MATH114QR-01B Quantitative Reasoning (with Staff)
This course covers the basic algebra and technological tools used in the social, physical and life sciences to analyze quantitative information. The emphasis is on real world, open-ended problems that involve reading, writing, calculating, synthesizing, and clearly reporting results. Topics include descriptive statistics, linear, and exponential models. Technology used in the course includes computers (spreadsheets, Internet) and graphing calculators.
Prerequisite(s): Appropriate scores on the Math Placement Test. Degree Students Only.
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