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San Jose State University
Finite Mathematics Spring 2010
Instructor:
Misako van der Poel
Office:
MacQuarrie Hall 439
Office Phone:
4089247487
Email:
[email protected]
Webpage:
http://www.sjsu.edu/people/misako.vanderpoel/
Course:
Math 70
24525
Section 1
7:308:45am
MW
DH 318
Office Hours:
Monday
8:50 – 10:20am,
5:50 – 6:20pm
Wednesday
8:50 – 10:20am,
5:50 – 6:20pm
Prerequisites:
Satisfaction of the ELM requirement
Text:
Finite Mathematics 11
th
Edition by Barnett, Ziegler and Byleen
Course Outline:
Chapter
Section
Topic
7
2 – 4
Sets, Counting
8
1 – 5
Probability
4
1 – 6
Linear Equations, Matrices
5
1 – 3
Linear Inequalities, Linear Programming
6
1 – 3
Linear Programming
3
1 – 4
Interest
Catalog Description:
System of linear equations and inequalities, matrices, linear programming, set theory, probability theory,
applications to business and to social sciences.
trigonometric functions; analytic geometry.
Course Objectives:
Students are expected to understand counting principles, permutations, combinations, probability,
probability distribution, expectation, conditional probability, Bayes’ formula, matrices, and their
applications, solving systems of linear equations and linear inequalities, linear programming, computing
interest, present and future value of annuities.
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