MATH 1015: Basic Mathematics and Applications

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Course: MATH 1015
Title: Basic Mathematics and Applications
Department: MATH - Mathematics
Credits: 3
Description: V Prereq.: MATH 0092 or placement by department. This course does not serve as a prerequisite for calculus. Credit will not be given for both this course and MATH 1021, 1022, or 1023. Offered by correspondence only. Basic mathematical skills of graphing, formulas for geometric measurement, systems of linear equations and inequalities, review of quadratic equations, logarithms and application to exponential growth and decay, triangle trigonometry and its application to geometry and measurements.
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