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# MATH 147 Digital Mathematics

5 credits
Digital Mathematics covers the finite mathematical knowledge, skills and techniques necessary for success in computer-based technologies. Content includes counting, number systems, logic, relations, recursion, graphs and trees, algorithms, data structures, digital circuits, software languages, and programming.

Prerequisites: MATH 098  (recommended) or MATH 099 .

Quarters Offered: Spring

Global Outcomes:
This course teaches to the global outcome of Critical Thinking.

Student Outcomes/Competencies:
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

• Apply counting techniques to solve simple problems in probability
• Explain the integer system expressed in various bases
• Identify logical elements in artificial languages
• Determine tautological, contradictory, and contingent logical forms
• Differentiate between functions and relations
• Appreciate the inductive structure of mathematics
• Solve simple problems using recursion
• Explain the fundamental rules of graph and tree data structures
• Construct simple algorithms for computation
• Express problems using a variety of different data structures
• Write simple computer programs in very high-level software languages
• Describe the use of logic and recursion in semiconductor circuitry
• Apply the mathematical skills of computational problem solving, pattern recognition, substitution, following structural rules, discrete modeling, and formal logic to solve problems requiring reasoning, critical thinking, and computation

Total Hours: 50 Lecture Hours: 50