MATH 7145T Discrete Mathematics for Childhood Teachers
45 hours; 3 credits
Selected mathematical topics and modeling in the social sciences. Networks, Euler paths; sets, classification, and the counting principle; matrices; linear programming. Mathematics of voting. Technology as a tool for investigating discrete mathematics. Connections to curriculum and pedagogy. This course may not be taken after Mathematics 7273T [606.1], nor may it be offered toward master of arts degrees in secondary education or in middle school education.
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