ADMT 104001 Introductory College Mathematics
This course is designed to easily and comfortably re-introduce students to learn basic math skills as well as gain knowledge of important concepts in College Algebra and problem solving. It is also intended to strengthen students’ abilities to move on to other algebraic disciplines in business, social sciences, and physical sciences. Topics covered will be introduction to integers, equation solving, poly-nomials factoring, and rational expressions.
Sat 9–12, Sept 2–Dec 16, Kenneth St. Martin
ADMT 106401 Elementary Probability
This one semester course studies finite counting problems and the associated calculation of likelihood. Topics include finite sets, permutations and combinations, sample spaces, conditional probability and Bayes’s Theorem, and random variables.
Thurs 6:15–9:15, Aug 31–Dec 14, The Department
ADMT 110001 Calculus I
Pre-requisite: Must have successfully completed ADMT1054 Precalculus.
This is a course in the calculus of one variable and is suggested for Economics majors. The course is also a pre-requisite for ADEC3510 Math for Economists and for participation in the 5th year MS in Applied Economics program. Topics include a brief review of polynomials and trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions, followed by discussion of limits, derivatives, and applications of differential calculus to real-world problem areas. The course concludes with an introduction to integration.
Mon 6:15–9:15, Aug 28–Dec 11, Don Brady
ADMT 253001 Statistics
Introduction to inferential statistics covering the description of sample data, probability, binomial and normal distribution, random sampling, estimation, and hypothesis-testing.
Wed 6:15–9:15, Aug 30–Dec 13, Dan Chambers
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