Math 108 Topics in Mathematics  Section 1000  James Baglama  Chapter 21
Videos and lecture notes are based on the 9^{th} ed. textbook. The 9^{th} or 10^{th} edition of the textbook can be used for this course. All material covered is the same and independent of textbook editions.
Textbook Readings 
Video 9^{th} ed. 
Lecture Notes 9^{th} ed. 


Section 21.1 Video 
Section 21.1 Lecture notes 


Section 21.2 Video 
Section 21.2 Lecture notes 


Section 21.3 Video 
Section 21.3 Lecture notes 


Section 21.4 Video 
Section 21.4 Lecture notes 


Section 21.5 Video 
Section 21.5 Lecture notes 
The 9^{th} or 10^{th} edition of the textbook can be used for this course.
All material covered is the same and independent of textbook editions.
Homework problems between editions are the same.
9^{th} ed.
3, 11, 13, 25, 26, 40, 53, 54, 55, 56
pages 795  800
10^{th} ed.
3, 6, 21, 31, 32, 46, 59, 60, 61, 62
pages 899  904
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The textbook for the course can be either 9^{th} or 10^{th} edition.
For All Practical Purposes, 9^{th} edition by COMAP 
OR 
For All Practical Purposes, 10^{th} edition by COMAP 
Videos and lecture notes are based on the 9^{th} ed. textbook. The 9^{th} or 10^{th} edition of the textbook can be used for this course. All material covered is the same and independent of textbook editions. The course does NOT use any material/resources form the Publisher's online system LaunchPad.
Math Applets and suggested websites are very helpful resources.
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Knowledge area A1: Scientific, Technology, Engineering, and
Mathematical Disciplines (STEM) and Competency area B3: Mathematical, Statistical, or Computational Strategies (MSC).
General education program 2001  2015 (MQ): This course satisfies the
general education requirement for Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning.
LEC: (3 crs.) Introduces students to the spirit of mathematics and its applications. Emphasis is on development of reasoning ability as well as manipulative techniques. (Lec. 3/Online) Not open to students with credit in MTH 106 or MTH 109 and not for major credit in mathematics. (MQ)/(GE)
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Math 108 Topics in Mathematics  James Baglama  University of Rhode Island.