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# Description of Mathematics

 MATH 2 Elements of Statistics 4

Prerequisite: MATH 104 with a grade of C, CR, P or
better, or placement through the assessment process, or
equivalent. Statistical concepts of probability, analysis
and factoring -signed-number.html">significance of measurements , measures of central
tendency, correlation, variation, distributions, and
reliability and validity of tests. (MJC MATH 134)
Transfer: UC/CSU

 1018 MWF Lec 11:20A - 12:35P Juniper 4 Von Epps ,V 9716 TTH Lec 6:00P - 8:05P Juniper 4 Rosasco M

 MATH 6 Mathematics for Liberal Arts Students 3

Prerequisite: MATH 104 with a grade of C, CR, P or
better, or placement through the assessment process,
or equivalent. A survey of important mathematical
ideas with insight into their historical development,
with emphasis on the nature of mathematical reasoning
and the importance and applications of mathematics
in society. Topics may include set theory and logic,
number theory , functions and graphs, geometric ideas,
probability and statistics, calculus, graph theory ,
or other significant areas of mathematics. Scientific
calculator required . (MJC MATH 101) Transfer:
UC/CSU

 1021 TTH Lec 9:40A - 11:05A Juniper 4 Cavagnaro A

 MATH 12 Finite Mathematics 3

Prerequisite: MATH 104 with a grade of C, CR, P or
better, or placement through the assessment process,
or equivalent. Introduction to mathematical modeling,
linear systems of equations and inequalities (linear
programming) sets, combinatorics, probability,
statistics, and the mathematics of finance. Scientific
calculator required (MJC MATH 130) Transfer:
UC/CSU

 1020 TTH Lec 11:20A - 12:45P Juniper 4 Cavagnaro A

 MATH 17A Precalculus I 5

Prerequisite: MATH 104 with a grade of C, CR, P
or better. A one-semester college algebra course or,
together with MATH 17B, a two-semester Precalculus
course. Emphasis on algebra skills essential for success
in calculus. Topics include: review of linear, quadratic,
rational, radical, exp onential and logarithmic equations ;
functions and graphs; synthetic division; complex roots
of polynomials; the Fundamental theorem of Algebra;
applications of exponential and logarithmic equations;
linear and nonlinear systems of equations. (MJC MATH
121) Transfer: UC/CSU (Transfer credit limited. See a
counselor.)

 1155 MW Lec 9:40A - 11:10A oak9 F 9:40A - 11:10A Buckeye 3 Leamy, J

 MATH 18A Calculus I 5

Prerequisite: MATH 17B, with a grade of C, CR, P or
better, or equivalent. Families of functions, limits,
continuity, the derivative, derivative formulas , implicit
differentiation , applications of derivatives, and an
introduction to concepts and applications of the definite
integral. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies high
school math deficiency for UC admission. (MJC MATH
171) Transfer: UC/CSU

 1022 MWF Lec 9:40A - 11:10A Juniper 4 Cavagnaro A

 MATH 100A Algebra I: Fundamentals, First Half 3

Prerequisite: MATH 602 with a grade of C, CR, P or
better, or placement through the assessment process,
or equivalent. This course is equivalent to the first half
of MATH 101, allowing the student more study time
for the course topics. Scientific calculator required.
Completion of both MATH 100A and MATH 100B is
equivalent to completion of MATH 101. (MJC MATH
71)

 1023 TTH Lec 9:40A - 11:05A Juniper 1 Von Epps ,V 1024 TTH Lec 11:20A - 12:45P Juniper 1 Von Epps ,V

 MATH 101 Algebra I: Fundamentals 5

MATH 101 Algebra I: Fundamentals 5.0
Prerequisite: MATH 602 with a grade of C, CR, P or
better, or placement through the assessment process,
or equivalent. Introduction to algebraic structure;
techniques to simplify, evaluate, and solve algebraic
problems; and applications of algebra in a variety of
contexts. Scientific calculator required. (MJC MATH
70)

 1025 MTWTH Lec 8:00A - 9:10A Juniper 1 Landess M 1027 MTWTH Lec 2:40P - 3:50P Juniper 4 Von Epps ,V 1757 MW Lec 3:30P - 6:00P Oakdale High Shaffer J School A-3 1028 MW Lec 6:00P - 8:30P Juniper 1 Smucker D

 MATH 104 Algebra II: Modeling 5

Prerequisite: MATH 100B or MATH 101 with a grade of
C, CR, P or better, or placement through the assessment
process, or equivalent. A study of mathematical
modeling with linear, absolute value, quadratic,
exponential and logarithmic functions through verbal,
numerical, algebraic and graphical representations.
Other topics include systems of linear and nonlinear
equations, linear and nonlinear inequalities and rational
exponents. The use of graphing calculators is required.
This course is prerequisite to undergraduate transfer
general education mathematics courses. Graphing
calculator required; T183/84 recommended. (MJC
MATH 90)

 1482 MTWTH Lec 1:00P - 2:10P Juniper 1 Albers D 1030 MWF Lec 11:20A - 12:50P Juniper 1 Landess M 1029 F Lec 1:00P - 2:30P Juniper 1 AND MW Lec 2:40P - 4 :10P Juniper 1 Landess M 1758 TTH Lec 6:00P - 8:30P Oakdale High Shaffer J School A-3 1031 TTH Lec 6:00P - 8:30P Juniper 1 Albers D

 MATH 601 Math Concepts: An Interactive Approach 3

Concept topics include patterns and symbolic
representation, estimation, visual models for operations,
fractions, decimals, percents, perimeter, area, volume,
mean, mode, median, ratio, proportion , prime
factoring, theoretical and empirical probabilities and
student skills. This course is taught in a visual and
computational way and is designed to help the student
build a meaningful, internal, intuitive mathematical
framework. It includes the "why" behind computation.

 1830 MTWTH Lec 8:25A - 9:25A Juniper 4 Leamy J

 MATH 602 P realgebra 4

Prerequisite: MATH 601 with a grade of C, CR, P or
better, or placement through the assessment process,
or equivalent. Designed to help students prepare
for algebra and applied math courses by reviewing
fundamental operations of arithmetic and common
geometric formulas, and introducing the algebraic
concepts of simplifying expressions, polynomial
arithmetic, and solving linear equations. Arithmetic
reviewed includes calculation with integers, decimals,
and fractions. Ratios, percents, and their applications
are also studied.

 1831 MTWTH Lec 1:25P - 2:25P Juniper 4 Taylor,K 1832 MW Lec 6:00P - 8:10P Juniper 4 Anderson S 1833 TTH Lec 1:00P - 3:05P oak 12 Leamy J

 The class above is part of the First Semester Experience and meets in the Manzanita Conference Room. For more information, please refer to page 25.

 1834 TTH Lec 3:30P - 5:35P Calaveras Taylor K Center 4

 MATH 650 Personalized Mathematics Development

This course provides students opportunities to review
or learn mathematics in an individualized, self-paced
setting. Topics include: Basic Math, Prealgebra,
Beginning Algebra, Introduction to Geometry,
Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Trigonometry,
Precalculus, and Introduction to Statistics. Offered for
Pass/No Pass grading only. May be repeated two times.
NOTE: Students are required to attend a two-hour
orientation and assessment session. Sessions will be
held at the times and locations listed below. Please
note that the course requires a subscription to the
ALEKS computer program, which must be purchased
at the Manzanita Bookstore prior to the orientation
session.
Wednesday, September 2, 1:00P – 3:00P, Sequoia 8
Wednesday, September 2, 6:00P – 8:00P, Sequoia 8
Thursday, September 3, 10:00A – 12:00P, Sequoia 8