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## MATH 201 Calculus I

*Prerequisite: MATH 120 or Level III placement on Basic Math Skills Inventory. * Relationships, functions, rates of change, derivatives of functions of one variable, applications of derivatives, the definite integral, antiderivatives, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Emphasis is on: problem solving, collaborative work, computer exploration, writing.

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Computation/Quantitative Literacy### Offered

Both Semesters## MATH 202 Calculus II

*Prerequisite: MATH 201 or permission of the instructor. *
Initial value problems; techniques of integration; uses of integrals and representations of functions; distribution and density functions; Taylor polynomials and infinite series. Emphasis is on problem-solving, collaborative work, computer exploration, writing.

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Both Semesters## MATH 207 Discrete Math

*Prerequisite: MATH 120 or Level III placement on the Basic Math Skills Inventory or permission of the instructor*. An introduction to basic concepts and techniques of discrete mathematics. Topics include logic, sets, positional numeration systems, mathematical induction, elementary combinatorics, algorithms, matrices, recursion and the basic concepts of graphs and trees. The relationship to the computer will be stressed throughout.

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Both Semesters## MATH 213 Statistical Concepts and Methods

*Prerequisite: MATH 120 or Level III placement on the Basic Math Skills Inventory. *An introduction to the practice of statistics, its applications, and its mathematical underpinnings. Focus is on data, activities, technology, conceptual understanding. This course is intended for mathematics and science majors.

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Computation/Quantitative Literacy### Offered

Spring Semester## MATH 253 Multivariable Calculus

*Prerequisites: MATH 202 or permission of instructor. *Calculus in several variables: multivariable functions, partial/directional derivatives, the gradient, multiple integrals, different coordinate systems, parametric equations, vector-valued functions, velocity, curvature, vector fields, line integrals, Green’s Theorem. Emphasis is on problem solving, collaborative work, computer exploration, writing.