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MATH 102 Foundations of Mathematics II
Dr. Fenton

Syllabus

Homework Assignments

Reflection Journal

Group Project

Topics for Test 1

Topics for Test 2

Topics for Final Exam
(See also topics from earlier tests)

This course begins with an investigation of ratios, rates, and proportions, leading to percentages, uncertainty, and chance. This is followed by an examination of geometry. A study of the basic shapes of one, two, and three dimensions is followed by an investigation of the basic ways these shapes can be transformed: translation, reflection, and rotation. Length, area, surface area, and volume complete the geometric content of this course.

 

 

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