SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Section: MATH 106-150
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 24 (Capacity: 28)
12:00 PM - 1:25 PM
Fulton Campus - F132
Pre-requisite: Math 104 or equivalent. This course completes the study of algebraic and trigonometric skills necessary for the successful study of calculus. Trigonometric functions and identities are applied to analytic geometry. Applications of oblique triangle trigonometry and vectors are emphasized. Systems of equations and inequalities are solved using algebraic, graphical and matrix methods. Theory of equations, including remainder, factor and De Moivre’s theorem are used to study and help in graphing equations. Using standard equations to graph and evaluate ellipses, hyperbola and parabolas is also emphasized. Series and sequences (arithmetic and geometric), as well as the binomial theorem and mathematical induction are introduced. A SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR IS REQUIRED (See Math Flowchart)
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