MATH-110: Reasoning and Problem Solving

Subject
Credits 3
Academic Level
Undergraduate

The mathematical reasoning involved in problem solving is explored through various mathematical concepts: coordinate geometry; functions and function notation; properties and applications of linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic fuctions; elementary couting principles, basic probability; and descriptive statistics. Topics from systems of linear equations in included as time permits. Scientific calculators are required in this course; graphing calculators are permitted, but not required. A student receiving credit for MATH 110 cannot receive credit for MATH 115. Prerequisite: Mathematics ACT subscore of 21 or higher, OR SAT score of 530 or higher, OR a grade of C- or better in MATH 105. Fall/Spring.