Oct 19, 2018  
2017-2018 
    
2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MATH 145 - Reasoning with Functions

Credits: 3
This is a college algebra course that focuses on the use of functions and mathematical models for understanding real-world data such as the growth of the world population, the melting of the polar ice, and the spread of disease in a community.  It seeks to provide students with the mathematical knowledge and analytical thinking skills that will help them to deal with real-world data in fields such as science, health professions, and business and will empower them fully to participate as citizens in a democratic society.  Topics include functions given by tables, formulas, graphs, and words; inverse functions; linear, exponential, and other types of functions such as quadratic, trigonometric, logarithmic, or power functions; rates of change and applications to science and business. Additional topics may be selected by the instructor.

Course Attribute: Fulfills the General Education Mathematics reasoning requirement

Grade Mode: Normal (A-F,I,W)
Prerequisite(s): MPE ≥ P2.
Schedule Type: Lecture
Term Offering: Fall, Spring
College Code: CAS


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