MATH 111 : Finite Mathematics

A study of linear functions and modeling, systems of linear equations, matrices, linear programming, the mathematics of finance, sets, counting techniques, and probability. (QS, NS)

Prerequisites

P (2.0 or higher) in MATH 090/091 or MATH& 148 or equivalent.

Course Outcomes

  1. Determine, solve, and interpret functions, linear functions and inequalities, and linear models, and systems of linear equations in algebraic and graph form.
  2. Determine, solve, and interpret matrices.
  3. Apply appropriate techniques to solve linear programming problems.
  4. Determine, solve, and interpret financial calculations related to compound interest, annuities, and loans.
  5. Demonstrate and utilize counting techniques and set theory.
  6. Determine discrete probabilities, including conditional probabilities.
  7. Use technology appropriately and efficiently.

Overview

Program

Credits

5