This course is the first of a two semester sequence in statistics. It covers mainly descriptive techniques such as data collection, organization techniques, measures of center, spread, and position. Other topics covered include: probability, probability distributions, normal and binomial distributions, correlation and regression. Requires a "C" or better in 1003 or 1004 or 1024 or an appropriate placement score.
This is a 3 credit, one-semester course which provides an introduction to and understanding of the basic concepts of statistics. Actual computation will be minimal; computers will be used whenever calculations are necessary. Emphasis will be placed on the meaning of statistical results. Content will include sampling, experiments, measurement, organizing data, and statistical indices. Optional topics include probability, time trends, survey design and basic inference concepts.
Designed for the student intending to continue his/her education in mathematics, science or engineering. The course will include a review of functions, an introduction to the concept of limits, and a study of the derivatives and integrals of algebraic and transcendental functions and their applications. A graphing calculator is required. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 1063 and MATH 1084.
A survey of differential calculus and its application to business, including management, finance and economics. Major topics include limits, derivatives, exponential and logarithmic functions and limits, and multi-variable functions. Applications include marginals, maxima/minima, growth and decay, linear models. Credit for MATH 1083 will not be allowed if student has received credit for MATH 1063.
This course includes a review of functions, an introduction to the concept of limits and a study of the techniques of differentiation and integration of algebraic functions with applications to the various technologies. A graphing calculator is required. Credit for MATH 1063 Technical Calculus I will not be given if student receives credit for MATH 1084 Calculus I.
This course is designed primarily for the student who needs a foundation in algebra and trigonometry for the study of calculus. The concept of function and graphical representation of functions is stressed. Topics covered include: real numbers; algebra of real numbers including equations and inequalities; functions and their graphs including polynomial, rational expressions, logarithmic and exponential, trigonometric; algebra of the trigonometric functions including identities, equations, polar coordinates, complex numbers, systems of equations.
This course includes topics such as polynomials, radicals, exponents, coordinate geometry, rational expressions and equations, and solutions to linear and quadratic equations. Students are introduced to the concept of functions and their graphs. Additional topics may include conic sections, matrices, variation, and nonlinear inequalities. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving. A graphing calculator is required. Students cannot receive credit for MATH 1033 if they have credit for MATH 1054.