MTH 121 - Applied College Mathematics, 3 credit hours
Prerequisite(s): Knowledge of high school Algebra I, Algebra II and Geometry are prerequisites for all Mathematics courses.
Students are required to have achieved an ACT Math Score of 22 or higher, a SAT Math Section Score of 520 or higher (if taken prior to March 2016), a SAT Math Section Score of 550 or higher (if taken after March 2016), a SAT Math Test Score of 27.5 or higher, a math readiness placement score of at least 75 or higher, a B or better in MTH 021 /022, or a score of 80% or higher on the Baldwin Wallace mathematics placement exam.
This course is designed for freshmen and deals with the fundamental mathematical tools frequently applied in the natural, management and social sciences. Topics include linear, quadratic, exponential functions, linear systems, linear programming, mathematics of finance, and statistics. (All topics are approached with a view toward applications.)
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