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# Description of Mathematics

MAT 090 Basic Mathematics Skills |
3 credits |

This course is designed for students with little or no
background

in mathematics. Major topics include the following: whole

numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, proportions, basic

statistics (finding mean and reading graphs, charts and tables)

and an introduction to algebra. Technology tools are utilized in

this course. All students are required to participate in a unified

comprehensive final exam to be administered during final exam

week and achieve a “C” or better on this exam (or appropriate

placement on the placement exam) in order to move on to the

next level of math courses. F/S/SU

MAT 090 S6
W 7:00-9:50
PM 301QSB
TBA |

MAT 095 Beginning Algebra |
3 credits |

This course covers all basic operations of real numbers,
linear and

literal equations, graphing lines (using tables, x and y-intercepts),

the arithmetic of polynomial expressions including properties of

exponents, solving and graphing linear inequalities, perimeters

and areas of basic figures, scientific notation and intrasystem

metric conversions. Technology tools are utilized in this course. All

students are required to participate in a unified comprehensive

final exam to be administered during final exam week and achieve

a “C” or better on this exam (or appropriate placement on the

placement exam) in order to move on to the next level of math

courses.

**MAT 095 Prerequisite:** MAT 090 with a “C” or better on the MAT

090 departmental final exam or placement by the Computerized

Placement Test. F/S/SU

MAT 095 S1
MW
12:00-1:15 PM 301QSB
TBA |

MAT 099 Intermediate Algebra |
3 credits |

This course covers major topics in the study of algebra.
Students

learn to factor polynomials (common factor, grouping, difference

of squares and trinomials), perform arithmetic operations on

rational expressions and complex fractions, and solve rational,

quadratic (by factoring and formula) and literal equations.

The course also covers applications including the use of the

Pythagorean theorem, understanding the definition of radical

expressions, simplifying radical expressions containing numerical

and variable radicands, graphing linear equations using slope-intercept

concepts, and solving 2x2 systems of linear equations

by graphing and elimination. Technology tools are utilized in

this course. All students are required to participate in a unified

comprehensive final exam to be administered during final exam

week and achieve a “C” or better on this exam (or appropriate

placement on the placement exam) in order to move on to the

next level of math courses.

**Prerequisite:** MAT 095 with a “C” or better on the MAT 095

departmental final exam or placement by the Computerized

Placement Test. F/S/SU

MAT 099 S1
TR
10:30-11:45 AM 302QSB
TBA |

MAT 100 College Algebra |
3 credits |

This course continues the areas of study presented in
Intermediate

Algebra with more advanced treatment. Students perform

arithmetic operations on rational expressions; solve equations with

fractions; factor expressions; simplify complex fractions; simplify

exponential expressions, roots, radicals, and rational exponents;

solve linear systems using several techniques; use the midpoint

and distance formulas; recognize and graph the equation of a

circle; solve linear and absolute value inequalities; solve quadratic

equations by completing the square and by using the quadratic

formula; solve equations containing radicals or absolute values;

and perform arithmetic operations on radical expressions and

complex numbers.

**Prerequisite:** “C” or better on the MAT 099 departmental final

exam, or Placement by the Computerized Placement Test. F/S/SU

MAT 100 S6
W 7:00-9:50
PM 305QSB
TBA |

MAT 111 Mathematics for Educators I |
3 credits |

This course focuses on the critical Mathematical concepts
necessary

for students who are pursuing an Early Childhood Education

and/or GS Elementary Education degree. Students construct

and apply problem solving techniques to solve problems, apply

arithmetical operations on integers, rational numbers and decimals,

and develop an understanding of mathematical relationships

using equations, draw conclusions based upon geometric pattern

and interpret data. Students construct geometric patterns and

graphical data into algebraic equations; construct a geometric

or graphical model given an algebraic equation. Students use

measurement instruments, units, and procedures for problems

involving length, area, angles, volume, mass, and temperature.

**Prerequisite:** MAT 099 with a “C” or better on the MAT 099

department final exam or placement by the Computerized

Placement Test. Restricted to General Studies- Elementary

Education Transfer Option and ECE Program students. F/S/SU

MAT 111 S1
S 12:30-3:20
PM 305QSB
TBA |

MAT 122 Statistics |
3 credits |

MAT 122 Statistics 3 credits

This course covers the essentials of statistics. Students learn

descriptive and inferential statistics; charts (histograms, frequency

polygons, ogives, and pie charts); measures of central tendency

(mean, median, mode, and weighted mean); and measures of

dispersion (range, variance, and standard deviation). Additional

areas of study include discrete and continuous random variables;

basic probability theory; the binomial distribution and its

application in binomial experiments; standard and non-standard

normal distributions; the Central Limit Theorem; confidence

intervals for means, proportions, and variances; linear correlation

and regression; and the one sample hypotheses test for mean

(large and small sample), proportions, and variances.

**Prerequisite:** MAT 099 with a “C” or better on the MAT 099

department final exam or placement by the Computerized

Placement Test. F/S/SU

MAT 122 S6
W 4:00-6:50
PM 305QSB
TBA |