Math 105 Section 1, Spring 2018, Washington State University

Introduction
Getting started: How to Register for MyMathLab through Blackboard
Chapter 1
1.2: Number Patterns
1.3: Problem Solving
Chapter 2
2.1: Set Theory
2.2: Sets and Venn Diagrams
2.3: Set Operations
2.4: Surveys and Cardinal Numbers
Chapter 7
7.5: Scientific Notation
Chapter 10
10.1: Counting by Systematic Listing
10.2: Using the Fundamental Counting Principle
10.3: Using Permutations and Combinations
10.5: Counting using "Not" and "Or"
Chapter 11
11.1: Probability
11.2: Probability using "Not" and "Or"
11.3: Conditional Probability; Events Involving “And"
11.5: Mathematical Expectation
Chapter 12
12.1: Visual Displays of Data
12.2: Measures of Central Tendency
12.3: Measures of Dispersion
12.4: Measures of Location
12.5: Normally Distributed Data
Chapter 13
13.1: The Time Value of Money
13.2: Consumer Credit
13.3: Truth in Lending
13.4: The Costs and Advantages of Home Ownership
Chapter 15
15.1: The Possibilities of Voting

Math 105 Section 1, Spring 2018, Washington State University

Introduction
Getting started: How to Register for MyMathLab through Blackboard
Chapter 1
1.2: Number Patterns
1.3: Problem Solving
Chapter 2
2.1: Set Theory
2.2: Sets and Venn Diagrams
2.3: Set Operations
2.4: Surveys and Cardinal Numbers
Chapter 7
7.5: Scientific Notation
Chapter 10
10.1: Counting by Systematic Listing
10.2: Using the Fundamental Counting Principle
10.3: Using Permutations and Combinations
10.5: Counting using "Not" and "Or"
Chapter 11
11.1: Probability
11.2: Probability using "Not" and "Or"
11.3: Conditional Probability; Events Involving “And"
11.5: Mathematical Expectation
Chapter 12
12.1: Visual Displays of Data
12.2: Measures of Central Tendency
12.3: Measures of Dispersion
12.4: Measures of Location
12.5: Normally Distributed Data
Chapter 13
13.1: The Time Value of Money
13.2: Consumer Credit
13.3: Truth in Lending
13.4: The Costs and Advantages of Home Ownership
Chapter 15
15.1: The Possibilities of Voting