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## MAT 20043 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS (3)

Offers an intuitive exposure to mathematical concepts useful in a wide variety of disciplines. The course focuses on concepts associated with propositional logic. Prerequisite: Score of 16 on math placement exam non-math track or Score of 7 on math placement exam math track or MAT 10443 Intermediate Algebra.

## MAT 20044 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS (4)

Offers the student an intuitive introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics. Topics covered include data organization, averages and variation, elementary probability theory, binomial and normal probability distributions, Central Limit Theorem, estimation, hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation. Prerequisite: Score of 16 on non-math track initial placement or MAT 10443 Intermediate Algebra.

## MAT 20143 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS (3)

Focuses on basic mathematics skills, business mathematics applications and problem solving strategies. Concepts include properties of real numbers, fundamental operations of rational numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, numerical and graphical descriptions of data, basic probability and logical thinking.

## MAT 21044 CALCULUS I (4)

First in a series of three courses that offers an intuitive approach to the major concepts and techniques of single-variable calculus. Topics include limits, continuity, derivatives of elementary functions and their application, extrema, optimization, elementary integration applications, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and l'Hospital's rule. Prerequisite: Score of 16 on math-track initial placement OR a "C" or better in MAT 11143 Precalculus.

## MAT 21144 CALCULUS II (4)

Second course in a series of three courses that offers an intuitive approach to the major concepts and techniques of single-variable calculus. Topics covered include techniques of integration, integration applications, first-order linear and first-order separable differential equations, sequences, series, convergence tests, power series, and the calculus of parametric and polar equations. Prerequisite: A "C" or better in MAT 21044 Calculus I (or equivalent).

## MAT 22043 LINEAR ALGEBRA (4)

Developmental course on the abstraction of vector spaces and linear transformations. Topics to be covered include vector spaces, linear transformations, systems of linear equations, matrices and their properties, determinants, quadratic forms, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, the Gram-Schmidt process, and the Jordan canonical form. Prerequisite: A "C" or better in MAT 21044 Calculus I (or equivalent).

## MAT 26043 COLLEGE GEOMETRY (3)

Introduces the student of mathematics to formal proof using geometric properties. The course explores problem solving strategies using geometry, formal synthetic Euclidean geometry, and informal non-Euclidian geometrics. Prerequisite: A "C" or better in MAT 21044 Calculus I (or equivalent).