MATH 133 Intro to Mathematical Reasoning, Part I

2 credits, Fall

Provides Part I of a two-course transition sequence from high school to college level mathematics by reviewing sets and real numbers, first degree equations, exponents, roots and radicals and graphing. Students learn applications of various fields of mathematics to everyday life. Topics to be covered include calculation, measurement, number sense, and recognition and interpretation of growth patterns. Completion of this course with a grade of "C" or better is required to progress to MATH 134. MATH 133 does not fulfill the SEE QL requirement, but it is the prerequisite for MATH 134. Completion of BOTH MATH 133 and MATH 134 with a grade of "C" or better will fulfill the SEE QL requirement. Students cannot take or receive credit for MATH 133 if they have received credit for MATH 135.

Prerequisite(s): By placement