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Georgia Gwinnett College    
  Feb 21, 2018
2017-2018 Georgia Gwinnett Catalog [ARCHIVED COPY]

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MATH 0997 - Support for Quantitative Reasoning - Access Reasoning

(2) Credit Hours
Prerequisite: MATH 0987  or appropriate MPI or Accuplacer scores between 28-36 on the ACCUPLACER Algebra Test
Co-requisite: MATH 1001  
This course is designed as a co-requisite course and should only be taken with MATH 1001 : Quantitative Reasoning. Students enrolling in this co-requisite course must remain enrolled in both courses for the semester. Student will not be permitted to withdraw from one of the courses (either MATH 0997 or MATH 1001 ) and not the other. Students who do not successfully complete this course will be expected to re-enroll in the co-requisite model (MATH 0997 and MATH MATH 1001 ) the following semester. This course is designed to support students taking MATH 1001 : Quantitative Reasoning with just in-time assistance. Topics will parallel topics studied in MATH 1001  as well as essential quantitative skills needed to be successful in MATH 1001 . After completing this course, the student will be able to 1: Interpret and use mathematical language appropriately, including the areas of set theory, logic, probability, and statistics. 2: Use appropriate technology in the evaluation, analysis, and synthesis of information in problem-solving situations. 3: Express and apply basic tools of logic. 4: Analysis and communicate quantitative and mathematical information presented in multiple ways (including graphical, numerical and verbal) 5: Demonstrate mathematical creativity and critical thinking to create combinatorial arguments. 6: Learn appropriate study skills to enhance the possibilities of success in the quantitative aspects of future courses.

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