Difference between revisions of "Math 102: Quantitative Reasoning"
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Practicing and applying quantitative reasoning: personal finance, consumer statistics, etc.
For students who do not need developmental algebra for subsequent courses.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Minimal learning outcomes
1. Students should be able to solve problems using dimensional analysis.
2. Students should be able to identify abuses of percentages in real life applications.
3.Students should be able to calculate interest, payments, and earnings on mortgages, lines of credit, annuities, and other interest bearing investments and debts.
4. Students should be able to analyze statistical studies and judge their validity.
5. Students should be able to calculate probabilities associated with normally distributed data, and identify data that is likely to be normally distributed.
6. Students should be able to calculate probabilities of simple events and properly combine probabilities of independent events.
Possible textbooks for this course include (but are not limited to):
- Bennett and Brigs: Using and Understanding Mathematics