MAT 112 General Mathematics - II (3)
Prerequisite: MAT 111 or Placement Test
This is a University Core course in mathematics for non-science majors, that is a continued study of beginning algebra, statistics and applications. The topics include solving linear, quadratic equations, systems of equations, graphing functions, probability, elementary statistics, areas and volumes of simple plane figures and solids and applications, and consumer mathematics.
This is a University Core Course in Mathematics taken by Freshmen. Students in this course are expected to have successfully completed or placed out of MAT 111 . The students in this course are introduced to topics on set theory and logic, probability, statistics, and applications. The students are trained in critical thinking and problem solving skills to be applied to real world situations. This course is the third of a three-sequence study in college mathematics.
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