisite: Math 099 within the last 6 years with a grade of 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test score.
Rev.: June 15, 2012 Karen Osborn