Dec 06, 2021  
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MATH 1030 - Contemporary Mathematics

4 Credit(s)

An exploration of contemporary mathematical applications with a focus on developing quantitative reasoning skills. Students will represent and analyze multiple concrete real-world problems using quantitative tools. Topics include voting theory, graph theory, financial mathematics, statistics, and probability. Additional topics from geometry and modeling may also be discussed. Appropriate for non-science majors, the course is designed to foster an appreciation of mathematics and involves limited algebraic manipulation. (Fall, Spring, Summer) [Graded]

Prerequisite(s): MATH 1010  or MATH 0990  or MATH 0970  or adequate test score within the last two (2) years - Prerequisite Min. Grade: C (MATH 1010), B- (MATH 0970/0990)
Prerequisite Test: ACT Math Subscore or Accuplacer Elementary Algebra - Prerequisite Test Score: 21 or 085
Registration Restriction(s): None

General Education Course: Core

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