Maricopa Community Colleges  MAT151AD   19966-19975 
Official Course Description: MCCCD Approval: 06/27/95
MAT151AD 19966-19975 LEC 1 Credit(s) 1 Period(s)
College Algebra/Selected Topics
A study of sequences, series, binomial theorem, permutations, combinations, and probability. MAT151AA, MAT151AB, MAT151AC and MAT151AD together are equivalent to MAT151. Prerequisites: Grade of "B" or better in MAT151AA.
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
MAT151AD   19966-19975 College Algebra/Selected Topics
1. Explain the difference between sequences and series. (I)
2. State and use the principle of mathematical induction. (I)
3. Find the sum of the terms of a finite arithmetic or infinite geometric sequence. (I)
4. Use the binomial formula. (I)
5. State and use the fundamental principle of counting. (II)
6. Distinguish and evaluate combinations and permutations. (II)
7. Define sample spaces and events for an experiment. (II)
8. Assign probabilities to events in a finite sample space. (II)
9. Distinguish between empirical and theoretical probabilities. (II)
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MCCCD Official Course Outline:
MAT151AD   19966-19975 College Algebra/Selected Topics
    I. Sequence and series
        A. Definition and example of sequences and series
        B. Arithmetic sequences and series
        C. Geometric sequences and series
        D. Mathematical induction
        E. Binomial formula
      II. Probability
          A. Fundamental principle of counting
          B. Permutations, combiniations, set partitioning
          C. Sample spaces and probability functions
          D. Empirical probability
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