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Students will discover the power of mathematics as a foundation for lifelong learning. As they explore various real world applications, students will strengthen their critical thinking, quantitative analysis, and problem-solving skills, as well as discover connections between mathematics and other disciplines. Topics will include logic, probability, statistics, and personal finance. Additional topics may include voting and social choice, geometry, graph theory, and symmetries. This course is intended for students who do not need higher level mathematics for their program. Prerequisite: MAT 098, placement in MAT 100 or higher or by permission of instructor.