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MATH 120 Quantitative Reasoning


Quantitative Reasoning surveys the ways that mathematics is used in the real world. As our society grows more technologically complex, the ability to interpret and analyze quantitative information has become an increasingly essential skill for citizenship. The goal of this course is to develop the reasoning capacity, critical thinking skills, and statistical literacy needed to make sense of issues that routinely appear in the media. Essential topics in consumer mathematics will also be covered.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 56-1728
MA
Prerequisites MATH 101 Basic Math Skills  or ACCU-T-34 EXAM-ACCUPLACER MATH MINIMUM SCORE = 34  or ACT-M-17 EXAM-ACT MATH MINIMUM SCORE = 17  or SAT-M-420 EXAM-SAT MATH MINIMUM SCORE = 420  or CMPS-M-34 EXAM-CMPS MATH MINIMUM SCORE = 34  
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3



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