MAT-1130 - Mathematics Ideas

The course covers a broad range of topics in both historical and modern mathematics. An emphasis is placed on the applications of these topics with calculator/computer technology incorporated. The topics include: sets and logic, probability and statistics, base 10 and other bases, financial mathematics, and voting methods. The objective of the course is to provide an overview of mathematics and its applications in such a way that students gain an appreciation of its current value and past contributions. MAT 1130 is a terminal course and is not intended to prepare students for calculus, science, engineering, technology, or business courses. Prerequisite: Math placement score or C or higher in MAT 0071 or MAT 0092 or MAT 0104 or concurrent enrollment in MAT 0113C. 3 credits.
Academic Level
Undergraduate Level
Subject
Mathematics
Department
Mathematics
Credits
3
Corequisites
None
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