## First Year Courses

MATH 1001H – Precalculus Mathematics

MATH 1005H – Applied Calculus

MATH 1051H – Non-Calculus Statistics I: Elementary Probability and Statistics

MATH 1052H – Non-Calculus Statistics II: Elementary Statistical Methods

MATH 1110H – Calculus I: Limits, Derivatives, and Integrals

MATH 1120H – Calculus II: Integrals and Series

MATH 1350H – Linear Algebra I: Matrix Algebra

MATH 1550H – Probability I: Introduction to Probability

**Math 1001H** - *Precalculus Mathematics*

Designed for students needing to strengthen their
math background in preparation for further courses
in mathematics or the sciences. Topics include rational
numbers, decimal representation, real numbers,
inequalities, algebraic expressions; trigonometry;
functions, including algebraic, exponential, logarithmic,
and trigonometric functions; analytic geometry; simple
sequences and series. Not
open to students enrolled in or with credit for any *MATH* courses other than *MATH 1050Y, 1051H, 1052H, 1350H or
2080Y*. Does not satisfy the Mathematics requirement
for a Bachelor of Science degree. Not for credit towards
a major or minor in Mathematics.

**Prerequisite: **Ontario Grade 11
Functions and Relations (MCR3U) or equivalent.

**Math 1005H** - *Applied Calculus*

An introduction to the methods and applications of calculus. Derivatives, exponential and logarithmic functions, optimization problems, related rates, integration, partial derivatives, differential equations. Selected applications from the natural and social sciences. Not open to students enrolled in or with credit for *MATH 1100H, 1101Y, 1110Y, or 1120H.* Not for credit towards a major or minor in Mathematics.

**Prerequisite:** A Grade 12U or U/C mathematics course or an OAC mathematics course.
**Excludes:** MATH 105H.

**Math 1051H** -

* Non-calculus statistics I: Elementary probability and statistics*

Data summary, elementary probability, discrete and
continuous distributions, the central limit theorem,
estimation and hypotheses testing. This course uses high
school mathematics as a foundation and involves the use
of computer software. Not open to students enrolled in

or with credit for* MATH 2560H*. Not for credit towards a major
or minor in Mathematics.

**Meetings:** Three lectures weekly, one-hour problems session fortnightly.
**Excludes:** MATH 1050Y.

**Math 1052H** -* Non-calculus statistics II: Elementary statistical methods*

Linear regression models, goodness-of-fit and analysis of
contingency tables, analysis of variance for completely
randomized design, andomized block design and
factorial design, nonparametric tests. Interactive
computer package to analyze real data sets is required.
Prerequisite: MATH 1051H. Not for credit towards a
major or minor in Mathematics.

**Prerequisite:** Math 1051H.

**Meetings:** Three lectures weekly, one-hour problems session fortnightly.
**Excludes:** MATH 1050Y.

**Math 1110H **-* Calculus I: Limits, derivatives, and
integrals*

Limits, differentiation, and integration through the
basic substitution rule, with applications to other areas
of mathematics and the physical and social sciences.

**Prerequisite:** Grade 12 Advanced Functions or equivalent with at least 60%; or permission of instructor.
**Strongly recommended:** Grade 12U Calculus and Vectors.
**Excludes:** MATH 110 and 1101Y.

**Math 1120H **-* Calculus II: Integrals and series*

Techniques and applications of integration, sequences,

series, and power series, with applications to other areas

of mathematics and the physical and social sciences.

**Prerequisite:** MATH 1110H.
**Strongly recommended:** Grade 12U Calculus and Vectors.
**Excludes:** MATH 1100Y (110),
1101Y.

**Math 1350H** - *Linear Algebra I: Matrix Algebra*

Vectors, systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors.

**Prerequisite:** A Grade 12U or U/C mathematics course or OAC Mathematics credit with at least 60%.
**Excludes:** MATH 135H.

**Math 1550H** - *Probability I: Introduction to probability*

Probability, random variables, probability distributions.
Does not count as the Introductory Statistics course
required for admission to some professional schools.

**Prerequisite:** MATH 1005H or 1120H or 1100Y or 1101Y or permission of instructor.
MATH 1120H
may be taken as a co-requisite.

## For More Information

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