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California State University, Sacramento

 

Area B: The Physical Universe and its Life Forms

Area B – 4 Mathematical concepts and quantitative reasoning

  1. Is an introductory or survey course with no college level prerequisites.

  2. Has an intermediate algebra prerequisite.

  3. Develops basic mathematical or logical concepts, quantitative reasoning skills, and has general applicability in solving problems.

  4. Develops computational skills or competence in the analysis of arguments.

Students will:

  1. Solve basic mathematical problems

  2. Apply quantitative reasoning and logical concepts in solving problems or analyzing arguments.

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