MATH 1101 | MATH 1200

 MATH 1101 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling The following are examples taken from our textbook, College Algebra through Modeling and Visualization, Secon Edition, by Gary Rockswold. 1.1 Calculating Percent Change 1.1 Computing with a Calculator 1.4 Modeling Braking Distance for a Car 2.1 Modeling Fuel Consumption 2.2 Finding Equations of Horizontal and Vertical Lines 2.3 Solving a Linear Equation Graphically, Symbolically, and Numerically 2.6 Using Linear Regression to Predict Growth 3.1 Modeling the Flight of a Baseball 3.1 Finding a Quadratic Regression Model 3.2 Solving Quadratic Equations 4.1 Modeling Ocean Temperature 4.2 Determining a Cubic Modeling Function 5.2 Representing an Inverse Function Graphically 5.3 Modeling Growth of E. Coli Bateria. 5.3 Recognizing Linear and Exponential Data 5.3 Comparing Compound Interest 5.4 Evaluating Logarithms

 MATH 1200 Elementary Statistics The following are examples taken from exercises in our textbook, Elementary Statistics, A Step by Step Approach, Second Edition, by Allan G. Bluman. 4.2 Finding the mean, variance and Standard Deviation of a Probabilty Distribution 4.2 Finding Expection or Expect Value 4.3/4.4 Finding Binomial Probabilities 5.3 Finding Normal Probabilities 5.3 Finding an X given a percentile in a Normal Distribution 5.5 Applying the Central Limit Theorem 6.3 Finding a Confidence Interval for a Mean 6.4 Finding a Confidence Interval for the Mean 6.4 Finding a Confidence Interval for the Mean 6.2 Finding a Confidence Interval for P