MATH 0530 - Learning Support for Introductory Statistics
3 sem hrs cr
This course is a study of the properties of the real number system, arithmetic operations with rational numbers and order of operations; evaluation and simplification of variable expressions; determining solutions of linear equations in one variable; graphing linear equations; solving literal equations; creating graphical representations of data; calculating mean, median and mode; operations with percentages; problem solving; polynomial arithmetic; operations with integer exponents.
MATH 0530 is the mandatory co-requisite course for those Learning Support Mathematics students enrolled in MATH 1530 . A learning support course is required for students whose ACT or ACCUPLACER mathematics scores indicate a need for co-requisite mathematics coursework. Topics include real number operations, manipulation of algebraic expressions, graph analysis, equation solving, and critical thinking. Students must demonstrate mastery of all required competencies in order to earn a passing grade.
Students enrolled in MATH 0530 must also be enrolled in MATH 1530 during the same semester. Any degree seeking student enrolled in a Learning Support course must also enroll in MSCC 1300 First Year Experience , during his or her first semester.
This course includes proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student.
Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
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