MATH 100: Tech Math for Industrial Field

Class Program
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Meets Degree Requirements For
Restricted Elective
This is an applied course in mathematics for industrial fields. Topics include fundamentals of algebra, geometry and basic trigonometry and their applications to industry. Not intended for students planning to transfer to a four-year college.
Grading Basis
MATH 92 or higher with a grade of C (2.0) or better or a MATH 98 placement score.

Course Learning Outcomes

Core Topics


  1. Using algebraic problem-solving techniques to solve equations and to model and solve real-life problems
    • Linear Equations
    • Systems of equations in two variables
  2. Understanding and properly applying estimation and rounding through industry standards
    • Precision
    • Accuracy
  3. Manipulating and evaluating formulas with algebra and basic arithmetic
  4. Plane Geometry:
    • Circles and Polygons
    • Area, Perimeter, Circumference
    • Angle measure
    • Similar and Congruent Figures
  5. Solid Geometry:
    • Prisms, Spheres, Cylinders
    • Volumes, Surface Area
  6. Trigonometry:
    • Right and Oblique Triangles
    • Trigonometric Functions
    • Solving Triangles