### MATH 1410 T01 Class Dates & Times

Date Range | Days | Times | Building | Room |
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1/16/2018 to 4/30/2018 | MW | 2:00 PM - 3:20 PM | D-HAR | D-211 |

### Course Description

This course includes symbolic logic, logical reasoning, history of early numeration systems, set theory with rules of operations and Venn diagrams, relations and functions, the systems of whole numbers, of integers, and of rational numbers. Any student would profit from this course, but it is especially targeted to the education major (elementary and non-math secondary). (Prerequisite: Two years of high school algebra and one year of geometry with an ACT of 19 or above OR appropriate learning support math courses.) F, Sp

Roane State General Education course approved and designed for transfer.

##### Effective 2018 Fall Semester, the following will be changing for MATH 1410:

The course title is changing to: Number Concepts for Teachers

The course description is changing to: This course includes symbolic logic, logical reasoning, history of early numeration systems, set theory with rules of operations and Venn diagrams, relations and functions, the systems of whole numbers, of integers, and of rational numbers. Any student would profit from this course, but it is especially targeted to the education major (elementary and non-math secondary). (Prerequisite: Two years of high school algebra and one year of geometry with an ACT of 19 or above OR appropriate learning support math courses.) F, Sp

Roane State General Education course approved and designed for transfer.

Formerly MATH 1410 Number Concepts/Algebra Structures

### Textbooks

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### Contact Information

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