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MTH-010 Fundamentals of Arithmetic I  
Official Course Outline  (Microsoft Word file; Open Office is a free Word alternative)
4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Reviews operations on whole numbers, elementary fraction concepts, operations on decimals and measurement.
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MTH-020 Fundamentals of Arithmetic II  
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4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Topics include factors and multiples, operations on fractions, percents, ratios and proportions, powers and square roots, and introduction to graphs and signed numbers.
Prerequisite: MTH-010.
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MTH-050 Technical Mathematics I  
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3 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Topics include problem-solving, estimating, metric measurement, simple geometry, ratios and proportions, scientific notation, accuracy and precision of measurements and an introduction to algebra.
Prerequisite: MTH-020.
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MTH-054 Math for Health Care Professionals
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3 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring
Topics include problem solving, ratios and proportions, accuracy and precision of metric, apothecary and household systems of measurement and calculating medication doses.
Prerequisite: MTH-020.
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MTH-060 Algebra I   
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4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Algebra fundamentals for review or for the beginner. Topics include operations in integers, first degree equations and inequalities, operations on algebraic expressions, factoring techniques, and an introduction to rational expressions.
Prerequisite: MTH-020.
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MTH-065 Algebra II  
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4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Review of factoring techniques; operations and equations involving rational expressions, introduction to radicals, solving quadratic equations and an introduction to graphing techniques.
Prerequisite: MTH-060.
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MTH-080 Technical Mathematics II  
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3 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Topics include introduction to statistics, graphing data, linear equations, linear systems of equation, trigonometry, and applications of geometry.
Prerequisite: MTH-050.
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MTH-085 Technical Mathematics III  
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3 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Topics include power equations, root equations, nonlinear equations, quadratic equations, functions, trigonometric functions, and applications of solid geometry.
Prerequisite: MTH-080.
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MTH-092 Mathematics for Computer Technicians  
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4 credits, Fall
A survey of topics relevant to computer technicians that includes: number systems, logic, truth tables, Boolean algebra, base 2 and base 16 representation and circuit reduction. The course will emphasize problem solving techniques, and will involve the use of appropriate computer software.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: CS-120, MTH-065 & WR-011.
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MTH-095 Algebra III
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4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Uses a graphing utility to study topics that include linear equations and inequalities; absolute value equations and inequalities; quadratic equations and inequalities; relations and functions including graphing linear equations and inequalities in two variables; absolute value functions, and quadratic equations in two variables; exponents and radicals; an introduction to circles and their graphs.
Prerequisite: MTH-065.
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MTH-105 Introduction to Contemporary Math  
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4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring
Transfer mathematics course for nonscience majors. Includes the study of sets, problem solving, counting techniques, probability, introduction to statistics and fractals.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-095.
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MTH-111 College Algebra  
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4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
A transfer course designed for students preparing for trigonometry or statistics. Topics include relations and functions, theory of equations, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, an introduction to matrices, and matrix solutions to linear systems, sequences and series.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-095.
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MTH-112 Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus  
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4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Trigonometry developed using the unit circle. Topics include trigonometric functions and their inverses, graphs of trigonometric functions, equations and identities, applications, an introduction to vectors, polar graphs, complex numbers, and conic sections.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-111.
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MTH-211 Fundamentals of Elementary Math I  
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3 credits, Fall
Problem solving, logic, set theory, and whole numbers.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-095.
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MTH-212 Fundamentals of Elementary Math II  
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3 credits, Winter
Integers, rational numbers, real numbers, probability and statistics.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-211.
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MTH-213 Fundamentals of Elementary Math III   
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3 credits, Spring
Geometry, measurement, computer software applications.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-212.
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MTH-243 Probability & Statistics  
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4 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Descriptive statistics, elementary probability, random variables, and inferences on the mean.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-111.
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MTH-244 Statistics  
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4 credits, Winter/Spring/Summer
Hypothesis tests and confidence intervals for one and two populations, statistical quality control, linear regression, test for association, and analysis of variance. A student project is required.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-243.
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MTH-251 Calculus I  
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5 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Topics of differentiation with an introduction to integration.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-112.
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MTH-252 Calculus II  
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5 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring
Applications of the derivative and topics of integration.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-251.
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MTH-253 Calculus III  
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5 credits, Winter/Spring
Additional topics in the calculus, including seqeuences and series.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-252.
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MTH-254 Vector Calculus  
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5 credits, Fall/Spring
The study of vectors and analytic geometry in three-space, the calculus of vector-valued functions, and the calculus of several variables.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-252.
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MTH-256 Differential Equations  
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4 credits, Fall
Introduction to the basic concepts, theory, methods, and applications of ordinary differential equations. Numerical solutions and Laplace transforms will be presented.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-252.
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MTH-261 Linear Algebra  
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4 credits, Winter
Systems of equations, vectors, matrices, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and applications of these topics.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-252.
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MTH-280 Mathematics/CWE
2-6 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
Cooperative work experience. Practical experience in teaching, tutoring or applying mathematics while supervised by a teacher or mathematician.
Required: Instructor's consent & a CWE seminar.
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MTH-299 Bridge to University Mathematics
3 credits, Spring
Introduction to topics from 300-400 level mathematics: the algebraic structure of symmetries, survey of algebraically-structured real and nonreal number sets, sets, proofs, and mathematics as a collaborative research endeavor.
Recommended: RD-115 & WR-121 placement.
Prerequisite: MTH-112 or instructor's consent.
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