### MATH 099 Fundamentals of Algebra with Trigonometry (0)

This is a bridging course to provide students with the fundamental mathematical knowledge necessary for success in university-level mathematics.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 097 or EASL 089

**Transfers to:**

Not Available

### MATH 100 Precalculus (3)

Algebraic, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions and their graphs. Conic sections, applications.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 097 or EASL 089, MATH 11 (B) or MATH 12 (C) or MATH 099 (C)

**Transfers to:**

SFU MATH 100 (3), Q

UVIC MATH 120 (1.5)

UNBC MATH 115 (3)

TRU MATH 1000 (3)

### MATH 104 Differential Calculus w/Applications to Commerce & Social Sciences (3)

Derivatives and rates of change, exponential and trigonometric functions, Newton's method, Taylor series, maxima and minima, and graphing.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 097 or EASL 089, Math 12 (C+) or Math 100 (C)

**Preclusions:**

Students with credit for MATH 151 may not take MATH 104 for further credit.

**Transfers to:**

UBC MATH 104 (3)

SFU MATH 157 (3), Q

UVIC MATH 102 (1.5)

UNBC MATH 100 (3), Precludes credit for UNBC MATH 152

TRU MATH 1140 (3); ALEX MATH 104 (3) & ALEX MATH 105 (3) = TRU MATH 1140 (3) & TRU MATH 1240 (3), Exempt TRU MATH 1170 (3) for BBA

### MATH 105 Integral Calculus w/Applications to Commerce & Social Sciences (3)

Antiderivatives, Integration, Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations, Probability, and their applications in economics, commerce, and business administration. Students may receive credit for only one of Math 104 or Math 151; Math 105 or Math 152.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 097 or EASL 089, MATH 104

**Preclusions:**

Students with credit for MATH 152 may not take MATH 105 for further credit

**Transfers to:**

UBC MATH 105 (3)

SFU MATH 158 (3), Q

UVIC MATH 101 (1.5)

UNBC MATH 101 (3)

TRU MATH 1240 (3); ALEX MATH 104 (3) & ALEX MATH 105 (3) = TRU MATH 1140 (3) & TRU MATH 1240 (3), Exempt TRU MATH 1170 (3) for BBA

### MATH 115 Discrete Mathematics (3)

Offers an intensive introduction to discrete mathematics. Topics include: functions, relations, sets, cardinality, propositional and predicate logic, proof techniques, combinatorics, discrete probability, asymptotic notation, and an introduction to elementary number theory and abstract algebra. The course will provide a basis to study higher level mathematics.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 097 or EASL 089, MATH 12 (C) or MATH 100 (C)

**Preclusions:**

Students with credit for CPSC 115 may not take MATH 115 for further credit.

**Transfers to:**

UBC CPSC 1st (3), Exempt from UBC CPSC 121

SFU MACM 101 (3), Q/B-Sci

UVIC MATH 122 (1.5)

UNBC CPSC 141 (3) or UBC MATH 1XX (3), Must have C- or better to use as a prerequisite

### MATH 123 Mathematics for Everyday Life (3)

What are your chances of winning the lottery? When the media reports statistics on poverty, climate change or the spread of a rare disease, are they getting it right? What do all those numbers mean for you? How do advertisers use statistics to influence our thinking? How accurate are public opinion polls? What is the best way to manage your day-to-day finances?

These are some of the questions we will be investigating in this course. This is a non-traditional, application-based course centered around the use of mathematics in the real world, intended for non-science (liberal arts) majors. Topics include: reasoning and number sense, percentages and estimations, math for financial matters, such as loans and investments; and probability and statistics.

Further topics such as geometry, math in art and music may also be explored.

**Prerequisite(s):**

EASL 088 and 089 or ENGL 097, and MATH 11 (B) or MATH 12 (C) or MATH 099 (C)

**Transfers to:**

SFU MATH 197 (3)

UNBC MATH 1XX (3) Not for credit for degrees within the Faculty of Science and Engineering

TRU MATH 1100 (3)

### MATH 151 Calculus I (3)

Functions and graphs, conic sections, limits and continuity, derivatives, techniques and applications of differentiation, trigonometric functions, logarithms and exponentials, extrema, the mean value theorem and polar co-ordinates. Students may receive credit for only one of Math 104 or Math 151; Math 105 or Math 152.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 097 or EASL 089, Math 12 (B) or Math 100 (C)

**Preclusions:**

Students with credit for MATH 104 may not take MATH 151 for further credit

**Transfers to:**

UBC MATH 100 (3)

SFU MATH 151 (3), Q

UVIC MATH 100 (1.5)

UNBC MATH 100 (3), Precludes credit for UNBC MATH 152

TRU MATH 1140 (3)

### MATH 152 Calculus II (3)

Integrals, techniques and applications of integration, approximations, sequences and series, area and arc length in polar co-ordinates. Students may receive credit for only one of Math 104 or Math 151; Math 105 or Math 152.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 097 or EASL 089, MATH 151

**Preclusions:**

Students with credit for MATH 105 may not take MATH 152 for further credit

**Transfers to:**

UBC MATH 101 (3)

SFU MATH 152 (3), Q

UVIC MATH 101 (1.5)

UNBC MATH 101 (3)

TRU MATH 1240 (3)

### MATH 232 Elementary Linear Algebra (3)

Matrix arithmetic, linear equations, and determinants. Real vector spaces and linear transformations. Inner products and orthogonality. Eigen values and eigenvectors.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 098, MATH 151, MATH 104 (B), or MATH 105

**Transfers to:**

UBC MATH 221 (3)

SFU MATH 232 (3), Q

UVIC MATH 211 (1.5)

UNBC MATH 220 (3)

TRU MATH 2120 (3)

### MATH 251 Multivariable Calculus (3)

Rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates. Vectors, lines, planes, cylinders, quadric surfaces. Vector functions, curves, motion in space. Differential and integral calculus of several variables. Vector fields, line integrals, fundamental theorem for line integrals, Green's theorem.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 098, MATH 152 or MATH 105(B)

**Transfers to:**

UBC MATH 200 (3)

SFU MATH 251 (3), Q

UVIC MATH 200 (1.5)

UNBC MATH 200 (3)

TRU MATH 2110 (3)

### MATH 255 Ordinary Differential Equations (3)

This is a first course in the theory of ordinary differential equations. Topics include the solution of first- and higher order differential equations (ODEs), power series solutions, Laplace transforms, linear and non-linear systems, stability, Euler methods and applications. Analytic and quantitative methods will be used to investigate the solutions to ODEs and discuss their behavior.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 098, MATH 152 or MATH 105 (B)

**Transfers to:**

UBC MATH 255 (3)

SFU MATH 260 (3)

UVIC MATH 2XX (1.5)

UNBC MATH 2XX (3)

TRU MATH 2240 (3)

### STAT 200 Introduction to Statistics (3)

Statistical research methodology and associated analysis techniques aimed at a non-mathematical audience (non-calculus based). This course introduces procedures that are most commonly used in the investigation of survey and experimental data.

**Prerequisite(s):**

ENGL 098, MATH 12 (C) or MATH 100, and completion of at least 9 post-secondary credit hours

**Transfers to:**

UBC STAT 200 (3)

SFU STAT 201 (3) Q

UVIC STAT 255 (1.5)

UNBC STAT 240 (3)

TRU STAT 2000 (3) or TRU ECON 2320 (3)