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MA 15555, Spring 2022
Quantitative Reasoning

Credit Hours: 3.00. This course will cover important mathematical ideas, including proportion, weighted averages, linear models, exponential models, basic probability and statistics, and some algebra, by using concrete real-world problems. It will not be a prerequisite for any other mathematics course. CTL: Quantitative Reasoning

Instructor Info

Section Room Time Instructor Office
200 WALC 3087 11:30AM M Timothy J Delworth MATH 814
312 UNIV 003 9:30AM TR John A Haug MATH 743
324 UNIV 003 8:30AM TR John A Haug MATH 743
336 UNIV 003 2:30PM TR Noah Jon Stockwell
348 UNIV 003 3:30PM TR Noah Jon Stockwell
360 UNIV 003 11:30AM TR Alexandros Kafkas MATH 603
372 UNIV 003 10:30AM TR Alexandros Kafkas MATH 603
373 UNIV 003 1:30PM TR Alex M Carignan MATH B011
374 UNIV 003 12:30PM TR Alex M Carignan MATH B011
375 WALC 3087 10:30AM M Timothy J Delworth MATH 814

Course Materials

Section Type Title Author
ALL SUPP Free E-book - See course syllabus for more information about e-text access.

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