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Math Course Descriptions

MAT 90 Basic Mathematics (3) (non-matriculating) 
Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score
Description: Provides students with a strong foundation in basic mathematical concepts and processes for real numbers that include absolute value, whole numbers, integers, fractions, decimals, mixed numbers, number conversion, and order of operations. Students must receive Credit (CR) to move to the next course. This course is non-matriculating; the credits do not count towards graduation.

MAT 97A Introductory Algebra (3) (non-matriculating)
Prerequisite: MAT 90 with Credit (CR), or appropriate placement score
Description: Prepares students for FIN 101 (Prerequisite). Provides students with a strong foundation in mathematical concepts and processes for introductory algebraic expressions that include terms, first degree linear equations, linear inequalities, graphing, consumer and business formulas, and geometry, as well as a basic understanding of statistical terms. Students must receive Credit (CR) to move to the next course. This course is non-matriculating; the credits do not count towards graduation.

MAT 97B Introductory Algebra (4) (non-matriculating)
Prerequisite: MAT 90 with Credit (CR), or appropriate placement score
Description: Prepares students for MAT 104 or MAT 106. In addition to Math 97A concepts and processes listed in the above description, Math 97B covers foundational material for exponents, polynomials, and quadratic equations. Students must receive Credit (CR) to move to the next course. This course is non-matriculating; the credits do not count towards graduation.

MAT 104 Intermediate Algebra (3)
Prerequisite: MAT 97B with Credit (CR), appropriate placement score
Description: Prepares students for MAT 110. Covers rules of operation, functions, systems of equations, linear equations, quadratic equations, inequalities, equations of lines; exponents, polynomials, rational expressions, radical expressions, graphing, exponential and logarithmic functions, and conic sections.

MAT 106 Quantitative Analysis (3)
Prerequisite: MAT 97B with Credit (CR), or appropriate placement score
Description: Provides an application-based program centered on the use of mathematics to model change in the real world and the effective communication of mathematical ideas. The course is primarily intended for students who plan to continue their studies in the areas of social and behavioral science, the health sciences or the humanities. This course is designed to satisfy the quantitative reasoning course requirements for a General Studies Associate of Science degree or an Associate of Science in Integrated Studies degree and for students who, with the exception of a statistics class, will not take any further mathematics courses at a four-year college or university.

MAT 110 College Algebra (4)
Prerequisite: MAT 104 with a B- or higher (can test out; see program director), or appropriate placement score
Description: Covers equations and their applications, inequalities, systems of equations, matrix analysis, partial fraction decomposition, conic sections, sequences, counting theory, probability, and the binomial theorem. Also covers polynomial, rational, radical, logarithmic, and exponential functions and their graphs.

MAT 111 Calculus (3)
Prerequisite: MAT 110 with a B- or higher (can test out; see program director), or appropriate placement score
Description: Covers calculus designed primarily for business students. Covers limits, continuity, derivatives, integrals and their applications. The applications include optimization, optimization with several variables, curve sketching, rates of change, finance, and area between curves.

MAT 252 Statistics (3)
Prerequisite: MAT 110 with a B- or higher (can test out; see program director), or appropriate placement score
Description: Introduces statistics. Covers methods of sampling, data collection and display, measures of central tendency and dispersion, frequency distributions and graphs, probability, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, correlation, linear regression, and computer applications.
 

LDS Business College (LDSBC) is located in downtown Salt Lake City, three blocks west of Temple Square.

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LDS Business College
95 North 300 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84101-3500

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