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MGF2106 Survey in Mathematics

This course is designed to motivate students and to illustrate the relevance of mathematics in everyday life. The objective of this course is not to focus on algebraic manipulation, but rather on the understanding and interpretation of real world applications. Topics include a review of the basic operations of real numbers, sets, linear functions, systems of linear equations, linear programming, introduction to probability and statistics, interest and annuities, and geometry. (Prerequisite: Appropriate placement scores, successful completion of college prep course or qualified developmental exemption or passed MAT 0028/0028L with grade "B" or better or permission of chairperson.) This course will help satisfy the graduation requirements of the Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree.

Credits

3

Enrollment Requirements

Prerequisites: MAT0022 or MAT0028C or MAT0056L

Offered

Fall, Spring, Summer

Notes

Lab Fee: 57.00