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Description of Mathematics

MAT 102
 
A SURVEY OF
MATHEMATICAL IDEAS
4.00 Units
 

This course provides a study of inductive reasoning, probability, statistics, the
mathematics of finance, exponential growth and decay, and an introduction to
trigonometric functions . Emphasis will be on overcoming fear of mathematics
and seeing its use in the real world.
PREREQUISITE: MAT 154A or MAT 154AA with a grade of “C” or better or
equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment.
TRANSFERS: CSU, UNR, UC

1 M,W 0400PM-0550PM Room: A211
  Instructor: Shen, H 9/21/09 - 12/07/09

 

MAT 103A COLLEGE ALGEBRA (PART I) 4.00 Units

 The course provides an in-depth coverage of functions: polynomial and
rational functions , their graphs and finding solutions , and zeros of polynomial
functions. Special emphasis will be placed on applications problems and the
use of calculators
.
PREREQUISITE: MAT 154A or MAT 154AA with a grade of “C” or
better or equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated through the math
assessment.
COREQUISITE: MAT 153 or equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated
through the math assessment process. Prior completion of MAT 153 with a
grade of “C” or better also satisfies this corequisite.
TRANSFERS: CSU, UNR, UC(Unit Limit)

1 M,W  0400PM-0550PM Room: E106
  Instructor: Lund, R 9/21/09 - 12/07/09
2 T,Th  0600PM-0750PM Room: E106
  Instructor: Lincoln, C 9/22/09 - 12/08/09

 

MAT 105
 
CALCULUS AND ANALYTICAL
GEOMETRY
5.00 Units
 

This course deals with elements of analytical geometry, limit theory, continuity
of the derivative and its applications, the antiderivative, the definite integral,
the fundamental theorem of calculus, properties of the integral , and area.
PREREQUISITE: MAT 103B with a grade of “C” or better or equivalent or
appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment process.
MAT 104 with a grade of “C” or better or equivalent or appropriate skills
demonstrated through the math assessment process.
TRANSFERS: CSU, UNR, UC(Course Limit)

1 M,W,F 0915AM-1055AM Room: E106
  Instructor: Green, L 9/21/09 - 12/09/09

 

MAT 152A BASIC ALGEBRA (PART I) 4.00 Units

This course is designed as an introduction to algebra. Topics covered
include the four basic operations with positive and negative numbers and
with polynomials, solving and graphing linear equations, an introduction to
functions and sets, and properties of integral exponents.
PREREQUISITE: MAT 187B with a grade of “C” or better or equivalent or
appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment process.

1* T,Th 1000AM-1150AM Room: D121
  Instructor: Richardson, S 9/22/09 - 12/08/09
2 M,W 1100AM-1250PM Room: A213
  Instructor: Littell, C 9/21/09 - 12/07/09
3 T,Th 0400PM-0550PM Room: A211
  Instructor: Shen, H 9/22/09 - 12/08/09
4 M,W 0330PM-0520PM Room: A213
  Instructor: Morrow, A 9/21/09 - 12/07/09

 *NOTE: Section 1 is a computer-mediated course. Students will be using a
computer to assist with the learning process. Familiarity with the Internet and
with the use of web browsers is highly recommended. Students are expected
to attend class two hours per week with the remaining two hours completed
online. As with any 4-unit math class, students are expected to spend an
additional 8 hours per week working on homework and other study.

MAT 152AA
 
BASIC ALGEBRA
(PART I): EXPANDED
5.00 Units
 

This course contains the same content as MAT 152A, but is designed
for students who need extra time to master the material. Topics covered
include the four basic operations with positive and negative numbers and
with polynomials
, solving and graphing linear equations , an introduction to
functions and sets, and properties of integral exponents.
PREREQUISITE: MAT 187B with a grade of “C” or better or equivalent, or
appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment process.

1  M,W,F 1100AM-1240PM Room: A206
  Instructor: Shen, H 9/21/09 - 12/07/09
2 T,Th 0600PM-0825PM Room: A206
  Instructor: Ellis, J 9/22/09 - 12/08/09

 

MAT 183
 
SUPPLEMENT FOR MAT152A
(BASIC ALGEBRA PART I)
1.00 Units
 

This course can be taken in conjunction with any section of MAT 152A
or MAT 152AA. The course allows for one additional hour each week of
instructional time and is specifically designed for students who desire
additional assistance with beginning Algebra (Part I).
COREQUISTE: Co-enrollment in MAT 152A or MAT 152AA.

1 M,W 0525PM-0555PM Room: A213
  Instructor: Morrow, A 9/21/09 - 12/07/09

 

MAT 152B BASIC ALGEBRA (PART II) 4.00 Units

This course is a continuation of MAT 152A. Topics covered will include
factoring , solving equations with rational and radical expressions , systems of
linear equations , and solving quadratic equations.
PREREQUISITE: MAT 152A or MAT 152AA with a grade of “C” or better or
equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment
process.

1* T,Th 1030AM-1220PM Room: D121
  Instructor: Richardson, S 9/22/09 - 12/08/09
2 T,Th 0800AM-0950AM Room: A211
  Instructor: Armbrust, B 9/22/09 - 12/10/09
3 T,Th 0100PM-0250PM Room: A211
  Instructor: Armbrust, B 9/22/09 - 12/10/09
4 M,W 0130PM-0320PM Room: E106
  Instructor: Richardson, S 9/21/09 - 12/07/09
5 M,W 0400PM-0550PM Room: A206
  Instructor: Richardson, S 9/21/09 - 12/07/09

*NOTE: Section 1 is a computer-mediated course. Students will be using a
computer to assist with the learning process. Familiarity with the Internet and
with the use of web browsers is highly recommended. Students are expected
to attend class two hours per week with the remaining two hours completed
online. As with any 4-unit math class, students are expected to spend an
additional 8 hours per week working on homework and other study.

MAT 184
 
SUPPLEMENT FOR MATH 152B
(BASIC ALGEBRA PART II)
1.00 Units
 

This course is taken in conjunction with any section of MAT 152B or MAT
152BB. This course allows for one additional hour each week of instructional
time and is specifically designed for students who are nervous about math
and/or find math difficult to master and for students who need additional
instruction in study skills.
COREQUISITE: Students must take concurrently with a section of MAT 152B
or MAT152BB.

1 T,Th 0955AM-1025AM Room: A211
  Instructor: Armbrust, B 10/06/09 - 12/10/09

 

MAT 153 EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY 4.00 Units

This is a formal course in geometry covering the basics of lines, planes,
angles, triangles, congruence, the Pythagorean Theorem, similarity, and
special right angles.
COREQUISITE: MAT 152 or MAT 152BB or equivalent or appropriate skills
demonstrated through the math assessment process. Prior completion of
MAT 152B or MAT152BB with a grade of “C” or better also satisfies this
corequisite.

1 T,Th 0800AM-0950AM Room: E106
  Instructor: Guinn, J 9/22/09 - 12/10/09

 

MAT 191AQ - Math Review

will be offered December 11-18, on M,T,W,Th, at
3:00-6:50 p.m. Register for this class during winter
registration. For more information, contact Jane Ellis at
(530) 541-4660 extension 247.

 

MAT 154A INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 4.00 Units

This course is a continuation of MAT 152B or MAT 152BB and is an
introduction to the definition of a function and its inverse, solving quadratic
equations and systems of equations , exponential and logarithmic functions,
sequences and series, and conic sections.
PREREQUISITE: MAT 152B or MAT 152BB with a grade of “C” or better or
equivalent or appropriate skills demonstrated through the math assessment.

1* T,Th 1100AM-1250PM Room: D121
  Instructor: Richardson, S 9/22/09 - 12/08/09
2 T,Th 1030AM-1220PM Room: E106
  Instructor: McDonough, C 9/22/09 - 12/08/09
3 M,W 0800AM-0950AM Room: A211
  Instructor: Armbrust, B 9/21/09 - 12/07/09
4 T,Th 0600PM-0750PM Room: A250
  Instructor: Andolina, J 9/22/09 - 12/08/09

*NOTE: Section 1 is a computer-mediated course. Students will be using a
computer to assist with the learning process. Familiarity with the Internet and
with the use of web browsers is highly recommended. Students are expected
to attend class two hours per week with the remaining two hours completed
online. As with any 4-unit math class, students are expected to spend an
additional 8 hours per week working on homework and other study.

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