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Courses: Math Applications (MAT-113)

Math Applications (MAT-113)
A course in the essentials of mathematics. Topics covered include algebra, linear equations, ratios, proportions, percents, word problems, critical thinking skills, sales taxes, property taxes, weekly wages, payroll deductions, depreciation, checking accounts, trade and cash discounts, markups, markdowns, and simple interest. This course is intended for students in the Associate in Applied Science degree programs. Prerequisites: MAT 015, or MAT 017 or required score on Algebra Placement Test. 3 lecture hours per week. 3 credit hours. NOTE: This course fulfills a general education requirement for AAS degree candidates only.

Course Name: MAT-113
Departments: Math
Course Types: Math Gen Ed 3 Credit
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Prerequisites: MAT-015 or MAT-017 or required score on Algebra Placement Test
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