Math 1040Q (107Q) - FALL 2012
Description: Use of algebraic and trigonometric functions with technology to analyze quantitative relationships and illustrate the role of mathematics in modern life; graphical numerical and symbolic methods. Most sections require a graphing calculator; some require work with a computer spreadsheet.
Prerequisites: Recommended preparation: MATH 1010(101) or the equivalent. Not open to students who have passed any MATH course other than MATH 1010(101), 1020(102), 1030(103), 1070(105), 1050(108). This course and MATH 1060(109) cannot be taken for credit. This course should not be considered as adequate preparation for MATH 1071(106), 1120(112), 1131(115), or 120.
Offered: Fall Intersession Spring Suummer May
Sections: Fall 2012 in Storrs Campus
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