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2016-2017 University Catalog 
    
2016-2017 University Catalog [Archived Catalogue]

SIFT 106 Fundamentals of Mathematics

Division of Liberal Arts

3 credits 45.0 hours
100 level undergraduate course

The Scientific Inquiry Foundation Track (SIFT) serves as a foundation for future studies in the natural and social sciences and in mathematics and for life-long learning. Scholarship in these scientific disciplines have influenced our culture in significant ways - both directly as a result of ongoing research and indirectly as new scientific ideas and theories are developed and applied within the context of important issues and concerns in the larger society. An introduction to the fundamental mathematical principles and operations used in undergraduate courses in the physical and social sciences. Topics include sets, logic, probability, statistics, number theory, algebra, and geometry. The course includes a module on scientific method which is common to all SIFT courses.

Requires enrollment in an undergraduate degree program. Completion of FYWT*009 if required by English placement exam. Completion of FYWT 100 if required by English placement exam
This course is not repeatable for credit.
This course is equated with the following courses: SIFT*111, SIFT*101, LACR*221, SIFT*102, SIFT*103, SIFT*104, LACR*224, SIFT*105, SIFT*106, LACR*226, SIFT*107, LACR*227, SIFT*108, SIFT*109, LACR*229, LACR*229, LACR*229, LACR*229, LACR*22X, SIFT*110, LACR*220, LACR*221, LACR*222, LACR*223, LACR*224, LACR*225, LACR*226, LACR*227, LACR*228, LACR*229, LACR*230