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A mathematics laboratory course to be taken concurrently with MATH-B111 or MATH-N111. With successful completion of this course, the student will have algebraic skills and tools that are used for problem-solving in the nursing profession and be prepared for NURS-H355 (Data Analysis) and the nursing math test. Credit given only for one: MATH-H111, MATH-E111, MATH-S111, MATH-M123 or MATH-M110 Open only to Nursing students Designed for the social science student to provide math skills in problem-solving and reasoning for application in social science professions.

(See course description for MATH-B111 or MATH-N111.) Designed to prepare you for MATH-M118 and statistics. The college algebra topics will include, but not be limited to the following: Solving equations, functions, and inequalities; solving systems of linear equations; graphing of equations and functions; interpreting graphs/tables/charts of equations and functions; solving direct/ indirect variation and proportion equations; use of dimensional analysis; development of mathematical model from a word problem; application of these algebraic concepts and skills in nursing applications. To develop problem-solving and reasoning skills, mathematics topics may include, but are not limited to: logic (statements and truth tables), algebra of equations and graphing, elementary statistics, set theory, and counting & probability.

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Designed for the elementary education student to develop skills in the use of numeration systems, number theory, set theory, logic, networks, systems of equations, and geometry.

These skills will be useful in future teaching assignments and for passing the State of Indiana Praxis exam.

With successful completion of this course, the student will have algebraic skills and tools that are used for problem-solving in the business professions and be prepared for MATH-M118 (Finite Mathematics) and ECON-E270 (Statistics). Credit given only for one: MATH-H111, MATH-E111, MATH-S111, or MATH-M123.

The college algebra topics will include, but not be limited to the following: Solving equations, functions, and inequalities; solving systems of linear equations; graphing of equations and functions; interpreting graphs/tables/charts of equations and functions; performing algebraic operations on polynomial, rational, radical expressions in one/several variables; development of mathematical model from a word problem; application of these algebraic concepts and skills in business applications. VT: CHEM-C105 / MATH-S122 For Science and Pre-Health professional majors. Registering for this course enrolls you in CHEM-C105 and MATH-S122.