# Mathematics (MTH)

MTH-0009  Mathematics 0009  (6 Credits)

Covers preparation for introductory algebra. Topics covered are solution of simple linear equations and inequalities, basic manipulation with exponents. Students registering in this course should have successfully completed MTH-0055 or equivalent, or have tested at this level on an assessment test. Not available for supplemental.

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MTH-0010  Mathematics 0010  (6 Credits)

Covers the basic techniques of algebra from operations on rational numbers through equations and inequalities, factoring and algebraic fractions. Topics covered include basic geometry and trigonometry. Students registering in this course should have successfully completed MTH-0009. Not available for supplemental.

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MTH-0020  Mathematics 0020  (6 Credits)

A continuation of algebra and geometry from MTH-0010 and includes factoring, systems of equations, quadratic equations, operations with radicals, rational expressions, rational exponents, graphing and trigonometry on oblique triangles. Students registering in this course should have successfully completed MTH-0010. Not available for supplemental.

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MTH-0030  Mathematics 0030  (6 Credits)

Covers transformations; polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions and analysis; sequences, series and combinations. Students registering in this course should have successfully completed MTH-0020 or equivalent placement testing. Not available for supplemental.

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MTH-0032  Mathematics 0032  (6 Credits)

Covers fundamental algebra review, transformations, combinations, permutations, probability, rational expressions and equations. Topics included are polynomials, exponential, logarithmic and sinusoidal functions, as well as trigonometric functions. Students registering in this course should have successfully completed MTH-0020 or equivalent placement testing. Not available for supplemental.

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MTH-1130  Basic College Mathematics  (3 Credits)

This course is designed for students to develop college-level math skills for non-mathematical programs. Students will extend their understanding of arithmetic and algebra and develop their ability to reason by collecting, analyzing, and evaluating data involving one variable and connecting probability and statistics. Not available for supplemental.

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Equivalent to MTH-130.

MTH-1141  Math for Health Sciences  (3 Credits)

This course is specifically for pre-assessed students intending to enter a program within the Centre for Health Justice and Human Services at Lethbridge College. It will provide students with a multidimensional, contextual learning experience for acquisition of pre-requisite content and skills in mathematics including concepts, terms, expressions, applications, equation, and problem-solving. Successful completion to the standard set by the program(s) pre-requisite requirement will provide opportunity for entry into the identified program(s) in the Centre for Health Justice and Human Services.

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Equivalent to MTH-141.

MTH-1149  Pre-Calculus  (3 Credits)

An introduction to the topics required before beginning calculus. Topics include operations on real numbers, the Cartesian coordinate plane, algebraic equations, functions and graphs, trigonometric functions and problem-solving skills. The calculus topics that will be covered include limits, slope and area under the curve.

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Equivalent to MTH-149, MTH-146.

MTH-1150  Engineering Math I  (3 Credits)

An introduction to the mathematical concepts required for the engineering technologies in preparation for calculus. Topics include unit analysis and unit conversion, the Cartesian coordinate plane, algebraic equations, trigonometric functions, and problem-solving skills. Mathematical concepts will be applied to physical problems including vector analysis, surveying applications, friction, optical instruments, and kinematics. Introductory calculus topics include limits, slope and area under the curve. Not available for supplemental.

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MTH-1152  Mathematics for CIT  (3 Credits)

An exploration of mathematical calculations required for data processing. Includes binary, octal, and hexadecimal numbering systems and arithmetic, as well as sets, logic, Boolean algebra, arrays, solution of equations by matrix calculations. Not available for supplemental.

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Equivalent to MTH-152.

MTH-1156  Techniques of Calculus  (3 Credits)

This course covers functions, limits, derivatives, and extreme problems, definite integral, differentiation and integration of rational functions. Not available for supplemental examination.

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Equivalent to MTH-156.

MTH-1160  Calculus I  (3 Credits)

A study of calculus which covers both differentiation and integration. Topics include a review of limits, the definition of derivative, differentiation rules, derivative applications, and integration as area, the fundamental theorem of calculus, techniques of integration, integration applications and elementary first order differential equations. Students are expected to have a basic understanding of the geometry of calculus, the idea of limit, slope and area under a curve. Students registering in this course should have successfully completed MTH 30 and MTH 31 or equivalent. Not available for supplemental.

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Equivalent to MTH-160, MTH-154.

MTH-1165  Calculus II  (3 Credits)

This is a technical math course specifically suited to engineering technologists. It includes a basic understanding of Integral calculus and its applications along with an introduction to differential equations and Taylor series. Topics may include the definition of integration and the fundamental theorem of calculus, rules for integrating functions including algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions, and applications of integration including centers of mass, work, fluid pressure, areas and volumes. Topics in differential equations may include slope fields, exponential growth and decay, trajectories and fluid flow. Not available for supplemental or challenge.

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Equivalent to MTH-165, MTH-180.

Requisite courses: Take MTH-1160 (Required, Previous).

MTH-1170  Engineering Math II  (3 Credits)

A study of calculus which covers both differentiation and integration. Topics include a review of limits, an intro into complex numbers, the definition of derivative, differentiation rules, derivative applications, and integration as area, the fundamental theorem of calculus, techniques of integration, partial fraction decomposition, integration applications, methods of approximating definite integrals and elementary first order differential equations. Students are expected to have a basic understanding of the geometry of calculus, the idea of limit, slope and area under a curve. Not available for supplemental.

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Requisite courses: Take MTH-1150 (Required, Previous).