MATH 0100

A World of Mathematics

A World of Mathematics
How long will oil last? What is the fairest voting system? How can we harvest food and other resources sustainably? To explore such real-world questions we will study a variety of mathematical ideas and methods, including modeling, logical analysis, discrete dynamical systems, and elementary statistics. This is an alternative first mathematics course for students not pursuing the calculus sequence in their first semester. The only prerequisite is an interest in exploring contemporary issues using the mathematics that lies within those issues. (Approval required; This course is not open to students who have had a prior course in calculus or statistics.) 3 hrs lect./disc.
Natural Sciences
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Equivalent Courses:
INTD 0100


Spring 2022

MATH0100A-S22 Lecture (Crodelle)

Fall 2019

MATH0100A-F19 Lecture (Albert)

Fall 2018

MATH0100A-F18 Lecture (Albert)

Fall 2017

MATH0100A-F17 Lecture (Albert)

Fall 2015

MATH0100A-F15 Lecture (Albert)

Fall 2014

MATH0100A-F14 Lecture (Albert)

Fall 2013

MATH0100A-F13 Lecture (Albert)

Fall 2012

MATH0100A-F12 Lecture (Albert)

Fall 2011

MATH0100A-F11 Lecture (Albert)

Fall 2010

MATH0100A-F10 Lecture (Albert)

Fall 2009

MATH0100A-F09 Lecture (Albert)