Prerequisite:Applied Math, Part 1 (MATH 047) or equivalent.
Description:Continuing from the concepts learned in Applied Math, Part 1 (MATH 047), this course covers mathematics applied to the real world; it includes two- and three-dimensional shapes, ratios and proportions, scale drawings, and signed numbers and vectors, as well as scientific notations, powers, and roots. This course features a math lab, where extra practice and instruction are given in an interactive lab setting. This is the second course in a two-part Applied Math series (MATH 047 and MATH 049).
Course Content:1. Working with Shapes in Two Dimensions
2. Working with Shapes in Three Dimensions
3. Ratios and Proportions
4. Making and Using Scale Drawings
5. Midcourse Exam
6. Working wth Signed Numbers and Vectors
7. Using Scientific Notation
8. Working with Powers and Roots
Paper Courses:Assignments for this course can be submitted online or by mail, email, or fax. If you do not have reliable internet access the optional course packet includes bubble sheets to be mailed.
Notes:Students must have access to a scientific calculator with fraction capability, a protractor, ruler, and compass.
|Math 049 - Interactive Math Lab CD||Included in tuition|
|Printed Course Packet||Included in tuition|