MAT1014

Survey of Mathematics

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The course presents a basic introduction to number theory.  Topics include algebra, geometry, topology, probability, and statistics.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, THE STUDENT WILL BE COMPETENT IN:

  • Applying the concepts of similar and congruent figures.
  • Solving linear equations and inequalities.
  • Simplifying rational expressions.
  • Identifying modular problem applications.
  • Determining angle measure and type.
  • Utilizing metric units.
  • Calculating perimeter and area.
  • Computing the volume of various solids.
  • Graphing on a coordinate system.
  • Constructing a map using ordered pairs.
  • Distinguishing between permutations and combinations.
  • Deriving the probability of an event.
  • Illustrating various types of graphical displays.
  • Comparing measures of central tendency.
  • Interpreting measures of dispersion.
  • Analyzing data using the standard normal distribution.
  • Expressing analytical thinking, orally and in writing, and applying that knowledge to other disciplines and to real-world situations.

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