**SUMMER 2002 CLASS SCHEDULE**

Mathematics ALL CLASSES

MATH 5 |
Introduction to Statistics |

Descriptive analysis and presentation of either single-variable data or bivariate data, probability, probability distributions, normal probability distributions, sample variability, statistical inferences involving one and two populations, analysis of variance, linear correlation and regression analysis. Statistical computer software will be extensively integrated as a tool in the description and analysis of data. CAN: STAT 2 |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 233 |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

8101 | LEC |
CH109 |
LUND R |
12.00 |
3.0 |
DAILY |
0800A-1010A | 15 | GIL | Full term |

9026 | LEC | MHV104 | BEAVERS D | 12.00 | 3.0 | MTuWTh | 0630P-0920P | 15 65 | MHV | Full term |

MATH 9 |
College Algebra and Trigonometry |

Math 9 is the first step in preparing students for the study of calculus by providing important skills in algebraic manipulation and interpretation at the college level. Topics will include a review of basic algebraic concepts; lines; polynomial and rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; trigonometric functions, identities, inverse functions and equations; applications of trigonometry; systems of equations and matrices; conic sections; sequences, series and combinatorics. Hand-held graphing calculators will be used extensively to highlight their strengths and their limitations as a problem-solving tool. Real world applications will be numerous. |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 233 |

Advisory: |
Mathematics 209 (May be concurrent) |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

8102 | LEC |
PH101 |
KERCHEVAL S |
15.00 |
5.0 |
DAILY |
0800A-1050A | 15 | GIL | Full term |

MATH 10 |
Functional Analysis and Modeling |

Math 10 prepares students for the study of calculus by providing important critical thinking and problem solving skills. The central theme of the course is the analysis of mathematical functions as models of change. Families of functions - linear, exponential, logarithmic, power, periodic, polynomial, rational - will be introduced, compared and contrasted. Course content will include an introduction to functions and functional notation; transformation of functions; composite, inverse and combinations of functions; vectors and polar coordinates; series; parametric equations; complex numbers. Hand-held graphing calculators will be used extensively to highlight their strengths and their limitations as a problem-solving tool. Real world applications will be numerous. |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 9 and proficiency with the TI-83 graphing calculator as gained from, for instance, Math 209. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

8154 | LEC |
SS110 |
DACHKOVA E |
13.50 |
3.0 |
DAILY |
0900A-1145A | GIL | 06/17/02 - 07/12/02 |

MATH 12 |
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers |

This course is intended for students preparing for a career in elementary school teaching. Emphasis will be on the structure of the real number system, numeration systems, elementary number theory, and problem solving techniques. Technology will be integrated throughout the course. |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 208, or successful completion of a high school geometry course and Mathematics 233. |

Transferable: |
CSU; UC |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

9054 | LEC |
MHV100 |
KERCHEVAL S |
9.00 |
3.0 |
M WTh |
0630P-0920P | 65 | MHV | Full term |

MATH 205 |
Elementary Algebra |

Operations with signed numbers, evaluation of expression containing numbers and letters, simplifying algebraic expressions, equations, word problems, exponents, polynomials, factoring and special products, fractions, graphing, systems of equations, radicals, and quadratic equations. Mathematics 205, 205A, 205B and 206 have similar course content. This course may not be taken by students who have completed Mathematics 205B or 206 with a grade of "C" or better. This course may be taken for Mathematics 205B credit (2.5 units) by those students who have successfully completed Mathematics 205A with a grade of "C" or better. |

Advisory: |
Mathematics 402 or assessment test recommendation. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

8103 | LEC |
CH109 |
KING K |
15.00 |
5.0 |
DAILY |
1030A-0120P | GIL | Full term | |

9027 | LEC | SS206 | STAFF | 15.00 | 5.0 | MTuWTh | 0600P-0920P | GIL | Full term |

MATH 208 |
Survey of Practical Geometry |

A survey of practical geometry with an emphasis on applications to other disciplines and everyday life. Parallel lines, triangles, circles, polygons, three dimensional figures, vectors, and right triangle trigonometry will be covered. There will be a weekly lab. |

Advisory: |
Mathematics 205 |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

8104 | L/L |
PH102 |
WANG C |
12.00 |
3.0 |
MTuWTh |
1030A-0120P | GIL | Full term |

MATH 233 |
Intermediate Algebra |

Review of basic concepts, linear equations and inequalities, graphs and functions, systems of linear equations, polynomials and polynomial functions, factoring, roots, radicals, and complex numbers, solving quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions. |

Prerequisite: |
Mathematics 205 or Mathematics 205A and 205B or Mathematics 206 |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

8105 | LEC |
PH103 |
LUND R |
12.00 |
4.0 |
MTuWTh |
1030A-0120P | 15 | GIL | Full term |

8153 | LEC | HOL1 | BRUSCIA L | 12.00 | 4.0 | DAILY | 0800A-1020A | 57 | HOL | Full term |

9028 | LEC | MHV102 | STORFER R | 12.00 | 4.0 | MTuWTh | 0630P-0920P | 15 65 | MHV | Full term |

MATH 400 |
Elements of Arithmetic |

Essential arithmetic operations, whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratio and proportion, percent, applications of arithmetic, and critical thinking. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree and/or other certain certificate requirements. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

9029 | L/L |
SS111 |
ELLIOTT M |
12.00 |
3.0 |
MTuWTh |
0630P-0920P | GIL | Full term |

MATH 402 |
Pre-Algebra |

Integers, fractions, decimals, percentages, exponents, scientific notation, order of operations, variables, expressions, polynomials, equations, critical thinking and applications. |

Advisory: |
Mathematics 400. |

Transferable: |
No |

Sect# |
Type |
Room |
Instructor |
Hours |
Units |
Days |
Time Start-End |
Footnotes |
Campus |
Date Start-End |

8106 | L/L |
LI171 |
BRUSCIA L |
12.00 |
3.0 |
DAILY |
1100A-0120P | GIL | Full term |

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