Course Description

MATH.1113 - Pre-Calculus (4)
Math 1113 reviews the math concepts functions of college algebra and then extends those ideas to the math of trigonometry and analytic geometry. Exponential, logarithmic, and polynomial functions are emphasized in the review. The course explores the math of rectangular coordinates and angles, solutions of right triangles, unit circles, radian measure, trigonometric functions and their inverse, trigonometric graphs, trigonometric equations and identities, complex numbers, conic sections, and other analytic geometry topics such as polar coordinates, parametric equations, sums and geometric series, and vectors. Prerequisite: MATH 1111 or placement by exam.

Course Outline - Pre-Calculus [pdf]

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area(s): 04

Course Availability

CRS ID SEC ENR WL MAX TIMES DAYS DATES LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
000452 81 3 0 45 1pm~1:50pm MTWH 8/24/15~12/18/15 ONLINE-ONLINE Shannon Fiene
  Notes: Online w/ Max of 2 Face-to-Face Mtgs
000478 81 3 0 45 1pm~1:50pm TWH 8/24/15~12/18/15 MN100B-118 Shannon Fiene
000477 81 3 0 45 1pm~1:50pm M 8/24/15~12/18/15 CLADCM-214 Shannon Fiene
          1pm~1:50pm TWH 8/24/15~12/18/15 MD-502 Shannon Fiene
000478 81 3 0 45 1pm~1:50pm M 8/24/15~12/18/15 MN100B-123 Shannon Fiene
000514 81 0 0 45 ~   1/11/16~5/10/16 ONLINE-ONLINE Michael Wesselink
  Notes: Online w/ Max of 2 Face-to-Face Mtgs