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2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog 
2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MT 1030 - Finite Mathematics

An introductory course with an emphasis on topics that are relevant to everyday life. Topics include a brief review of algebra, mathematics of finance (compound interest, annuities, future value, and present value), counting methods (multiplication principle, permutations, and combinations), probability (sample spaces, events, games of chance, empirical probability), descriptive statistics (organization of data, mean, median, standard deviation) and normal distributions. Where appropriate, technoloqy will be used.

Prerequisite: At least three years of mathematics in grades 9-12 or MT 0100 .