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Courses and Descriptions

MATH-1075Mathematics

The overall objective of this Mathematics course is to enable students to gain a working knowledge of basic mathematical concepts as well as to develop manipulation and application skills so essential to electrical and electronic studies. This is a hands-on course; a large portion of the time will be invested in using and applying the concepts acquired through lectures. The material covered will include operations with numbers, basic concepts of algebra, geometry, trigonometric functions and identities, exponents, radicals, logarithms, complex numbers, equation solving methods, and applied word problems. This course is a prerequisite for second semester calculus, circuits, and applied science courses.
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