Student Body:

Students who need a background in algebra for calculus. It also serves students as a terminal course to fulfill their QR-A requirement.

Background and Goals: The main focus of Math 112 is preparation for continued work in mathematics, especially in the various calculus sequences. At the same time it incorporates instruction in quantitative reasoning skills so that it satisfies the Quantitative Reasoning A requirement.

Alternatives:

Math 112 and Math 113 are equivalent to Math 114.

Subsequent Courses:

Students who plan to take Math 221 need to go into Math 113 (Trigonometry)

Course Content:

- Equations and inequalities
- Functions; composition of functions; inverse functions
- Maximum and minimum problems
- Exponential and logarithmic functions
- Compound interest, including continuous compounding
- Graphs of polynomials, rational functions, logarithms and exponentials
- Complex numbers
- Division of polynomials
- Remainder Theorem and Factor Theorem
- Systems of linear equations
- Nonlinear systems of equations

credits:

3. (q-E)

semester:

All

prereqs:

MATH 96 or placement into MATH 112. MATH 118 does not fulfill the requisite.

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