2018-2019 Catalog

MATH 1000 PROBLEM SOLVING

A course in quantitative reasoning that examines modern topics for their applicability and accessibility.  Provides students with mathematical and logical skills needed to formulate, analyze, and interpret quantitative arguments in a variety of settings.  Topics include financial mathematics, elementary logic and set theory, introduction to probability, basic statistics, unit conversion, applications of algebra as well as other topics of interest.

Credits

3

Notes

MATH 1000 is neither a prerequisite nor suitable preparation for MATH 1400 (College Algebra). The course is designed for students not planning to enroll in MATH 1400, MATH 1405, or a calculus course.

Prerequisite

MATH 0920 (C or better), or TECH 1000 (B or better), or MATH 0720 (B or better) and MATH 0760 (B or better), or ALEKS score of 30-45, or ACT Math score of 21 or higher, or by AMP 1

Corequisite

Students with ALEKS score of 20-29 may take MATH 0921 concurrently and not have to take MATH 0920