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A self-scoring mathematics test is advised for students enrolling in MATH 101, 113, or 220. See related courses: STAT 202 Introduction to Statistics, PSYCH 201 Statistical Methods in Psychology, and POLI SCI 312 Statistical Research Methods. Mathematics courses carry science credit and may not be audited.

MATH 202-CN : Finite Mathematics


This course provides students with some of the standard mathematical models and techniques needed to make quantitative decisions about "real-life" problems that arise in business, economics, and the social sciences. It will cover a variety of mathematical topics such as Matrix Theory, Linear Programming, Counting Principles and Probability, and other topics as time permits. At the completion of the course, students should be able to: perform operations with matrices and apply matrix methods to solve systems of linear equations; solve a linear programming problem by graphical methods as well as by the simplex method; know and use various counting principles such as the Fundamental Principle of Counting, permutation, combinations, and basic probability. Prerequisite: none.



Winter 2022
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
01/03/22 - 03/19/22Th
6:15 – 9:15 p.m.Lunt Hall 10565
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Korb, Cristina
Evanston Campus
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