MATH 094 & MATH 095  INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE MATH 
MATH 094 and MATH 095 are recommended for students intending to major in a science, engineering, or technology program who do not have the required Grade 12 (Math) prerequisites. MATH 094 and MATH 095 together are equivalent to provincial Mathematics 12 and provide the foundation for taking a subsequent calculus course. 

MATH 094  INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE MATH I 

PREREQUISITES:
Principles of Math 12 or at least a C in one of the following: Principles of Math 11, MATH 085, Applications of Math 12. 
  TRANSFERABILITY 

None (by itself; see MATH 095). Credits = 4. 


CONTENT 

Math 094 topics include manipulation of algebraic expressions; zeros of quadratic and polynomial functions; equations involving rational exponents, radicals, rational functions, and absolute values. Functions are studied, with emphasis on notation, graphing, transformations, inverses and compositions. Practical applications include optimization, motion, and area problems. Nonlinear systems and complex numbers are included. 




MATH 095 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE MATH II 

PREREQUISITES:
MATH 094 with at least a C.
TRANSFERABILITY
OU, (and, with Math 094, to SFU), UVic. Students should refer to the Provincial Transfer Guide, or check with a program advisor for the amount of credit awarded. Credits = 4. 
 



CONTENT 

Content: In MATH 095 the students examine logarithmic and exponential functions, trigonometric functions, and geometric and arithmetic sequences and series. Additional topics covered as time allows include the binomial theorem, matrices, and vectors. 