MTH 1151 - Finite Mathematics

This course is designed primarily for those students majoring in business, social and behavioral sciences, and nonphysical sciences. It is not designed to be taken by mathematics majors. This course emphasizes the concepts and applications of mathematics rather than mathematical structures. The following topics are covered: vectors, determinants, matrices and matrix algebra; systems of linear equations and matrices; systems of inequalities and linear programming; simplex method, set theory, Venn Diagrams, logic and Boolean algebra; counting and probability theory; stochastic processes; game theory; Markov chain methods; mathematical modeling; and the mathematics of finance. Technology will be used throughout the course. PREREQUISITE: PRE 0415 Elementary Geometry and MTH 1102 College Algebra with a grade of C or better, or sufficient score on the placement test,or consent of instructor.

IAI Codes - Illinois Articulation Initiative (If applicable)
M1 906