Math 10B

Math 10B - Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics and Combinatorics -- [4 units]

Course Format: Three hours of lecture and three hours of discussion per week.

Prerequisites: Math 10A or Math 1A.

Description: The sequence Math 10A,B is intended for majors in the life sciences. Elementary combinatorics and discrete and continuous probability theory.  Representation of data, statistical models and testing.  Sequences and applications of linear algebra. (S) 

Credit Restrictions:  None

Required Textbook: To Be Announced

Online Class Notes: The Mathematics Department has created extensive online lecture notes for this class, and these will serve as the supplementary text.

Outline of the Course:

Part 1: Combinatorics
12 hours
Part 2: Probability and Statistics
21 hours
Part 3: Applications of Linear Algebra
5 hours
38 hours
Midterms & Holidays 
4 hours

42 hours
Reviews are appropriate during the RRR week.