Introduction To Finite Mathematics – mth212 (3 credits)
This course is an introduction to the mathematics available for the study of social and behavioral sciences, and for application in business. Emphasis is placed on the comprehension of problem-solving techniques for the real world. Specific applications in statistics, accounting, finance, and economics are demonstrated and discussed.
Logic, Probability, and Statistics
- Apply counting principles to solve problems.
- Solve problems involving discrete probability.
- Solve probability problems.
Summarize and present data using graphs, measures of central tendency, and measures of dispersion.
Make decisions by computing the expected value of random variables.
- Graph linear equations in two variables.
- Solve function problems.
- Solve exponential function problems.
- Solve logarithmic function problems.
- Use mathematical modeling and linear regression to make predictions.
- Solve linear equations and inequalities.
The Mathematics of Finance
- Solve simple interest problems.
- Solve compound interest problems.
- Solve problems involving future and present value of annuities.
Systems of Linear Equations and Matrices
- Solve systems of linear equations.
- Perform operations on matrices.
Apply matrices in a real world scenario.
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