Fundamentals of Mathematics II
This continuation of MTH 209A includes concepts of measurement, geometry, probability and statistics, elementary synthetic and Euclidean Geometry. Computer programming in BASIC is introduced. Methods are incorporated whenever possible. However, both MTH 209A and MTH 301 are content/concept courses as prescribed by State regulations, not methods courses. Calculator may be required.
- Describe historically significant contributions to the development of mathematics.
- Differentiate between and use inductive and deductive reasoning.
- Develop a list of problem-solving strategies.
- Recognize the platonic solids, the semiregular polyhedra, perform elementary constructions, and measurements.
- Use manipulatives to explain operations.
- Use statistical vocabulary.
- Calculate and interpret descriptive statistics of samples and populations. (Measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion.)
- Calculate simple probabilities.
- Find the mean and variance of a probability distribution, including the binomial distribution.
- Understand and calculate expected values.
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