MATH 3


    Basic Skills (3:3:0) Natural numbers; integers; rational numbers;
    decimals; ratio, proportion; percent; graphs; applications. Students
    who have passed Math 1 may not schedule this course for credit. This
    course may not be used to satisfy the basic minimum requirements for
    graduation in any baccalaureate degree program.
    
    (1) Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of
    whole numbers, including word problems
    
    (2) Powers and roots of whole numbers
    
    (3) Order of operations with whole numbers

    (4) Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
    of integers
    
    (5) Powers and roots of integers

    (6) Prime factorization; equivalent fractions; reducing
    fractions to lowest terms; conversion between mixed
    numbers and improper fractions
    
    (7) Multiplication and division of fractions

    (8) Lowest commmon denominator; addition and subtraction
    of fractions

    (9) Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
    of mixed numbers
    
    (10) Complex fractions
    
    (11) Word problems involving fractions

    (12) Conversion between fractions and decimals; rounding
    whole numbers and decimals

    (13) Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
    of decimals
    
    (14) Word problems involving decimals

    (15) Operations with a mixture of fractions and decimals;
    comparing the size of fractions and decimals
    
    (16) Use of ratios and rates; simplifying ratios and rates

    (17) Solution of proportions; word problems involving
    ratio and proportion

    (18) Conversion between fractions, decimals, and percent;
    solution of problems involving percent, including
    word problems and percent increase and decrease

    (19) Interpretation of bar, line and circle graphs; word
    problems involving graphs, especially those involving
    ratio, proportion, and percent
    
    (20) Conversions within English and metric systems of
    measurement; conversions between systems; word
    problems involving measurement
    
    (21) Perimeter, area, and volume of geometric figures