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MATH 3 | COLLEGE ALGEBRA | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 131 or 132C or 133B or 134B or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Recommended Preparation: Math 139. |
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Functions, relations and graphs; inverse functions; inequalities; theory of equations; introduction to matrices; determinants; binomial theorem; sequences and series; permutations and combinations; probability. For mathematics and science majors, but open to all qualified students. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor. | ||

MATH 5A | CALCULUS | 5.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 7B, Math 9, or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Limits and continuity; differentiation and integration of algebraic functions; applications. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC | ||

MATH 5B | CALCULUS | 5.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 5A or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Differentiation and integration of trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and hyperbolic functions, techniques of integration, indeterminate forms and infinite series. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC | ||

MATH 5C | CALCULUS | 5.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 5B or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Parametric equations, polar coordinates, vectors and vector calculus, partial differentiation, multiple integration, GreenÃ†s theorem, divergence theorem of Gauss, StokesÃ† theorem. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC | ||

MATH 7A | MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 1 | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 139 and one of the following: Math 131 or Math 133B or Math 134B; or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Algebraic, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions; inverses of functions; equations and inequalities involving transcendental functions; zeros of polynomials; graphing techniques; angle measure; mathematical modeling. For mathematics and science majors, but open to all qualified students. No credit if taken after Math 9. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor. | ||

MATH 7B | MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 2 | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 7A. |
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Trigonometric Identities and Equations, Solutions of Triangles, Polar Coordinates, Conic Sections, Parametric Equations, Sequences and Series, Mathematical induction, solutions to linear and non-linear systems, vectors and their applications. For mathematics and science majors, but open to all qualified students. Total of 90 hours lecture. No credit if taken after Math 9. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor. | ||

MATH 8 | TRIGONOMETRY | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 131 or Math 132C or Math 133B or Math 134B, and Math 139; or placement based on the assessment process. |
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Recommended Preparation: Math 3. |
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Functions, relations and graphs, inverse functions; trigonometric functions, identities and equations; solution of triangles, inverse trigonometric functions; complex numbers, DeMoivre's Theorem; introduction to vectors; topics in analytic geometry including parametric equations and polar coordinates. For mathematics and science majors but open to all qualified students. No credit if taken after Math 7A or 7B. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU | ||

MATH 9 | PRECALCULUS MATHEMATICS | 5.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 8 or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Algebraic, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions; inverse functions; zeros and graphs of functions; inequalities; matrices; determinants; sequences and series; binomial theorem; mathematical induction; topics in analytic geometry including curve sketching and conic sections. No credit if taken after Math 7A or 7B. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor. | ||

MATH 10 | LINEAR ALGEBRA AND APPLICATIONS | 5.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 5B. |
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Vector spaces, linear transformations, determinants, solutions of systems of equations, algebra of matrices. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU, UC | ||

MATH 12 | FINITE MATH | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 131 or 132C or 133B or 134B or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Equations, graphs and functions. Exponential and logarithmic functions. Compound interest, annuities, amortization. Systems of equations, matrix operations, inverses, Leontief input-output analysis. Linear inequalities, Linear programming, the Simplex Method. Counting techniques, probability, random variables. Bayes' Formula, Markov Chains. Strictly determined and mixed strategy games. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC | ||

MATH 15 | MATHEMATICS FOR LIBERAL ARTS MAJORS | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 131 or 132C or 133B or 134B or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Skills and techniques for problem solving using mathematical methods and reasoning, including: geometry and logic; probability and statistics; set theory; finance math; and Algebra. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC | ||

MATH 20 | INDEPENDENT STUDY | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of any college level math course and permission of division dean. |
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Faculty-guided survey of contemporary mathematical topics and student research. Total of 108 hours laboratory. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC limitations. See counselor | ||

MATH 22 | DISCRETE MATHEMATICS | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 3 or Math 7A or CS 2 or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Study of finite mathematical systems. Includes set theory logic, combinatorics, relations and functions, matrix algebra, Boolean algebra, recursion, graph theory. For mathematics and computer science majors, but open to all qualified students. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC | ||

MATH 38 | FOUNDATIONS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS | 5.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 15, and Math 139; or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Meets the mathematics requirements for the elementary teaching credential by using problem-solving techniques to develop skills in the following categories: rational and real number systems; measurement; calculators; geometry; patterns and functions; statistics and probability; logic; algebra; and the teaching of mathematics through discovery-based learning. This course requires a great deal of writing, prior completion of English 1A is suggested. Total of 90 hours lecture and 54 hours of laboratory. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC | ||

MATH 55 | DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 5.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 5C and Math 10. |
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Ordinary differential equations with emphasis on the linear equation and its applications in engineering and physics, series solutions, Laplace transforms, Fourier series and their application in partial differential equations. No credit if taken after Math 55H. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU, UC | ||

MATH 55H | HONORS DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 5.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 5C and Math 10. |
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Ordinary and partial differential equations, nonlinear differential equations, systems of differential equations, series solutions, Laplace transforms, numerical solutions, Fourier series, functional and harmonic analysis, Sturm-Liouville theory, chaotic dynamical systems, and an introduction to Hilbert spaces; taught with the rigor, breadth and depth expected of an honors course. For students going into research in mathematics, physics, astronomy, chemistry, geology and other pure and applied sciences, but open to all qualified students. No credit if taken after Math 55. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor. | ||

MATH 110 | SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN MATH, ENGINEERING & SCIENCE | 1.0 |

Development of essential study techniques for success in math, engineering, and science courses. Orientation to computer based technologies, career planning, time management, textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. No credit if taken after Math 330 or Math 331. Total of 18 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 125 | BEGINNING ALGEBRA | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 402 or 400B, or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Simplifying linear, polynomial, rational, and radical expressions. Using properties of exponents. Factoring polynomials. Applications and solving of linear, rational, radical, and quadratic equations. Graphing linear equations and solving systems of linear equations. Maximum credit for Math 125, 127AB, and 128AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 127B or Math 128B. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 127A | BEGINNING ALGEBRA I | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 402 or 400B, or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Simplifying linear and polynomial expressions; using properties of exponents; applications and solving linear equations; graphing linear equations and solving systems of linear equations. Maximum credit for Math 125, 127AB, and 128AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 125 or Math 128A. Total of 54 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 127B | BEGINNING ALGEBRA II | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 127A or Math 128A. |
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Simplifying rational and radical expressions; factoring polynomials; applications and solving rational, radical, and quadratic equations. Maximum credit for Math 125, 127AB, and 128AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 125, or 127B. Total of 54 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 128A | BEGINNING ALGEBRA I | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 402 or Math 400B, or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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A computer-assisted beginning algebra course. To satisfy the Beginning Algebra requirement, students must complete Math 128A and Math 128B. Topics include: simplifying linear and polynomial expressions; using properties of exponents; applications and solving linear equations; graphing linear equations and solving systems of linear equations. Maximum credit for Math 125, 127AB, and 128AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 125 or Math 128A. Total of 45 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 128B | BEGINNING ALGEBRA II | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 128A or Math 127A. |
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A computer-assisted beginning algebra course. To satisfy the Beginning Algebra requirement, students must complete Math 128A and Math 128B. Topics include: simplifying rational and radical expressions; factoring polynomials; applications and solving rational, radical, and quadratic equations. Maximum credit for Math 125, 127AB, and 128AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 125, or 127B. Total of 45 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 131 | INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 125 or Math 127B or Math 128B or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Solving nonlinear equations such as rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic equations. Applications of nonlinear equations. Operations on and graphs of functions. Maximum credit for Math 131, 133AB, and 134AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 133B or 134B. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 133A | INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 125 or Math 127B or Math 128B or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Linear and absolute value equations and inequalities, factoring, rational expressions and applications, operations on and graphs of functions. No credit if taken after Math 131 or Math 134A. Total of 54 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 133B | INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA II | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 133A or Math 134A. |
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Radical expressions and applications, completing the square, exponential and logarithmic functions and applications, complex numbers. No credit if taken after Math 131 or Math 134B. Total of 54 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 134A | INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 125 or Math 127B or Math 128B or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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A computer-assisted intermediate algebra course. Linear and absolute value equations and inequalities, factoring, rational expressions and applications, operations on and graphs of functions. Maximum credit for Math 131, 133AB, and 134AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 131 or Math 133B. Total of 45 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 134B | INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA II | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 133A or Math 134A. |
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A computer-assisted intermediate algebra course. Radical expressions and applications, completing the square, exponential and logarithmic functions and applications, complex numbers. Maximum credit for Math 131, 133AB, and 134AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 131 or Math 133B. Total of 45 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 139 | PLANE GEOMETRY | 3.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 125 or Math 126C or Math 127B or Math 128B. |
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Geometric facts necessary for advanced work in mathematics. Deductive process emphasized. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 141 | SURVEY OF MATHEMATICAL IDEAS | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 125 or Math 127B or Math 128B or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Study of practical applications of mathematics, including topics in finance, probability and statistics, and geometry. Additional topics may include graph theory, health and nutrition, voting, history of mathematics, and logic. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 171A | EXPLORING TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS | 3.0 |

Exploratory course: Specific topic identified in Schedule of Classes.Lecture focusing on topics of current and general interest. Pass/no pass grading.Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 171B | EXPLORING TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS | 2.0 |

Exploratory course: Specific topic identified in Schedule of Classes.Lecture focusing on topics of current and general interest. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 45 hours of lecture. | ||

MATH 171C | EXPLORING TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS | 1.0 |

Exploratory course: Specific topic identified in Schedule of Classes.Lecture focusing on topics of current and general interest. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 18 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory. | ||

MATH 330 | SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA | 2.0 |

Corequisite: Math 125. |
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Development and rigorous practice of essential study techniques and course material for success in Elementary Algebra. Integration of web-based supplemental instruction, life management skills, strategies for successful classroom experience, and critical thinking/problem solving strategies. No credit if taken after Math 110. For students admitted to the Math Path program but open to all qualified students. Credit/no credit grading. Total of 45 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 331 | SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA | 2.0 |

Corequisite: Math 131. |
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Development and rigorous practice of essential study techniques and course material for success in Intermediate Algebra. Integration of web-based supplemental instruction, life management skills, strategies for successful classroom experience, and critical thinking/problem solving strategies. No credit if taken after Math 110. For students admitted to the Math Path program but open to all qualified students. Credit/no credit grading. Total of 45 hours of lecture. | ||

MATH 332 | SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 1 | 2.0 |

Corequisite: Math 7A. |
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Development and rigorous practice of essential study techniques and course material for success in Mathematical Analysis 1. Integration of supplemental instruction, life management skills, and intermediate-level critical thinking/problem solving strategies. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 45 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 333 | SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 2 | 2.0 |

Corequisite: Math 7B. |
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Development and rigorous practice of essential study techniques and course material for success in Mathematical Analysis 2. Integration of supplemental instruction, life management skills, and intermediate-level critical thinking/problem solving strategies. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 45 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 400A | PREALGEBRA I | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 450, or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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An individualized computer-based program in prealgebra; basic algebraic skills involving fundamental mathematical operations with integers, fractions, decimals, and percents. Simplifying algebraic expressions and solving equations. Maximum credit for Math 402, 401ABC, and 400AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 402, 401B, 401C, or 400B. Math 400A and Math 400B are 2 units each with a total of 45 hours lecture per semester. | ||

MATH 400B | PREALGEBRA II | 2.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 400A. |
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An individualized computer-based program in basic algebraic skills involving fundamental mathematical operations with integers, fractions, decimals, and percents. Simplifying algebraic expressions and solving equations. Maximum credit for Math 402, 401ABC, and 400AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 402, 401C, or 400B. Math 400A and Math 400B are 2 units each with a total of 45 hours lecture per semester. | ||

MATH 402 | PREALGEBRA | 4.0 |

Prerequisite: Math 450, or placement based on the Math assessment process. |
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Basic algebraic skills involving fundamental mathematical operations with integers, fractions, decimals, and percents. Simplifying algebraic expressions and solving equations. Maximum credit for Math 402 and 400AB is 4 units. No credit if taken after Math 400B. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 429 | SKILLS FOR SUCCESS IN PREALGEBRA | 2.0 |

Corequisite: Math 402. |
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Development and rigorous practice of essential study techniques and course material for success in Prealgebra; web-based supplemental instruction; life management skills; strategies for successful classroom experience, and critical thinking/problem solving strategies. No credit if taken after Math 110. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 45 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 450 | NUMERICAL FOUNDATIONS | 4.0 |

Building whole number arithmetic skills. Includes a brief introduction to fractions, decimals and percents and incorporates study skills for success in mathematics courses. Total of 90 hours lecture. | ||

MATH 490 | PREALGEBRA HOMEWORK LABORATORY | 1.0 |

Corequisite: Math 402. |
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Development of basic math skills for students in prealgebra through the use of the Homework Lab. Individualized instruction using computer software and an instructor. Total of 54 hours laboratory. | ||

MATH 900 | APPLIED MATH LAB | 0.0 |

Corequisite: Math 5ABC, 8, or, 9. |
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Development of math skills through the use of the Applied Math Lab.Required enrollment in: Math 5ABC, 8, or 9. | ||