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MATH 100  Survey of College Mathematics

3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
Lecture: 54   
Prerequisite: MATH 71 or MATH 71X or MATH 71B or qualifying score on current department placement test

Mathematical methods and reasoning. Topics include: set theory, logic, counting methods, probability and statistics, with additional topics selected from numeration and mathematical systems, number theory, geometry, graph theory and mathematical modeling.

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Our program goes “over and above” other college services by offering priority registration, counseling, tutoring, financial assistance, and other support services designed to help students meet their personal and educational goals. Language Learning Center (LLC) Building 6, Room 264 South Entrance, Upper Level, (909) 274-4580 Language Learning Center The Language Learning Center (LLC) offers computer, web, and other media resources for students learning English as another language (ESL and AMLA) as well as those studying sign language (ASL) and foreign languages. Learning Assistance Center Building 6, South Entrance, Lower Level, Learning Technology Center, (909) 274-4300 Learning Assistance Center The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) helps students succeed in college. The LAC offers instruction to review pre-collegiate skills in math, reading, and writing. Courses in study techniques are also available. Tutorial Services in the Learning Assistance Center provides free tutoring to all Mt. San Antonio College students on a drop-in basis, in study groups, and by appointment. Tutors assist students with course work in most subject areas and with study skills. The Learning Lab computers and audio visual materials are available to all current registered Mt. SAC students. Students can use the Learning Lab for research, word processing, multimedia assignments, online course work, and to supplement classroom instruction. Learning Assistance Center (LAC) Tutorial Services Building 6, Room 109, (909) 274-6605 LAC Tutorial Services The LAC's Tutorial Services provides one-on-one and group tutoring in multiple subjects, including math, writing, languages, and science. Students can drop in or make an appointment to see a tutor. Tutorial Services also offers online tutoring in math and science courses. 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The Library has a collection of over 90,000 print and media materials that include print books, eBooks, closed-captioned DVDs, and specialized materials such as audiobooks, adapted ESL titles, career titles, and popular titles. Students can reserve group study rooms online and can print from the library computers, their own devices, and from off campus. Math Activities Resource Center (MARC) Building 61 - Room 1318, (909) 274-5014 MARC Center The MARC offers free tutoring to Mt. SAC students currently enrolled in MATH 50 through MATH 71 . Resources for checkout include videos, calculators, textbooks and solutions manuals. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Center Building 61 - Room 3318, (909) 274-4224 STEM Center  The STEM Center offers free support services to students enrolled in science, mathematics, and engineering courses. Services include peer coaching, tutoring, faculty office hours, and counseling. 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Tech Ed Resource Center (TERC) Building 18C, (909) 274-6118 or (909) 274-6121 TERC Center The Tech Ed Resource Center offers basic math, text book reading, writing, and research methods assistance to all CTE students. Students are encouraged to drop in and work with instructors and tutors or study independently. For additional information please contact TERC at (909) 274-6121 or (909) 274-6122. Transfer Math Activities Resource Center (T-MARC) Building 61 - Room 1314, (909) 274-5389 T-MARC Center The T-MARC offers free math tutoring to Mt. SAC students currently enrolled in MATH 100 and above. A variety of resources for in-lab and take-home use are available. The Writing Center Building 26B - Room 1561A, (909) 274-5325 Writing Center The Writing Center offers free services to all students. The Center provides one-on-one tutoring in writing for any course at the College in both face-to-face and online formats. 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Certificates & Degrees Defined

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Assessment and Placement

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Academic Policies & Requirements

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