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Mathematics

*T. Blamey, S. Bowe, T. Evangelista, D. Harbin, N. Okamoto*

## Course Descriptions

### MATH 82: Accelerated Algebra

MATH 75X with grade C or better, or placement at MATH 82, or consent.

### MATH 100: Survey of Mathematics

Acquaints the non-specialist with examples of mathematical reasoning. Explores selected topics such as numeration systems, consumer math, linear and exponential growth, inductive patterns, mathematical art, probability, statistics, set theory, and logic.

At least 11th grade reading skills.

MATH 75X with grade C or better, or placement at MATH 100, and ENG 22 with grade C or better or placement at ENG 100, or consent.

### MATH 103: College Algebra

MATH 82 with grade C or better or placement at least MATH 103, and ENG 22 with grade C or better or placement at ENG 100, or consent.

### MATH 103T: College Algebra with Supplement

Analyzes and interprets the behavior and nature of functions including linear, polynomial, exponential, log, absolute value, and piecewise defined functions; solve systems of equations; solves application problems. Reinforces learning through supplemental activities such as peer discussion and problem solving, individualized tutorial assistance and performance tracking.

MATH 82 with grade C or better or placement at least MATH 103T, and ENG 22 with grade C or better or placement at ENG 100, or consent.

### MATH 111: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I

MATH 75X with grade C or better or placement at least MATH 100, and ENG 22 with grade C or better or placement at ENG 100, or consent.

### MATH 112: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II

MATH 111 with grade C or better, or consent.

### MATH 115: Introduction to Statistics and Probability

Utilizes basic statistical topics including measures of central tendency and dispersion, classification of variables, sampling techniques, elementary probability, normal and binomial probability distributions, tests of hypothesis, linear regression and correlation in order to solve problems. To progress to more advanced mathematics courses, students should have grade C or better in prerequisite courses. The prerequisite course is most beneficial when completed during the prior 12 months. Math placement testing or alternate placement measures are required of all students who are taking mathematics at UH Maui College. (For more info, see English and Math Placement section, or the Math Routes for Specific Majors chart.)

MATH 75X with grade C or better, or placement at MATH 115, and ENG 22 with grade C or better or placement at ENG 100, or consent.

### MATH 115T: Introduction to Statistics & Probability with Supplement

Utilizes basic statistical topics including measures of central tendency and dispersion, classification of variables, sampling techniques, elementary probability, normal and binomial probability distributions, tests of hypothesis, linear regression and correlation in order to solve problems.

Placement at MATH 115T, and ENG 22 with grade C or better or placement at ENG 100, or consent.

### MATH 135: Pre-Calculus: Elementary Functions

MATH 103 with grade C or better or placement at MATH 135, or consent.

### MATH 140X: Accelerated Pre-Calculus: Elementary functions, Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry

Studies the trigonometric functions, analytic geometry, polar coordinates, vectors, and related topics. This course is the second part of the precalculus sequence. To progress to more advanced mathematics courses, students should have grade C or better in prerequisite courses. The prerequisite course is most beneficial when completed during the prior 12 months. Math placement testing or alternate placement measures are required of all students who are taking mathematics at UH Maui College. (For more info, see English and Math Placement section, or the Math Routes for Specific Majors chart.)

MATH 135 with grade C or better or placement at MATH 140, or consent.

### MATH 140X: Accelerated Precalculus: Elementary Functions, Trigonometry, and Analytic Geometry

Provides an accelerated path to Calculus to students who have a strong background in College Algebra. Topics include the essential pre-calculus skills needed for success in calculus: functions, with special attention to polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions; plane and analytic trigonometry; polar coordinates; and conic sections. Credit may not be earned for both MATH 140 and MATH 140X.

Students who pass College Algebra with a C grade are encouraged to take the two semester precalculus path with MATH 135 and MATH 140.

MATH 103 or MATH 103T either with grade C or better, or placement at MATH 135, or consent of instructor.

### MATH 203: Calculus for Business & Social Sciences

MATH 135 with grade C or better or placement at MATH 140, and ENG 100 with grade C or better (or concurrent), or consent.

### MATH 241: Calculus I

MATH 119 or 140 either with grade C or better or placement at MATH 241, or consent.

### MATH 242: Calculus II

MATH 241 with grade C or better, or consent.

### MATH 243: Calculus III

Studies functions of several variables including vectors, vector functions, the calculus on these functions, and 3-dimensional analytic geometry. (Formerly MATH 231.)

MATH 242 with grade C or better, or consent.

### MATH 244: Calculus IV

Extends the study of functions of several variables with multiple integrals and vector analysis. Studies the solutions of elementary differential equations. (Formerly MATH 232.)

MATH 243 with grade C or better, or consent.