# MATH 151 Survey of Mathematics

Integrated concept-based mathematics course that promotes quantitative literacy. College algebra concepts are taught contextually as the language and symbolism of mathematics. Real systems are modeled to develop topics chosen from logic, sets, counting methods, problem solving, statistics, and probability. Experiential activities consolidate core concepts within a collaborative learning environment. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 099 or test above Intermediate Algebra. (NS, QS)

### Credits

5

### Outcomes

- Use inductive reasoning and other strategies for solving problems.
- Interpret basic concepts of set theory.
- Evaluate statements and quantifiers using introductory logic.
- Identify and use various numeration and mathematical systems.
- Apply number theory to solve problems.
- Use real numbers and their representations to solve problems.
- Apply the basic concepts of algebra to solve problems.
- Graph functions and systems of equations and inequalities.