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HON 205 - Decision-Making and Problem Solving with Mathematics

Credit Hour(s): 3
This course provides a solid basis in logic and problem-solving with an emphasis on decision-making. Specifically, the course uses Symbolic Logic to find valid/invalid arguments, Graphs and Networks to find efficient routes, Statistics to analyze data and trends, Algebra and Linear Systems to find solutions, break-even points and optimal points, and Voting and Apportionment to study social choice and fair division. 3 Credit(s).

Meets Mathematics Requirement.
Prerequisite(s): Boone Honors Program member or a grade of “B” or higher in MTH 100  or higher. Students who are not members of the Boone Honors Program will be screened by the instructor before beginning an honors course.
Course Session Cycle: FA
Course Yearly Cycle: ODD



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