UMKC Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Math 110 is undergoing a MAJOR REDESIGNpiloting in Spring 2012, and being

fully implemented in Fall 2012.

See Major Redesign for full details.

Prerequisites:

- Three units of high school mathematics (Algebra I and higher), or
- Math 100 (Intermediate Algebra).
Offered:Fall, Winter, Summer

Text:Current Mathematics Textbooks

Note:Department Course Contact

- UMKC Catalog Description
- Mathematics Entrance Tests Online
**Interactive Learning Center Current Lab Hours**

[Located in the Southeast corner, 4th floor, of Miller Nichols Library]- Tutorial Help
- Student to Student Advice about this Course
- COMMON FINAL EXAM Date and Time - See Current Semester
- Copies of Old Final Exams
- Beyond the Catalog: Notes or Advice
- UMKC Degrees and Courses Requiring this course
- Who Teaches this course?

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- Credit will not be given for
**both**Math 110 and Math 120 (Precalculus)

- Students requiring preparation for Math 210 (Calculus I) should enroll in Math 120 (Precalculus).
- Math 120 (Precalculus) = Math 110 (College Algebra) + Math 125 (Trigonometry).
- Math 110 (along with Math 120) is a course you can
**test out**of. (Credit by Examination)

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- Every BA/BS student must demonstrate competency equivalent to four years of acceptable high school mathematics, or Math 110 or Math 116.
- See School of Arts and Sciences General Requirements for a BA/BS Degree.

- MATH 125 - Trigonometry
- MATH 206 - Brief Calculus and Matrix Algebra
- AUPD 348 - Structural Systems in Architecture
- BDS 508 - Statistical Methods for Administrative Decisions (BDS = Business Decision Sciences)
- BDS 530 - Introduction to Management Science
- CHEM 111 - Physical Basis of Chemistry
- CJC/SOC 363 - Introduction to Statistics in Sociology/Criminal Justice
- CS 100 - Computer Survival: Applications
- CS 191 - Discrete Structures
- ECON 521 - Mathematical Economics
- PHYS 150 - Introduction to Astronomy
- PSYCH 316 - Quantitative Methods in Psychology

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**Since Fall 2004**, Math 110 Common Final Exams are**part multiple choice**,**part written answers**:

**Spring 2009 Math 110 Common Final Exam**in PDF format:

Part One (multiple choice), Part Two.**Spring 2010 Math 110 Common Final Exam**in PDF format:

Part One (multiple choice), Part Two.

**Before Fall 2004**, Math 110 Common Final Exams were**all multiple choice**:

- Winter 2004 Math 110 Common Final Exam in PDF format.
- Fall 2003 Math 110 Common Final Exam in PDF format.

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