Math& 107 ~ Math in Society  
 
 
 

Course Description
A terminal course in mathematics for non-math or non-science majors. The course fulfills the quantitative reasoning requirement for the AAUCT degree and for transfer. Topics may include logic, probability, statistics, geometry, modeling, linear algebra, finance, trigonometry, problem solving, and the history of mathematics.

Prerequisite
Math 098 with a grade of C or higher, or equivalent math placement score.

Mode of Delivery (Modes)
Lecture, DE, hybrid.

Offered
Fall, Winter, Spring

Required for:
Satisfies the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) two-year degree.


Course Content

Topics may include:

  1. Statistics: descriptive statistics; statistical reasoning
  2. Probability
  3. Geometry
  4. Metrics: algebra; linear systems; Markov chains, linear programming; simple game theory
  5. Graph Theory: problems; the modeling process; graphs and diagraphs; matrices and graph theory
  6. Boolean Algebra: logic; digital circuits; sets
  7. Functional Models: linear models; quadratic models; exponential models; limits
  8. Games and Decision
  9. Art
  10. History
  11. Finance
  12. Trigonometry