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MATH 1333
Mathematics for Liberal Arts
Three semester hours. (FL/SS)
This course is designed to enhance mathematical literacy and to stimulate interest in and appreciation for mathematics and quantitative reasoning as valuable tools for addressing issues in a constantly changing society. Topics may include, at an introductory level: 1) logical reasoning and problem solving through mathematical games and puzzles; 2) counting and number concepts (number theory and infinity); 3) geometry (Euclidean/non-Euclidean/fractal geometrics, and topology); and 4) probability and statistics. Prerequisite: MATH 1314.

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