Math courses in the current c​atalog. 
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MAT-1A​ - Calculus I 4 units

UC*, CSU MAT-1A + MAT-1B  (C-ID MATH 210)

Prerequisite: MAT-10 or qualifying placement level.

Functions, limits, continuity, differentiation, inverse functions, applications of the derivative including maximum and minimal problems, and basic integration. 72 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.

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MAT-1B - Calculus II 4 units

UC, CSU MAT-1A + MAT-1B  (C-ID MATH 220)

Prerequisite: MAT-1A.

Techniques of integration, applications of integration, improper integrals, infinite sequences and series, parametric equations, polar coordinates and conic sections. 72 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.

 (NOTE:  MAT-1A + MAT-1B = C-ID MATH 900S)

MAT-1C - Calculus III 4 units

UC, CSU (C-ID MATH 230)

Prerequisite: MAT-1B.

Vectors in a plane and in space, vector valued functions, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, line and surface integrals, indeterminant forms, and elementary applications to the physical sciences. 72 hours lecture.


MAT-2 - Differential Equations 4 units

UC, CSU (C-ID MATH 240)

Prerequisite: MAT-1B.

Special types of differential equations, linear first and second order differential equations, series solutions, Laplace transforms, matrix theory, and elementary applications to the physical and biological sciences. 72 hours lecture.

 

MAT-3 - Linear Algebra 3 units

UC, CSU (C-ID MATH 250)

Prerequisite: MAT-1B.

Introduction to matrix algebra, determinants, systems of linear equations, vector spaces, linear independence, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors and applications. 54 hours lecture.

 

MAT-5 - Calculus, A Short Course 4 units

UC*, CSU (C-ID MATH 140)

Prerequisite: MAT-35 or qualifying placement level.

Calculus for majors in economics, business management, biological and social sciences. Emphasis on problem solving and applications. Topics include: functions, graphs, limits, differentiation, integration exponential and logarithmic functions. 72 hours lecture.

  

MAT-10 - Precalculus 4 units

UC*, CSU (C-ID MATH 155)

Prerequisite: MAT-36 or qualifying placement level. 

An integrated treatment of algebra and trigonometry at the college level, with major emphasis on polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse functions, sequences and series, mathematical induction, analytic geometry, partial fractions, polar coordinates and parametric equations. The course is designed to prepare students for the study of calculus. 72 hours lecture.


MAT-11 - College Algebra 4 units

UC*, CSU 

Prerequisite: MAT-35 or qualifying placement level.

Topics include algebra review, linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations and inequalities, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, permutations and combinations, binomial theorem, and linear programming. 72 hours lecture.

 

MAT-12 - Statistics 4 units

UC, CSU (C-ID MATH 110)

Prerequisite: MAT-35 or qualifying placement level.

A comprehensive study of measures of central tendency and variation, the normal distribution, the t-distribution, the chi-square distribution, linear correlation, testing of hypotheses, probability, and estimation. Students may not receive credit for both MAT-12 and MAT-12H. 54 hours lecture.

 

MAT-12H - Honors Statistics 4 units

UC, CSU (C-ID MATH 110​)​

Prerequisite: MAT-35 or qualifying placement level.

Limitation on enrollment: Enrollment in the Honors program. A comprehensive study of measures of central tendency and variation, the normal distribution, the t-distribution, the chi-square distribution, linear correlation, testing of hypotheses, probability, and estimation. Honors course offers an enriched experience for accelerated students through limited class size, seminar format, focus on primary texts, and application of higher-level critical thinking skills. Students may not receive credit for both MAT-12 and MAT-12H. 54 hours lecture.

 

MAT-25 - A Survey of Mathematics 3 units

UC, CSU 

Prerequisite: MAT-35 or qualifying placement level.

This is a survey course with selected topics from the history and development of mathematics, patterns and inductive reasoning, set theory and deductive reasoning, the real number system, algebra, geometry, probability, statistics, and problem solving. It is designed for students majoring in liberal arts, education or communication.

Calculators or computers may be used for selected topics. 54 hours lecture.


MAT-26 - Math for Elementary School Teachers 3 units (Future Class)

Prerequisite: MAT-35 or qualifying placement level.

This course is designed for pre-service elementary school teachers. The course will examine five content areas: numeration; number theory; properties of numbers; problem solving; and curriculum standards. 54 hours lecture.

  

MAT-35 - Intermediate Algebra 5 units

Prerequisite: MAT-52 or qualifying placement level.

The concepts introduced in beginning algebra are presented again, but in greater depth. In addition to the basic operations, logarithms, exponential equations, systems of linear and nonlinear equations, Cramer’s Rule, the Binomial Theorem, the complex number system, and sequences and series are included. 90 hours lecture.

 

MAT-36 - Trigonometry 4 units

CSU (C-ID MATH 851​)

Prerequisite: MAT-35 and 53 or qualifying placement level.

The study of trigonometric functions, their inverses and their graphs; identities and proofs related to trigonometric expressions; solving trigonometric equations; solving right triangles; solving oblique triangles using the law of cosines and the law of sines; elements of geometry important to the foundation of trigonometry. 72 hours lecture.

 

MAT-37 – Algebra for Statistics 6 units

Prerequisite: None.

This is an accelerated course that prepares students for transfer-level Statistics. Topics include ratios, rates, and proportional reasoning, arithmetic reasoning using fractions, decimals and percents, evaluating expressions, analyzing algebraic forms to understand statistical measures, functions, use of linear and exponential functions to model bivariate data, use of logarithms, logarithmic scales and semi-log plots, graphical and numerical descriptive statistics for quantitative and categorical data. This course is designed for students who do not plan to major in math, science, computer science, or engineering. 90 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. (Non-degree credit course.)

 

MAT-52 - Elementary Algebra 4 units

Prerequisite: MAT-64 (formerly MAT-50), 65, 90F or qualifying placement level.

Examines real numbers and variables as they are involved in polynomials, fractions, linear equations, quadratic equations, systems of equations, inequalities, exponential and radical expressions, and absolute value. Factoring, graphing and word problem applications will also be included. 72 hours lecture. (Nondegree credit course. Letter Grade, or Pass/No Pass option.)

 

MAT-53 - College Geometry 3 units

Prerequisite: MAT-52 or qualifying placement level.

A course covering the study of geometric figures in the Euclidean plane, including angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles and solids: formulas for measuring such figures, including perimeter, area and volume; proofs using postulates and theorems associated with congruent triangles, parallel and perpendicular line segments, and angle measures; construction of angles and segment measures. 54 hours lecture.

 

MAT-64 - Pre-Algebra 3 units

Prerequisite: MAT-63 (formerly MAT-51), 90C, or qualifying placement level.

An introduction to the notion of algebra and its uses. Includes integers, equations, and polynomials as well as topics from arithmetic. Designed as a transition from arithmetic to elementary algebra. 54 hours lecture. (Non-degree credit course.)

 

MAT-65 - Arithmetic and Pre-Algebra 5 units

Prerequisite: None.

A combination course covering the decimal system of numeration and the four basic mathematical operations as they apply to whole numbers, fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals without the use of any calculating device. Integers, factoring, geometric figures, and measurements are included. Emphasis is placed on applications to real world problems. An introduction to the notion of algebra and its uses. Includes equations and polynomials. 90 hours lecture. (Nondegree credit course. (Letter Grade, or Pass/No Pass option.)

 

MAT-98 - Academic Excellence Seminar .5 unit

Prerequisite: None.

Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in First-Year Experience program.

Interactive seminar designed to enhance students’ learning skills and experience in mathematics. May be taken a total of two times. 27 hours laboratory. (Non-degree credit course. Pass/No Pass only.)​