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MATH&107 Math in Society Russell C ArrangedArrangedBremertonWeb-Enhanced5 (8*)3

MATH&107 - Math in Society
Room/Location: ST 0149 (ST )
This class automatically enrolls you in the following class(es)-
Course IDCourse TitleDaysTimeLocationCreditsFee
MATH 098IIntegrated Inter Algebra for MATH&107ArrangedArrangedST 0149 30.00
IMATH001Integrated Int Alg/Math in Society (8 credits)Daily8:30 AM - 9:50 AM00.00
MATH&107Math in SocietyArrangedArrangedST 0149 50.00

MATH 098I: Part of IMATH course offering only. Algebraic expressions, rational and negative exponents. Radical and rational expressions and equations, linear and quadratic equations, graphs and application.
IMATH001: (8-credit Integrated Course: MATH 098I, MATH& 107)
MATH&107: Topics relevant to Liberal Arts majors, including the following: Mathematical Models (Linear and Exponential) as tools for solving real-world problems. Probability as a tool for making informed decisions. Basic descriptive statistics as an introduction to statistical thinking. Consumer Mathematics (loans, annuities, etc.) as a life skill.

MATH 098I: MATH 094 with a grade of 2.0 or above within the last 2 years or satisfactory placement test score.
IMATH001: MATH 094 with a grade of 2.0 or above within the last 2 years or satisfactory placement test score.
MATH&107: MATH 099, MATH 098, MATH 099I, or MATH 098I within the last 6 years with a grade of 2.0 or above, satisfactory placement test score, or co-enrollment in MATH 098I.

Additional details: Web Enhanced -. Learning Community
Class Fee: 0.00 (0.00 total*)
Class Dates: 9/19/2016     End Date: 12/8/2016
Department Note: Math instructors strictly enforce math course prerequisites. Students satisfy course prerequisites by means of an assessment taken at OC within the last two years OR an appropriate grade in the prerequisite course. Refer to the course description for details; time limits may apply to the prerequisite course.

Students who took prerequisites for math courses from other colleges or who wish to place by AP or CLEP scores should submit a Request for SEM Prerequisite Clearance well before registration as outlined here:

Students who wish to use Accuplacer or Compass assessments from other colleges (scores must be no more than two years old) should submit scores to the OC Testing Center for placement recommendation.

Please be advised that some sections of Mathematics courses will require web-access to complete assignments.  See course syllabus for specifics.
Meets Distribution Requirements:
MATH 098I: Will not transfer
IMATH001: Will not transfer
MATH&107: Natural Sciences
Class Limit: 25 students
Final Exam: Date: 12/6/2016 Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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