Professors: John Aversa, A.B., A.M. Boston College; Daniel W. Chambers, B.S. Notre Dame, A.M., Ph.D. Maryland; Marie Clote, D.E.A. Universite Paris VII; Kenneth St. Martin, A.B., M.S. Boston College.
MT 04101 Mathematical Operations
This continuing course is designed to provide a foundation for the use of mathematics in liberal arts and business. Linear and quadratic models provide the basis for inferences drawn on a number of topics in discrete mathematics. Problem solving is stressed. Conceptual introduction to statistics.
Spring, Sat 9–12, Jan 19–May 4, Professor St. Martin
MT 05401 Precalculus
This one semester course treats the algebra and analytic geometry necessary for calculus and other college mathematics courses. Topics include a review of algebra, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and trigonometry. Modeling and problem solving are emphasized throughout.
Spring, Thurs 6:30–9, Jan 17–May 9, Professor Aversa
Prof. Chambers' website
Introduction to inferential statistics covering description of sample data, probability, binomial and normal distribution, random sampling, estimation, and hypothesis-testing.
Spring, Wed 6:30–9, Jan 16–May 8, Professor Chambers
MT 35302 May 13–June 20, Mon & Thurs, 6:30–9:30, Professor Clote
This section is now considered a Summer Session course only and subject to summer tuition (estimated $2200). Registration begins April 15.