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Finite Mathematics
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Math 1300

About this Course
Math 1300 introduces students to mathematical topics, concepts and algorithms relevant to business management and the social sciences.  These include financial mathematics, linear algebra, linear programming, combinatorics, probability and statistics.

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Syllabus & Grading

Textbook
Finite Mathematics and Calculus & Its Applications, Custom Edition for the University of Missouri, MU Bookstore

MyMathLab access code is required for this course.  Students may purchase a package that includes the MyMathLab access code and an online textbook or a package that includes MyMathLab access code and a loose leaf textbook.

Sections Covered

  • 10.1: Interest
  • 10.2: Annuities
  • 10.3: Amortization of Loans
  • 10.4: Personal Financial Decisions
  • 2.1:  Systems of Linear Equations
  • 2.2:  General Systems of Linear Equations
  • 2.3:  Arithmetic Operations on Matrices
  • 2.4:  Inverses of Matrices
  • 2.5:  Gauss-Jordan Method
  • 3.1:  Introduction to Linear Programming
  • 3.2:  Fundamental Theorem of Linear Programming
  • 3.3:  Linear Programming Applications
  • 5.1:  Sets
  • 5.2:  Fundamental Principles of Counting
  • 5.3:  Venn Diagrams and Counting
  • 5.4:  Multiplication Principle
  • 5.5:  Permutations and Combinations
  • 5.6:  Additional Counting Techniques
  • 6.1:  Experiments, Outcomes and Events
  • 6.2:  Assignment of Probabilities
  • 6.3:  Calculation of Probabilities
  • 6.4:  Conditional Probabilities and Independence
  • 6.5:  Tree Diagrams
  • 7.1:  Visual Representations of Data
  • 7.2:  Frequency and Probability Distributions
  • 7.3:  Binomial Random Variables
  • 7.4:  Measures of Central Tendency (Mean, Median)
  • 7.5:  Measures of Dispersion (Variance, Standard Deviation)