Math 30

Mathematics 30-1 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Recommendation: Math 20-C

For students requiring calculus in University.

Students in Mathematics 20-1 will study the following topics:

  • Transformations 
  • Radical functions 
  • Rational functions 
  • Polynomials 
  • Exponential and Logarithmic functions 
  • Trigonometry 
  • Permutations and combinations

Mathematics 30-2 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Recommendation:  Mathematics 20-2

For students planning on University programs not requiring calculus.

Students in Mathematics 20-2 study the following topics:

  • Logical thinking and Game theory 
  • Set Theory 
  • Permutations and combinations 
  • Probability 
  • Rational expressions 
  • Polynomials 
  • Trigonometry

Mathematics 30-3 (5 credits)

Prerequisite Recommendation: Mathematics 20-3

For students planning on trades.

Students in Mathematics 24 study the following topics:

  • Financial Mathematics, Leasing and mortgages 
  • Owning a business 
  • Budget 
  • Accuracy and precision in measurement, 
  • Trigonometry 
  • Data analysis and probability 
  • Spreadsheet
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