Dec 01, 2022  
2020-2021 Lane Community College Catalog 
    
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MTH 010 - Whole Numbers, Fractions, Decimals

3 Credit(s)

Students will review whole number skills and learn to compute with fractions and decimals. Concepts, problem solving, and applications will be integrated into the curriculum to increase students' abilities and to extend their understanding of basic math principles in preparation for higher level math courses. Effective math study strategies and math anxiety issues will be discussed to increase students' confidence in their abilities to succeed in math classes and to use math in daily life. MTH010 is intended for students who need to strengthen their basic math skills before moving on to MTH 020 .

Prerequisite: Placement test or instructor consent
Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:

  1. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers
  2. Identify characteristics of even, odd, prime, and composite numbers
  3. Solve real world application problems using whole numbers
  4. Order whole numbers using < and >
  5. List factors and multiples of a given number
  6. Compute problems using the order of operations
  7. Use math vocabulary
  8. Compute area and perimeter of rectangles using whole numbers
  9. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions with like and unlike denominators
  10. Reduce fractions
  11. Compare fractions using <, > or =
  12. Convert fractions to decimals
  13. Solve real world problems using fractions
  14. Compute area and perimeter of rectangles using fractions
  15. Use vocabulary of fraction terms
  16. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide using decimals
  17. Identify place value in decimal numbers
  18. Compare decimals using <, > or =
  19. Convert decimals to fractions
  20. Solve real world application problems using decimals
  21. Compute area and perimeter of rectangles using decimals
  22. Selects appropriate math study strategies
  23. Monitors and evaluates personal confidence progress
  24. Utilizes appropriate math resources



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