This applications-driven course prepares students to critically analyze and solve problems using quantitative reasoning. Students will learn the importance of mathematics and its value to society. Applications to real-world situations are emphasized throughout the course including economics, finance, and statistics.
Review all topics and objectives from Weeks One through Four.
Recognize bias in sampling methods.
Analyze data distribution using bell curves.
Interpret measures of central tendency.
Calculate measures of central tendency.
Use inductive and deductive reasoning in decision making.
Evaluate quantitative and qualitative data to make decisions.
Numerical Reasoning: Applications
Apply relevant formulas to personal finances.
Interpret indexes and ratings.
Analyze data using logarithms.
Analyze data using linear and exponential functions.
Numerical Reasoning: Organizing Data
Interpret graphs of functions.
Determine relationships between bivariate data.
Interpret information depicted in charts and graphs.
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