## Math 160 Csu Homework Help

## Mathematics COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

MATH 100Math Workshop1 unit | Tutorial service 3 hours per week This course supplements all mathematics level courses by providing tutorial and self-help assistance. Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. This course may be repeated 3 times. |

MATH 105 Arithmetic for College Students 3 units | Lecture 3 hours per week This course explores arithmetic concepts from a modern point of view. It includes discussion of pre-algebra topics and applications of arithmetic in business, finance and geometry. |

MATH 112 Pre Algebra3 units | Lecture 3 hours per week This course presents a review of arithmetic topics and an introduction to elementary algebraic topics including signed numbers, exponents, mathematical sentences, and linear equations. |

MATH 113 Introduction to Elementary Algebra I3 units | Math 113 and 114 together are equivalent to Math 115.Lecture 3 hours per week This course consists of the first half of Mathematics 115 (first year algebra course in high schools). It gives a rapid review of arithmetic and introduces the concepts of algebraic expressions, exponents, polynomials, and solution of equations. This course, together with Math 114, fulfills any requirement calling for elementary algebra. |

MATH 114 Introduction to Elementary Algebra II3 units | Math 113 and 114 together are equivalent to Math 115.Prerequisite: completion of Math 113 with a grade of "C", or better.Lecture 3 hours per week This course consists of the last half of Math 115 (first year algebra course in high schools). It gives a rapid review of Math 1113 and continues to introduce further topics in elementary algebra. This course, together with Math 113, fulfills any requirement calling for elementary algebra. Credit will be given for only Math 113/114 or Math 115. |

MATH 115 Elementary Algebra5 units | Math 113 and 114 together are equivalent to Math 115. Credit is allowed for only one of Math 115 or the Math 113 and 114 combination. This course is recommended for students who want a comprehensive one-semster algebra course. Students desiring to complete this course in a two-semester sequence should take Math 113 and then Math 114.Lecture 5 hours per week This course gives a rapid review of basic arithmetic with a gradual introduction to the concepts of algebra, including signed numbers, exponents, polynomials, equations, graphs, systems of equations, inequalities, and quadratic equations. It contains applications of algebra to a wide variety of problems related to business and other sciences. |

MATH 120 Plane Geometry 5 units | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 115 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 5 hours per week This course is a study of the properties of lines, angles, surfaces and solids; definitions; theorems and constructions for which formal proofs have been developed; measurements of lines, angles, areas, and volumes; and geometric construction. |

MATH 123C: Intermediate Algebra |
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MATH 125 Intermediate Algebra5 units | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 115 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 5 hours per week This course provides a study of the fundamental laws of algebra, exponents and radicals, solution of equations (linear, quadratic and some of higher degree), solution of systems of equations (linear and quadratic), graphic representation, functions, logarithms, determinants, binomial theorem and arithmetic and geometric sequences and series. |

MATH 150 Introduction to FORTRAN3 units UC:CSU | Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in Math 155 or knowledge of BASIC programming: and Math 125 or high school equivalent. Lecture 3 hours per week Students are trained to use FORTRAN 77. Applications to science, business, engineering and social studies are discussed. The intent of the course is to give students sufficient skill in using the computer to enable them to solve problems in their respective fields of study. |

MATH 155 Introduction to VISUAL BASIC - 3 units UC:CSU | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 115 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 3 hours per week Introduction to problem solving methods and programming with VISUAL BASIC. Course covers the fundamentals of event-driven, project-oriented programming. |

MATH 160 Computer Laboratory1 unit CSU | Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Mathematics Computer Programming course. This course is designed to facilitate and enhance the use of the Computer Lab for students enrolled in mathematics computer programming courses. This course may be repeated three times. |

MATH 165 Introduction to Assembly 3 units UC:CSU | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 125 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent. Concurrent enrollment in Math 160.Lecture 3 hours per week Introduction to the fundamentals of operating systems and Assembly Language Programming. The assembly language of the I.B.M.P.C. will be emphasized. |

MATH 170 Introduction to PASCAL3 units UC:CSU CAN CSCI 12 | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 155 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 3 hours per week Computer methods of programming in PASCAL. Course covers the fundamentals of I/O operations, decisions, loop constructions, arrays, strings and modular programming. |

MATH 175 Programming in C++3 units UC:CSU | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 125 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Math 160.Lecture 3 hours per week Introduction to object-oriented programming in C++. This course covers the fundamentals of control structures, I/O operations, classes and data abstractions, inheritance, polymorphism, fine processing and overloading. |

MATH 227 Introductory Statistics4 units | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 125 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 4 hours per week Topics covered include frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and variations, probability and probability distributions, sampling, analysis of measurements, count data, hypothesis testing, correlation, and regression. |

MATH 230 Math for Liberal Arts Students3 units UC:CSU CAN MATH 2 | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 125 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 3 hours per week This course consists of some basic concepts in contemporary mathematics as it relates to modern society. Advanced mathematics topics are presented from a conceptual point of view. |

MATH 235 Finite Mathematics5 units UC:CSU | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 125 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 5 hours per week This course consists of the basic concepts and operations of algebra essential to business, life and social sciences majors, including rational exponents, quadratic equations, graphs, logarithms, binomial theorem, progressions, mathematics of finance, probability theory. |

MATH 236Math Analysis for Business and Social Sciences II5 units UC:CSU CAN MATH 34 | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 125 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 5 hours per week This course consists of basic concepts of differential and integral calculus in single variables with applications for business, life and social sciences. Topics include limits, derivatives, maxima and applications, integration techniques with applications and graphs. |

MATH 240 Trigonometry3 units CSU | Prerequisite: Completion of Intermediate Algebra (Math 125) and Plane Geometry (Math 120) with a grade of "C" or better, or high school equivalent.Lecture 3 hours per week This course provides a study of the circular functions and equations, as well as formulas related to angles and the solution of triangles and their application and use in surveying and industrial fields. |

MATH 245College Angebra 3 units UC:CSU | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 125 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 3 hours per week This course is designed for students who are looking for a transferable course that satisfies the college algebra requirements, as well as for students who wish to pursue Math 235, 236 sequence. |

MATH 260 Pre-calculus5 units UC:CSU CAN MATH 34 | Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in Math 125, or two years of high school algebra.Lecture 5 hours per week Topics of college algebra such as induction, the binomial theorem, theory of equations, arithmetic and geometric series, determinants and matrices and function analysis are covered thoroughly. In addition, topics from analytic geometry are discussed including the conic sections, graphing, slopes, complex numbers and vectors. |

MATH 265 Calculus with Analytic Geometry IUC:CSU CAN MATH 18 | Prerequisite: Trigonometry (Math 240); and four semesters of high school algebra or equivalent (Math 115, 125 and 260)Lecture 5 hours per week This is the first of a sequence of three courses which combines the subject matter of analytic geometry and calculus. Functions and graphs are studied with special attention to straight lines and conic sections. Rates of change, derivatives and integrals of polynomials and rational functions are included. Vector methods are introduced into the geometric aspects of the course. These topics were selected to prepare the student mathematically for Physics 1. |

MATH 266 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II - 5 units UC:CSU CAN MATH 20 | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 265 with grade of "C" or better.5 hours per week This course includes applications of integrals to work and pressure, exponential, logarithmic,inverse trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, integration techniques, infinite series and conic sections. |

MATH 267 Calculus with Analytic Geometry III5 units UC:CSU CAN MATH 22 | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 266 with grade of "C" or better.Lecture 5 hours per week This course includes polar coordinates, parametric equations, vector algebra and calculus in two and three dimensions, partial derivatives and multiple integrals. |

MATH 270 Linear Algebra - 3 units UC:CSU CAN MATH 26 | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 266 with grade of "C" or better.Lecture 3 hours per week Matrix algebra, vector spaces, linear transformations and matrices are included in this course. There is emphasis on theory and applications. |

MATH 271 Discrete Mathematics3 units UC:CSU | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 125 with grade of "C" or better, or equivalent.Lecture 3 hours per week This course is intended as a noncalculus mathematics course for mathematics or computer majors. Topics include graphs and trees, sets, elementary logic and induction, functions and sequences, matrices and semigroups, relations and counting techniques. |

MATH 275 Ordinary Differential Equations - 3 units UC:CSU - CAN MATH 24 | Prerequisite: Completion of Math 267 with grade of "C" or better, or concurrent enrollment in Math 267.Lecture 3 hours per week This is a course in differential equations with emphasis on applications in physical science. Traditional methods of solution by closed forms are studied together with series solutions and numerical methods of solution. LaPlace transforms are also included. |

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- Individual (One-on-One): $50/hr
- Small Group (2-4 Students): $30 per student per hour(40% Discount)
- Large Group (5 or more Students): $25 per student per hour(50% Discount)

I have a very strong knowledge of CSU calculus courses as I have been tutoring these courses for 20+ years. Each one is unique, and no matter if you choose me or another tutor you should make sure that tutor understands the differences. This is especially true of Math 160, which offers unique challenges that many other tutors have not experienced.

In order to be successful in this course I recommend.

**Just 1 hour a week**of 1 on 1 tutoring. During this hour we will work on your written homework and potentially some of your online homework.

(Many students like to schedule a second hour of tutoring to make sure they can complete their online homework and also go over the week’s sample quiz).- Adding a single additional hour of tutoring the week of or the week before your 4 exams.

That really is all you will need to be successful in this course. To setup an appointment, please review my Availability Calendar (I meet all my students at the Morgan Library), and find a time that works with your schedule. Then Contact Me and let me know you would like to claim one of the available time slots.

I offer online tutoring as well as in person tutoring. So, if you are taking any of these courses through CSU’s online or distance learning program, I am able to tutor you no matter where you are located. Or if you are taking the courses on campus and just want to be tutored from the comfort of your own home, I can do that.

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