Metropolitan Community College - Kansas City

MCC Campus(s): Blue River, Longview, Maple Woods, Penn Valley

Contacts:

BR-Donald Miller, 604.6662

LV-Stephen Reinbold, 604.2039

MW-Cynthia Proctor, 604.3455

PV-Nancy Harrington, 604.4240

Prerequisites: MATH 20 or MATH 20L or appropriate placement test score. Application of arithmetic and mathematical processes to the solution of practical problems in general business, retailing, accounting, consumer credit, and personal finance.

Prerequisites: MATH 20 or MATH 20L or appropriate placement test score. Applications of unit conversions, ratios, percents, algebra, geometry to basic electricity, mixture rations, pressure, hydraulics, compression, comparing specifications. Applications of percents in consumer credit and personal finance.

Prerequisite: MATH 40 or MATH 40L or appropriate placement test score. Algebraic expressions, linear equations and systems of linear equations, functions, exponents, graphical analysis, Quadratic equations, factoring common factors and difference of squares, unit conversions, percents, tolerances, clearance, and inference, mean, median, mode.

Prerequisite: MATH 40 or MATH 40L or appropriate placement test score. A review of basic math operations including decimals, fractions, percents, and order of operations. Algebraic expressions, linear equations and systems of linear equations, functions, exponents, graphical analysis, quadratic equations, factoring common factors and difference of squares, unit conversions, percents, and tolerances, clearance, interference, mean, median and mode.

Prerequisite: MATH 103. Applied geometry including complex, multi-step problems, complex numbers, solutions of right and oblique triangles, ratio and proportion, radian measure, exponential and logarithmic functions (graphical approach) and practical applications.

Prerequisite: MATH 40 or MATH 40L or appropriate placement test score. Review of order of operations, scientific notation, rounding and significant digits. Review of basic area and volume formulas with applications to more general shapes. Quadratic and linear functions including piecewise definitions. Distance formula, midpoint formula, equations of circles. Map reading, contours and elevation. Classification of angles and triangles. Right triangle trigonometry. Conversions between radians and degrees/minutes/seconds and decimal degrees. Law of sines, law of cosines, arc length, vectors, and bearing. For all topics there will be an emphasis on applications appropriate to the study of land surveying.

Prerequisite: MATH 40 or MATH 40L with a grade of C or better, or satisfactory score on the math placement test.. The study of simplification of complex fractions, solutions to rational equations, solution of linear equations and inequalities with applications, solutions of absolute value equations and inequalities, quadratic functions and equations with applications, ratios and proportions, solutions of linear systems of equations with applications, rational exponents and radicals, introduction to functions and graphs, and graphing linear equations in 2 variables.

Prerequisite: MATH 40 or 40L with a grade of C or better, or satisfactory score on the math placement test. A combination of the topics in MATH 40 and MATH 110. The study of operations with polynomials, operations with

Prerequisite: MATH 110 or appropriate placement test score. Descriptive statistics, ungrouped and grouped data, elementary probability, discrete and continuous statistical inference, significance and distribution measures, regression and correlation analysis.

Prerequisite: MATH 110 or appropriate placement test score. A course designed for students seeking a liberal arts education. The objective of this course is to provide students with a mathematical experience that will include topics from algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics. This course has a strong emphasis on applications.

Prerequisite: MATH 110 or appropriate placement test score. A study of various types of equations and inequalities, functions and their inverses, theory of higher degree equations, systems of equations, determinants, logarithms and exponentials, and applications.

Prerequisite: MATH 110 or appropriate placement test score. A combination of topics in Intermediate Algebra and College Algebra. A study of various types of equations and inequalities, functions and their graphs, inverse functions, systems of equations, determinants, logarithms and exponential applications.

Prerequisite: MATH 120 or higher or appropriate placement test score. Plane geometry is strongly recommended. Angle based trigonometric functions and their inverses, multiple angle formulas, identities, conditional equations, radian

Prerequisite: MATH 119 or higher. Designed for elementary school teachers. A constructive development of the real number system beginning with the system of whole numbers; concepts from elementary number theory; applications of quantitative systems to problems in discrete mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATH 119 or higher. Designed for elementary school teachers. A development from informal geometric concepts to elements of the Euclidean deductive system; groups of congruence transformations, similarity transformations and symmetries; coordinate systems and vectors.

Prerequisite: MATH 120 or 150. Mathematical logic, sets, relations, functions, mathematical induction, Boolean algebra, algebraic structures. The theory introduced will be applied to appropriate areas of computer science.

Prerequisite: MATH 110 or appropriate placement test score. A study of various types of algebraic equations and inequalities, functions and their inverses, theory of higher degree polynomial equations, systems of equations, determinants, logarithms, exponentials and applications. A study of trigonometric functions and their inverses, formulas and identities, conditional equations, radian measure, arc length, angular velocity, function graphing and solution of triangles.

Prerequisite: MATH 120 or higher or appropriate placement test score. Quadratic, polynomial, rational exponential, and logarithmic functions used in differential and integral calculus application in business, economic and social science.

Prerequisite: MATH 130 or 150. A study of plane analytic geometry, limits, continuity, the derivative for functions of a single variable, differentials, indefinite and definite integrals, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and applications of the derivative and integral.

Prerequisite: MATH 180. A study of the calculus of elementary transcendental functions; integration by parts, by trigonometric substitution, by partial fraction and by miscellaneous substitutions; improper integrals; L' Hospital's Rule; conic sections; the transformation of axes, infinite series, parametric and polar equations and their derivatives; and graphs, area, and arc length in polar coordinates.

Mathematical topics of special interest.

Mathematical topics of special interest.

Mathematical topics of special interest.

Review of all basic mathematical operations. Fractions, decimals, proportions, and percentages. Elementary geometry (perimeter, area and volume).

Review of basic mathematical operations. Fractions, decimals, proportion, and percentages. Elementary geometry (perimeter, area and volume)

Prerequisite: MATH 190. A study of analytic geometry in three dimensions, functions of more than one variable and their calculus, directional and partial derivatives, vector functions and their calculus, two- and three-dimensional applications, multiple integrals, and line integrals.

Prerequisite: MATH 190. Solution and application of ordinary differential equations including the nth order non-homogeneous linear cases. Laplace transform, and power series methods.

Prerequisite: CSIS 223 & MATH 141. Lattice structures and graph theory, algorithms and complexity, recurrence relations, introduction to computability theory, and abstract machines. The theory introduced will be applied to appropriate areas of computer science.

Review of all basic mathematical operations. Fractions, decimals, proportions, percentages and real numbers. Elementary geometry (perimeter, area and volume). Review of all operations in real numbers. Solutions of linear equations and inequalities in one variable, using and manipulating formulas. Properties of exponential numbers, definition and basic operations with polynomials and solutions of polynomial equations by factoring. Basic operations and simplification of rational expressions. Graphing linear equations in two variables.

Prerequisites: MATH 31 & COLL 100. Continuation of Math 31 topics including a review of all basic mathematical operations. Fractions, decimals, proportions, percentages and real numbers. Elementary geometry (perimeter, area and volume). Review of all operations in real numbers. Solutions of linear equations and inequalities in one variable, using and manipulating formulas. Properties of exponential numbers, definition and basic operations with polynomials and solutions of polynomial equations by factoring. Basic operations and simplification of rational expressions. Graphing linear equations in two variables. Self-paced based on initial diagnostic assessment.

Prerequisite: MATH 20 or MATH 20L or appropriate placement test score. Review of all operations and properties of real numbers with special attention to work with signed numbers. Solutions of linear equations and inequalities in one variable, using and manipulation formulas. Properties of exponential numbers, definition and basic operations with polynomials and solution of polynomial equations by factoring. Basic operations and simplification of rational expressions. Graphing linear equations in two variables.

Prerequisite: MATH 20 or MATH 20L or appropriate placement test score. Review of operations and properties of the Real Number System. Operations on polynomials, exponents, and rational expressions. Solving and graphing linear equations. Applications are emphasized throughout the course.

Review of all basic mathematical operations. Fractions, decimals, proportions and percentages. Elementary geometry (Perimeter, area and volume). Review of all operations and properties of real numbers with special attention given to work with signed numbers. Solutions of linear equations and inequalities in one variable, using and manipulation formulas. Properties of exponential numbers, definition and basic operations with polynomials and solution of polynomial equations by factoring. Basic operations and simplification of rational expressions. Graphing linear equations in two variables. Functions and their graphs, systems of linear equations, application problems, inequalities, absolute value equations. Rational exponents, radicals, quadratic functions and equations, ratios and proportions.

Prerequisite: Math 91. Review of all basic mathematical operations. Fractions, decimals, proportions, and percentages. Elementary geometry (Perimeter, area and volume). Review of all operations and properties of real numbers with special attention given to work with signed numbers. Solutions of linear equations and inequalities in one variable, using and manipulation formulas. Properties of exponential numbers, definition and basic operations with polynomials and solution of polynomial equations by factoring. Basic operations and simplification of rational expressions. Graphing linear equations in two variables. Functions and their graphs, systems of linear equations, application problems, inequalities, absolute value equations. Rational exponents, radicals, quadratic functions and equations, ratios and proportions.

Prerequisite: MATH 92. Review of all basic mathematical operations. Fractions, decimals, proportions, and percentages. Elementary geometry (Perimeter, area and volume). Review of all operations and properties of real numbers with special attention given to work with signed numbers. Solutions of linear equations and inequalities in one variable, using and manipulation formulas. Properties of exponential numbers, definition and basic operations with polynomials and solution of polynomial equations by factoring. Basic operations and simplification of rational expressions. Graphing linear equations in two variables. Functions and their graphs, systems of linear equations, application problems, inequalities, absolute value equations. Rational exponents, radicals, quadratic functions and equations, ratios and proportions.