2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived]

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ECON 101 - Quantitative Problem Solving


3 credits

Description
This course uses a variety of real-world problems to illustrate the applicability of algebraic, statistical, and financial methods. Using selected problems, students learn the utility of understanding units of measure, extrapolation and interpolation, data conversion, single and simultaneous equation solutions, probability, statistical inference, expected value, and present and future value. ECON 101 does not count towards the Economics Major or Minor.

Prerequisites
SAT Verbal 400 or ENG 105; appropriate placement examination (MAPLE T.A.) score or MATH 011.



Foundational Studies Credit
[FS2010: Quantitative Literacy]


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