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## Math 102: College Mathematics

Various; distance learning format.

8 hours (6 weeks).

December 2012 - Present.

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: write and graph linear equations; solve and graph inequalities with one or two variables; simplify expressions with exponents and rational exponents; know how to graph cubics, quartics, and quintics; evaluate logarithms and solve logarithmic equations; understand uses of logic in mathematics; understand elements of sets and subsets; calculate percent increase with relative and cumulative frequency tables; calculate probabilities; and find perimeter, area, and circumference in triangles, circles, and rectangles.

Major topics include: linear equations; inequalities; quadratic equations; complex numbers; exponents; polynomials; rational expressions; functions; logarithms; logic; sets; probability; statistics; and geometry.

In the lower division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in College Math, or as a general elective (12/16).