Oct 22, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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MAT 106 - Algebra with Business Applications

3 Cr. Hrs.
MAT 105  MAT 105  The purpose of this course is to review the basic algebra skills needed by students majoring in business and to introduce new material which will provide the algebra background required for understanding more advanced mathematical concepts that business majors will encounter in future courses. Topics include sets; real numbers; operations; order; inequalities; polynomial factoring; functions; models; graphs; exponents; logarithms; exponential equations; variation; first and second degree equations; systems of equations; introduction to matrices; and probability. Applications will be selected from business and economics.
Prerequisite(s): Score of 450+ on Pre-March 2016 Math SAT, 490+ on new Math SAT, or 16+ on Math ACT. Students not meeting these prerequisites must enroll in MAT 120  - Mathematics Foundations Lab - when they register for MAT 106 or pass a placement test set by the department.
A student cannot receive academic credit for both MAT 105  and MAT 106. A student with a “C” or better in a math course numbered 140 or higher may not subsequently receive credit for a math course numbered less than 140, unless, due to the student’s major or change of major, the course is a math requirement.



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