MATH 135 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning

Surveys applications of various fields of mathematics to everyday life. Topics to be covered include calculation, measurement, and number sense; recognition and interpretation of growth patterns; mathematics in financial decisions; elementary statistics and probability and their uses in decision-making; and other applications. Students cannot receive credit for MATH 135 if they have received credit for MATH 133 or MATH 134.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in MATH 005# or by placement

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