Mathematics (804)

804-107 -  College Mathematics  

Designed to review and develop fundamental concepts of mathematics pertinent to the areas of: (1) arithmetic and algebra, (2) geometry and trigonometry, and (3) probability and statistics. Special emphasis is placed on problem solving, critical thinking and logical reasoning, making connections, and using calculators. Topics include performing arithmetic operations and simplifying algebraic expressions; solving linear equations and inequalities in one variable; solving proportions and incorporating percent applications; manipulating formulas; solving and graphing systems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables; finding areas and volumes of geometric figures; applying similar and congruent triangles; converting measurements within and between U.S. and metric systems; applying Pythagorean Theorem; solving right and oblique triangles; calculating probabilities; organizing data and interpreting charts; calculating central and spread measures; summarizing and analyzing data. (Prerequisite: Test score required to register) Credit for Prior Learning Available

3 Credit hours  
54 Lecture hours  
804-118 -  Intermediate Algebra With Applications  

This course offers algebra content with applications and an introduction to functions and complex numbers. Content builds upon the arithmetic of real numbers by using variable equations to solve problems. Topics include graphing and finding algebraic solutions for linear equations and inequalities, quadratic, exponential, polynomial, radical, and rational equations. (Prerequisite: Test score required to register)

4 Credit hours  
72 Lecture hours  
804-123 -  Math with Business Applications  

Integrates algebraic concepts, proportions, percents, simple interest, compound interest, annuities, and basic statistics with business/consumer scenarios. It also applies math concepts to the purchasing/buying and selling processes. (Prerequisite: Test score required to register)

3 Credit hours  
54 Lecture hours  
804-189 -  Introductory Statistics  

Introduces techniques to display data with graphs, describe distributions with numbers, perform correlation and regression analyses, and design experiments. Uses probability and distributions to make predictions, estimate parameters, and test hypotheses. Draws inferences about relationships including ANOVA. An A or B in Algebra II or higher in high school within the past 5 years is strongly recommended. (Prerequisite: Test score required to register) Credit for Prior Learning Available

3 Credit hours  
54 Lecture hours  
804-195 -  College Algebra with Applications  

This course covers skills needed for success in Calculus and many application areas at the baccalaureate level. Topics include the real and complex number systems, polynomials, exponents, radicals, solving equations and inequalities, relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities, graphing, and conic sections. (Prerequisite: Test score required to register) Credit for Prior Learning Available

3 Credit hours  
54 Lecture hours  
804-196 -  Trigonometry with Applications  

Topics include the unit circle, trigonometric functions, graphs, identities, equations, inverse functions, solutions of triangles, complex numbers, polar coordinates, and vectors. (Prerequisite: 804-195 College Algebra with Applications)

3 Credit hours  
54 Lecture hours  
804-197 -  College Algebra and Trigonometry with Applications  

This course covers those skills needed for success in Calculus and many application areas on a baccalaureate level. Topics include the real and complex number systems, polynomials, exponents, radicals, solving equations and inequalities (linear and nonlinear), relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities (linear and nonlinear), matrices, graphing, conic sections, sequences and series, combinatories, and the binomial theorem. (Prerequisite: Test score required to register)

5 Credit hours  
90 Lecture hours  
804-198 -  Calculus 1  

Introduction to differential and integral calculus and plane analytic geometry; Limits, derivatives, and graphs of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions; antiderivatives, the definite integral, and the fundamental theorem of calculus, with applications. Students may attempt to test into Calculus through the Accuplacer AAF test. Students should talk with their advisor. There may be an additional $15 fee. (Prerequisite: Test score required to register). Credit for Prior Learning Available

4 Credit hours  
72 Lecture hours  
804-360 -  Occupational Mathematics 1  

Develops skills in arithmetic (whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and integers) via both manual and calculator-assisted calculations. Students solve applied problems related to metalworking occupations using ratios, percentages, proportions, measurement conversions, basic algebra, and introductory geometry and trigonometry. (Prerequisite: Test score required to register) Credit for Prior Learning Available

2 Credit hours  
72 Lecture hours  
804-361 -  Occupational Mathematics 2  

Develops skills in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Students solve applied problems related specifically to the metalworking and machining occupations. Algebra topics include tolerance relationships, speeds and feeds calculations, and precision applications. Geometry topics emphasize circles, chords, and arcs. Trigonometry calculations include right triangle calculations off of actual design prints, and basic oblique triangle calculations. (Prerequisite: 804-360 Occupational Mathematics 1) Credit for Prior Learning Available

2 Credit hours  
72 Lecture hours  
804-363 -  Algebraic Applications for Electrical Trades  

Develops skills to apply scientific and engineering notations to gas and electrical formulas. Students will calculate dimensions using basic trigonometry and the Pythagorean Theorem. Students will analyze single phase and three phase transformers. This course is for Electricity and Electrical Power Distribution program students. Recommend completion of 804-360 Occupational Mathematics 1 before enrolling in this course.

2 Credit hours  
72 Lecture hours  
804-582 -  Mathematics 1  

Applies principles of arithmetic and algebra as a foundation to metalworking and machining occupations. Must be a state-contracted apprentice to enroll in this course.

1 Credit hours  
36 Lecture hours  
804-583 -  Mathematics 2  

Applies algebraic terms, expressions, equations and formulas. Includes geometric principles, trigonometry, chords and angles to solve problems related to metalworking. Must be a state-contracted apprentice to enroll in this course. (Prerequisite: 804-582 Mathematics 1)

1 Credit hours  
36 Lecture hours  
804-584 -  Mathematics 3  

Applies principles of algebra, geometry and trigonometry using right triangles to solve shop-related quality measurements. Toolmakers, die makers and machine tool operators solve problems related to shop situations. Must be a state-contracted apprentice to enroll in this course. (Prerequisite: 804-583 Mathematics 2)

1 Credit hours  
36 Lecture hours  
804-585 -  Mathematics 4  

Applies trade solutions to related physical concepts. Toolmakers, die makers and machine tool operators solve problems related to numerous trade situations. Must be a state-contracted apprentice to enroll in this course. (Prerequisite: 804-584 Mathematics 3)

1 Credit hours  
36 Lecture hours