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MTH.Q 110 - Precalculus


(PEQ Math) How can we know mathematical truths? What does it mean to prove something mathematically? Precalculus prepares students knowledgeable in algebra for exploration and reasoning in Calculus. The central theme is families of functions as models of change. Topics include trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, polynomial and rational functions and relations. Multiple representations (numerical, graphical, symbolic and verbal) are integrated throughout the course. Course Codes: R. Prereq: Algebra2/Trigonometry (In New York State, this means three years of Regents level mathematics courses - Integrated Algebra, Geometry, Algebra2/Trig.) This P(EQ) course counts as a PI, W, and G course. May also be offered as MTH.F*110, which has the same course content but is taught as a seminar for First Year students.

Prerequisites & Notes
Course Codes: R. Prereq: Algebra2/Trigonometry (In New York State, this means three years of Regents level mathematics courses - Integrated Algebra, Geometry, Algebra2/Trig.) This P(EQ) course counts as a PI, W, and G course. May also be offered as MTH.F*110, which has the same course content but is taught as a seminar for First Year students. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

Credits: 3



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