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MA 105 - Basic Geometry

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Prerequisites: A grade of C- or better in an elementary algebra course or MA 98  – MA 105 is a study of Euclidean geometry which incorporates the principles of mathematical reasoning. Topics include an investigation of the properties and relationships in two and three dimensional figures such as angles, triangles, circles, polygons, convex sets, ratio and proportion, areas, and volumes. The concepts of undefined terms, definitions, postulates, theorems, and corollaries are explored relative to their role in building a mathematical system. The topics in this course provide a good foundation for students intending to take Trigonometry. Transferability is determined by transfer institutions. Recommended Skills: Basic arithmetic skills, College level reading ability, and Communication Skills.



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