Prerequisites: Applied Math 40S or 62:090 or equivalent.
Math 100 is a course designed to prepare students to enter into 62:181 Calculus I. Topics covered are equations, inequalities, coordinate geometry, modeling with equations, functions, graphs of functions, transformations of graphs, polynomials, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions of real numbers and angles, analytic trigonometry, systems of equations and inequalities, and analytic geometry.
Students with any Calculus courses may not take this course for credit. This course cannot be used towards a major, minor or concentration but can be used within the degree. Transfer credit will not be given for this course.
3 lecture hours per term, 2 laboratory hours per term , one term
Successors: 62:260, 62:261, 62:262.
Transfer Equivalents: Look up 62:150 in the BU Course Transfer Database.