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MT 113 Overview

This course is intended to give students the mathematical tools they will need for success in the health sciences. The course stresses formula manipulation and problem solving using algebraic, geometric, and statistical techniques with a special focus on applications to health care professions. Topics include linear, rational, exponential, and logarithmic equations, ratios and proportions, direct and inverse variation, basic geometry, and statistics. Prerequisite: MT 095, MT 106, MT 107 or higher math placement.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • MT

Sections

Applied Algebra for Health Sciences - 2021 Fall MT 113

This course is intended to give students the mathematical tools they will need for success in the health sciences. The course stresses formula manipulation and problem solving using algebraic, geometric, and statistical techniques with a special focus on applications to health care professions. Topics include linear, rational, exponential, and logarithmic equations, ratios and proportions, direct and inverse variation, basic geometry, and statistics.

Course Code: MT 113

11/8/2021 - 12/19/2021

Online

RN to BSN students only

Applied Algebra for Health Sciences - 2021 Fall MT 113

This course is intended to give students the mathematical tools they will need for success in the health sciences. The course stresses formula manipulation and problem solving using algebraic, geometric, and statistical techniques with a special focus on applications to health care professions. Topics include linear, rational, exponential, and logarithmic equations, ratios and proportions, direct and inverse variation, basic geometry, and statistics.

Course Code: MT 113

11/8/2021 - 12/19/2021

Online

BSRT students only