### Math 1300: Finite Mathematics

**About this Course**

Math 1300 introduces students to mathematical topics, concepts and algorithms relevant to business management and the social sciences. These include financial mathematics, linear algebra, linear programming, combinatorics, probability and statistics.

**Course Document**

**Textbook**

**Textbook**

Finite Mathematics and Calculus & Its Applications, Custom Edition for the University of Missouri,** ****MU Bookstore**

** MyMathLab access code is required for this course. ** Students may purchase a package that includes the MyMathLab access code and an online textbook or a package that includes MyMathLab access code and a loose leaf textbook.

**Sections Covered**

**Sections Covered**

- 10.1: Interest
- 10.2: Annuities
- 10.3: Amortization of Loans
- 10.4: Personal Financial Decisions
- 2.1: Systems of Linear Equations
- 2.2: General Systems of Linear Equations
- 2.3: Arithmetic Operations on Matrices
- 2.4: Inverses of Matrices
- 2.5: Gauss-Jordan Method
- 3.1: Introduction to Linear Programming
- 3.2: Fundamental Theorem of Linear Programming
- 3.3: Linear Programming Applications
- 5.1: Sets
- 5.2: Fundamental Principles of Counting
- 5.3: Venn Diagrams and Counting
- 5.4: Multiplication Principle
- 5.5: Permutations and Combinations
- 5.6: Additional Counting Techniques
- 6.1: Experiments, Outcomes and Events
- 6.2: Assignment of Probabilities
- 6.3: Calculation of Probabilities
- 6.4: Conditional Probabilities and Independence
- 6.5: Tree Diagrams
- 7.1: Visual Representations of Data
- 7.2: Frequency and Probability Distributions
- 7.3: Binomial Random Variables
- 7.4: Measures of Central Tendency (Mean, Median)
- 7.5: Measures of Dispersion (Variance, Standard Deviation)