MATH 92: Introduction to Applied Math

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Not Intended for Transfer, Typically Numbered Below 100.

An introductory course intended to prepare students for MATH 093 or MATH 100.  Emphasizes arithmetic operations with signed numbers, fractions and decimals, measuring methodology and unit conversion, basic algebra concepts up through solving linear equations, and applied mathematics as found in Industrial and Technical Programs.

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Course Learning Outcomes

Core Topics

Arithmetic computations with whole numbers, decimals, fractions and mixed numbers with and without the use of a calculator

2.   Applied problems featuring percentages expressed as both fractions and decimals

3.   Measurement systems with respect to precision, accuracy, and conversion between relevant systems

4.   Fundamentals of algebra including performing basic operations with algebraic expressions and solving linear equations

5.   Use of algebraic equations and formulas to solve applied word problems

6.   Application of course arithmetic, specifically dimensions and costs, by planning and presenting an original design.