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2006-2007 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
2006-2007 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MTH 125 - Probability

Introductory probability and counting theory. Theoretical and empirical probabilities and counting techniques are explored in relation to business, social sciences, and games, using such techniques as Venn diagrams, trees, and two-way charts. Discrete and continuous probability distributions, including the Normal probability distribution are also investigated. This course stresses problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, and communication. It is intended to help students think logically about numerical data and their relationships in preparation for a course in statistics.  Satisfies the Math and Science core requirement.

Prerequisites & Notes
TI 83 plus or TI 84 calculator is required. Prerequisite: Cannot be taken by students who have taken MTH126 or any 200 level math course.

   (Cr: 3)