Math 1050Q (108QC) - SPRING 2010
Description: An interdisciplinary approach to environmental issues, such as: ground water contamination, air pollution, and hazardous materials handling. Emphasis on mathematical models, social and ethical implications, and physical and chemical principles. Includes a spread sheet program for water and air pollution data; a computer modeling package to analyze hazardous materials emergencies; creative use of the internet and field research.
Prerequisites: Recommended preparation: MATH 1010(101) or the equivalent. A solid background and good performance in high school algebra are highly recommended.
Sections: Spring 2010 in Storrs Campus
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