For students who need to satisfy part A of the Quantitative Reasoning requirement and prepare for Qr-B courses, but do not want to continue in the calculus sequence.
The emphasis of this course is on reasoning and problem-solving. It is not intended to be a technique-oriented, template-problem-solving course, in which one practices on a lot of problems of a similar nature and then is tested on his or her ability to do problems presented in a very similar way.
- Coding information
- Social choice and decision making
- Size and shape
- Consumer finance models