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MATH 167 - Explorations in Mathematics - Fall 2016

Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.

Application of mathematics to topics of contemporary societal importance using quantitative methods; may include elements of management science (optimal routes, planning and scheduling), statistics (sampling/polling methods, analyzing data to make decisions), cryptography (codes used by stores, credit cards, internet security), fairness (apportionment, voting) patterns (symmetry, tessellations, fractals,), world health.
Prerequisites: High school algebra I and II.

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Above information is from 201911 term.


Sec Instructor Lecture
501 Kathryn Lynn Bollinger TR 9:35-10:50am RICH 114
502 Kathryn Lynn Bollinger TR 11:10-12:25pm RICH 114
503 Kathryn Lynn Bollinger TR 12:45-2:00pm RICH 114
504 Tamara Anthony Carter TR 2:20-3:35pm RICH 114