### MATH/STAT Course Descriptions & Information Sheets

Below you will find the descriptions, prerequisites, and links to the Information Sheets for the MATH and STAT courses offered at CSN.

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**MATH/STAT Courses:**

A course intended to review arithmetic and to preview elementary algebra.

**Prerequisite**: NONE

A course in the fundamental operations of real numbers, solving linear equations in one variable, polynomials, quadratic equations in one variable, and introduction to graphing. Intended to provide a basic foundation for future mathematics needed in fields of business, economics, engineering and related fields. Strong background in fractions and positive and negative numbers is highly recommended.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 093 or MATH 116, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Topics include rational expressions and equations, linear equations and inequalities, radicals, quadratic equations, graphs, and applications.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 095, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Emphasizing applications, topics include arithmetic, prealgebra, graphing, geometry, finance, probability and statistics. **NOTE**: Course is only applicable for AAS and AGS degrees, and is not transferable for credit.

**Prerequisite**: None

Concepts that will allow student to become proficient in the mathematics used in technical fields are the focal point of this course. Topics include manipulations of whole numbers, integers, fractions and decimals; measurement systems; an introduction to simple geometric figures; algebraic expressions; linear and quadratic equations; and fundamentals of trigonometry.

**Prerequisite**: None

Topics include probability, statistics, geometry, and consumer mathematics. It may include problem solving, sets, logic, mathematical systems, numeration, and measurement. Course is broad in scope, emphasizing applications.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 095, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Mathematics needed by those teaching the new-content curriculum at the elementary school level, emphasizing number concepts. **NOTE**: This course DOES NOT satisfy the general education core requirements.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 096, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Mathematics needed by those teaching the new-content curriculum at the elementary school level, emphasizing concepts in statistics, geometry, and probability.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 122, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Practical applications are the focal point of this course. Topics include equations and inequalities; linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions and their graphs; solutions of systems of linear equations; matrices; and sequences and series. **NOTE:** This course does NOT serve as a prerequisite for MATH 127 nor is it sufficiently rigorous for entry into calculus.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 096, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

A rigorous discussion of algebra concepts necessary for calculus is the focal point of this course. Topics include an in-depth investigation of algebraic functions and their graphs and solutions of systems of equations. **NOTE:** This course serves as a prerequisite course for MATH 127 and is essential for students planning to take calculus.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 096, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Topics include an in-depth investigation of trigonometric functions and their graphs, analytic trigonometry, solutions of triangles, vectors, and analytic geometry. **NOTE:** This course is essential for students planning to take calculus.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 126, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Topics include symbolic logic, set theory, and probability theory applied to the analysis of business and social science problems.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 124 or MATH 126, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Differentiation and integration of algebraic and transcendental functions with applications.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in both MATH 126 and MATH 127, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Topics include further applications and techniques of integration with applications, polynomial approximations, sequences, and series.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 181, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Topics include fundamental principles of logic and proof methods, elements of set theory, equivalence relations and partitions, counting techniques, mathematical induction, cardinality, power set, Cartesian product, inclusion-exclusion principle, pigeonhole principle, binomial theorem, probability and expectation.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 127, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

**Suggested Corequisite**: MATH 181

Introduction to linear algebra, including matrices, determinants, vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvectors and eigenvalues.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 182, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Topics include vectors, differentiation and integration of vector valued functions, multivariable calculus, partial

derivatives, multiple integrals, and applications.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 182, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Theory and techniques for constant and variable coefficient ordinary linear differential equations. Also included are a number of non-linear types of ordinary differential equations. Emphasis will be on those differential equations arising from modeling real world phenomena.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 182, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent

Topics include fundamental principles of logic and proof methods, elements of set theory, equivalence relations and partitions, counting techniques, mathematical induction, cardinality, power set, Cartesian product, inclusion-exclusion principle, pigeonhole principle, binomial theorem, probability and expectation.

**Prerequisite**: C or Better in MATH 124 or MATH 126, a Satisfactory ACT/SAT/Placement Test Score, or the Equivalent