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Unformatted text preview: Principles of Finite Mathematics Syllabus MATH 10110 www.nd.edu/~jhauenst/math10110 Spring 2008 12:50 1:40 pm MTWF DeBartolo 241 (MWF) & DeBartolo 244 (T) Instructor: Jon Hauenstein Office Hours: 295 Hurley Hall Phone: 574-631-5706 Tues: 11:40 am 12:40 pm, 1:40 2:40 pm Email: email@example.com Thur: 12:50 1:40 pm Other times by appointment or drop-in Required Text: Finite Mathematics & Its Applications, 9 th Edition by Goldstein, Schneider, Siegel Goals: The goals for this class are: o Explore topics in mathematics which can be solved using finite methods o Discover how finite mathematics can be used in everyday life o Understand reasoning and logic to develop sound arguments Topics: The following topics will be studied: o Sets & Counting (Sections 5.1-5.7) o Probability (6.1-6.6) o Probability & Statistics (7.1-7.6) o Game Theory (9.1-9.3 & supplemental handouts) o Logic (12.1-12.5) Depending upon time, the following topics could also be studied: o Mathematics of Finance (9.1-9.3)Mathematics of Finance (9....
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