Course Description

Catapult from MATH 1101.

Offered as a preparatory course intended to be taken before MATH 1101, this 3-credit hour course discusses the concepts of analyzing and describing real-world data using statistics, mathematical models, and other quantitative tools. Also available as a catapult course for students enrolled in MATH 1101.

If you received a score below 12 on the Mathematics Placement Exam or a score below 60 on the ALEKS Exam, then you may be advised to enroll into this course.

Course Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Develop and understand transferable math modeling skills necessary for success in MATH 1101 and beyond
  • Use graphing calculators to solve, graph and analyze functions
  • Understand functions and be able to use and interpret function notation
  • Create and use linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions to solve real world problems
  • Analyze and interpret real world data by choosing the appropriate functional model

Course Syllabi

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