MATH145G - Topics in Applied College Mathematics

Credits: 4

Quantitative Reasoning course. This course focuses on quantitative thinking and methods with real‐world applications. Some topics covered are algebraic expressions with applications, graphing and modeling linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic equations, systems of linear equations and linear programming, simple and compound interest, annuities, probability and measures of central tendency of a data distribution. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH145G and MATH147G. (See catalog description for MATH147) 


Satisfactory placement test scores as defined by the mathematics faculty or successful completion (grade of C or Better) MATH 084G, MATH090G or equivalent, or by permission of the instructor.

Required course for