Math 1020Q (102Q) - SPRING 2010
Description: An introduction to the techniques used by mathematicians to solve problems. Skills such as Externalization (pictures and charts), Visualization (associated mental images), Simplification, Trial and Error, and Lateral Thinking learned through the study of mathematical problems. Problems drawn from combinatorics, probability, optimization, cryptology, graph theory, and fractals. Students will be encouraged to work cooperatively and to think independently.
Prerequisites: Recommended preparation: MATH 1010(101) or the equivalent. Not eligible for course credit by examination. Not open for credit to students who have passed any mathematics course other than MATH 1010(101), 1011(104), 1030(103), 1070(105), 1040(107), 1050(108) or 1060(109).
Offered: Fall Intersession Spring Suummer
Sections: Spring 2010 in Storrs Campus
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