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MAT156-A Statistics 3 This course is designed to provide you with a foundation of statistical concepts and procedures that can aid the student as both a consumer and producer of statistical information. The emphasis is on collecting data, descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions, estimating, hypothesis testing, and regression analysis. MAT165-A Business Calculus 3 Business Calculus with Applications is designed for students in business, social sciences, and life sciences. Topics covered in this course are limits, derivatives, and applications of the derivative related to business, social science, and the life sciences, integration, and applications of the integral to business, social science, and the life sciences. A graphing calculator is required. MAT166-A Calculus for Bus. & Social Science 5 A study of functions, limits, continuity, differentiation, and integration. Emphasis is on theory and applications throughout. This course is designed to satisfy the Calculus requirement for most non-math and non-engineering major students. MAT210-A Calculus I 4 This course is designed to provide you with a basic knowledge of calculus. Topics covered include the notion of limit, the derivative, and the integral as well as practical applications of these concepts. Topics will be approached from numerical, graphical, and analytical standpoints. Prerequisite: MAT121-A. MAT211-A Calculus I 5 A review of analytic geometry and functions; a study of limits, continuity, differentiation, and integration. Emphasis on theory, applications, and computer use throughout. Prerequisite: MAT121-A MAT216-A Calculus II 4 The study of calculus is expanded in this course to include more advanced topics. Topics include techniques of integration, infinite series, analytic geometry, and polar coordinates. The emphasis of the course will be on problem solving techniques and theory. Prerequisite: MAT210-A or an equivalent Calculus I course MAT219-A Calculus III 4 A continuation of Calculus II, this is the final course in the series. Topics include solid analytic geomerty, moments, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, and vector analysis. A graphing calculator is required. Prerequsite: MAT216-A MAT225-A Differential Equations 3 Differential Equations studies elementary theory and applications of ordinary differential equations, matrices and solutions of linear equations and Eigenvalue methods for systems of linear differential equations. MAT227-A Differential Equations 4 Elementary Differential Equations and Laplace Transform covers elementary theory and applications of ordinary differential equations, matrices and solutions of linear equations, Eigenvalue methods for systems of linear differential equations Laplace transforms and series solutions. Prerequisite: MAT216-A MAT772-C Applied Math 3 This course is designed to acquaint the student with the mathematics necessary to function within technical careers and to become a more aware consumer. Topics include: review of arithmetic operations; measurement; metric system; fundamentals of geometry; introductory statistics and probability; graphs; and elementary algebra concepts with emphasis on applications. MAT925-A Honors Research 1 In this course, the student will work independently with a chosen Arts & Sciences mathematics instructor on a mathematics project designed by the student and instructor. Manufacturing Technology ______________________________________________________ MFG122-E Machine Trade Print Reading I 3 This basic course begins with terminology, abbreviations, and the alphabet of lines. Interpretations of drawings progresses from single-view drawings to multi-view projections. Orthographic projection and pictorial interpretation is facilitated through visualization exercises. Dimensioning methods and their effect on tolerance accumulation is also studied. Surface texture symbols, welding symbols, casting drawings, sectional views, steel specifications, thread specifications, drawing revisions, metric drawings, and computer-aided drawings are introduced. MFG123-E Product Design & Development I 2 Product Design & Development I is designed to introduce students to the integrated, information-driven approach to all aspects of a product's life, from the design through manufacture, deployment, and maintenance with the culmination of the product’s removal from service and final disposal. During the course, students will have the opportunity to participate in transforming a designer’s idea into a marketable product during a mock corporate activity. The primary emphasis of the course is placed on an understanding of the major activities of research and development, production, marketing, financial affairs, and industrial relations along with the entrepreneurial spirit required to succeed in today’s global market-place. This is the first course in a two-course sequence. MFG124-E Product Design & Development II 2 Product Design & Development II is a continuation of MFG123 and is designed to more fully introduce students to the integrated, information-driven approach to all aspects of a product’s life, from the design through manufacture, deployment, and maintenance with the culmination of the product’s removal from service and final disposal. During the course, students will have the opportunity to participate in transforming a designer’s idea into a marketable product during a mock corporate activity. The primary emphasis of the course is placed on an understanding of the major activities of research and development, production, marketing, financial affairs, and industrial relations along with the entrepreneurial spirit required to succeed in today’s global market-place. Prerequisite: MFG123. Northwest Iowa Community College Catalog 2016–2017 142 Math


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