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MATH 100
Intermediate Algebra



Numbers and their arithmetic properties, introduction to elementary algebra including exponents and radicals, elementary geometry and formulas, linear and quadratic functions and their graphs, and equations with two unknowns. Given on credit, nocredit basis. Does not fulfill Arts and Sciences mathematics requirement. Does not count toward graduation.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 105
The Language Of Mathematics



Reading comprehension and writing skills in the language of Mathematics; grammar, syntax and logic, understanding, expressing, proving; recognizing and employing common patterns of mathematical thought; emphasizing not what is said, but how it is said. Particularly useful to students returning to school after a long hiatus, the mathanxious, students with weak skills, and those interested in elementary or middle school teaching. Prerequisite: Three units of high school mathematics

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 110
College Algebra



Review of elementary algebra, solution of equations, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, inequalities, systems of linear equations, equations of second degree and their graphs, binomial theorem, complex numbers, and polynomials. Credit will not be given for both MATH 110 and MATH 120. Prerequisite: Three units of high school mathematics (Algebra I and higher) or MATH 100.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 116
Mathematics For Liberal Arts



A survey of elementary mathematics covering such topics as: logic, sets, counting methods, introduction to probability theory, introductory statistics, plane and coordinate geometry. The course will emphasize mathematical concepts and does not require the level of computational skill of College Algebra. Topics from the history of mathematics will be presented as well as the influence of mathematics on a variety of disciplines. Prerequisite: Three units of high school mathematics (Algebra I and higher).

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 120
Precalculus



Review of elementary algebra, solution of equations, functions, inequalities, systems of linear equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, triangles, equations of second degree and their graphs, binomial theorem, complex numbers, and polynomials. Credit will not be given for both Math 120 and Math 110 or for both MATH 120 and MATH 125. Prerequisites: Three units of high school mathematics (Algebra I or higher) or MATH 100.

Credits: 5 hours

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MATH 125
Trigonometry



Trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, triangles, and complex numbers. Credit will not be given for both MATH 125 and MATH 120. Prerequisite: Two units of high school algebra and one unit of geometry, or MATH 110.

Credits: 2 hours

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MATH 130
Mathematics For Teachers: Number Systems



Designed for elementary school teachers. A constructive development of the real number system beginning with the system of whole numbers; concepts from elementary number theory; applications of quantitative systems to problems in discrete mathematics. Prerequisite: High school algebra and geometry.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 140
Mathematics For Teachers: Elementary Geometry



Designed for elementary school teachers. A development from informal geometric concepts to elements of the Euclidean deductive system; groups of congruence transformations, similarity transformations and symmetries; coordinate systems and vectors. Prerequisite: High school algebra and geometry.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 202
Analytic Geometry



Coordinate plane, lines, circles, the parabola, the ellipse, the hyperbola, transformation of coordinates, equations of the second degree, curve sketching, polar coordinates and parametric equations, complex numbers, vectors and vector operations, and solid analytic geometry. Prerequisites: 4 units of high school math, or MATH 110 and credit for or concurrent enrollment in MATH 125.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 204
Mathematics For Teachers: Mathematical Immersion



Adaptable for elementary,middle,or secondaryschool mathematics teachers. Intensive problem solving experience. Develop confidence and enthusiasm about recognizing mathematics reasoning in oneself and in students. Combat mathematics anxiety and myths. Encourage flexibility in the mathematical knowledge of teacher candidates. Prerequisites: MATH 120, MATH 130, MATH 140, or any mathematics course numbered 200 or above.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 205
Discrete Mathematics



Logic, sets, and functions. Algorithms, especially integer algorithms. Methods of proof, especially induction and recursion, counting principles, and discrete probability. Relations and partial ordering with applications. Graphs, circuits, and paths. Prerequisite: 4 units of high school math, or MATH 110.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 206
Brief Calculus And Matrix Algebra



Brief review of selected topics in algebra. Introduction to matrix algebra. Introduction to differential calculus and optimization. Applications to problems in business. Credit will not be given for both MATH 160 and MATH 206 Prerequisite: MATH 110, or equivalent.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 210
Calculus I



Functions and graphs, rational, trigonometric, exponential functions, composite and inverse functions, limits and continuity, differentiation and its applications, integration and its applications. Prerequisite: Four units of high school mathematics including trigonometry, or MATH 120, or MATH 110 and MATH 125, or MATH 202.

Credits: 4 hours

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MATH 214
Mathematics For Teachers: Algebra



Designed for middle school mathematics teachers. Algebraic reasoning, patterns and inductive reasoning, arithmetic and algebra of integers, algebraic systems, algebraic modeling in geometry, axiomatic mathematics. Prerequisites: MATH 110, MATH 130, and one of MATH 140 or MATH 224.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 216
Biomath I: Calculus and Modeling



Introductory calculus designed for students in the biological sciences or mathematic majors interested in the application of mathematics to these sciences. Biomath I provides the mathematical content of a Calculus I course in a biological context. Topics include functions, limits and continuity, trigonometric functions, exponential functions, composite and inverse functions, limits and continuity, differentiation and its applications, integration and its applications, mathematical modeling, and discrete dynamical systems. Credit will not be given for both Math 216 and Math 210. Prerequisites: Four units of high school mathematics including trigonometry, or Math 120, or Math 110 and math 125, or Math 202.

Credits: 4 hours

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MATH 220
Calculus II



Techniques of integration, applications of the definite integral, improper integrals, sequences and series, power series. Taylor series and convergence, analytic geometry in calculus. Prerequisite: MATH 210 or MATH 216

Credits: 4 hours

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MATH 224
Mathematics For Teachers: Geometry



Designed for middle school mathematics teachers to connect middle school and college mathematics. Geometric reasoning, Euclidean geometry, congruence, area and volume, similarity, rigid motions and symmetry, vectors and transformations, some other geometries. Prerequisites: MATH 110 and MATH 130; MATH 140 is recommended.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 226
Biomath II: Statistics and Modeling



Calculusbased statistics and modeling designed for students in the biological sciences or mathematics majors interested in the application of mathematics to these sciences. Topics include introductory ordinary differential equations, continuous dynamical systems, stochastic modeling, elementary probability, random variables, binomial distributions, Poisson distributions, normal distributions, point estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, ANOVA, and regression. Credit will not be given for both Math 226 and Stat 235 or Stat 236. Prerequisites: Math 210 or Math 216.

Credits: 3 hours

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MATH 244
Mathematics For Teachers: Calculus



Designed for elementaryand middleschool mathematics teachers. Elementary calculus, beginning with sequences and series, proceeding to functions, limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. Focus on concepts and applications with a discovery and inquiry approach. Prerequisites: Four units of high school mathematics including Trigonometry, or MATH 120, or MATH 110 and MATH 125.

Credits: 4 hours

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MATH 250
Calculus III



Vectors, solid analytic geometry, vector functions and multiple variable functions, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, line and surface integrals with applications. Prerequisite: MATH 220.

Credits: 4 hours

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