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Course Catalog 2008-2009 
Course Catalog 2008-2009 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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MATH 030 - Topics in Contemporary Mathematics

Semester Offered: First Semester, Second Semester
Credits (Range): 3 hours
Attribute: 3NS, QP-F

The interaction of mathematics with the social sciences is the central theme. Topics are drawn from: graph theory, voting systems, discrete models, coding theory, exploratory data analysis, and combinatorics. Applications are given to social choice, decision-making, management and ecological modeling. Enrollment limit: 30.
Instructor: M. Henle, M. Raney, A. Sinko
Prerequisites & Notes

Prerequisites and notes: A working knowledge of elementary algebra and geometry. Note: This course does not count toward a major in Mathematics. (Not open to any student who has received credit for a mathematics course numbered 131 or higher). It is intended for students who have not satisfied the quantitative proficiency requirement.

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