Math Models with Applications A is the first half of a two semester course that focuses on types of graphs, probability, and statistics. Topics covered include construction and interpretation of graphs, measures of central tendency, measures of variation, and data collection. Basics of probability and probability models are also covered. Students will participate in hands-on projects that employ the skills they learn in real world settings.

**Modules.** The Modules are practice assignments. Each Module is a non-graded exercise that allows you to build your knowledge and identify your strengths and weaknesses.

**Graded Assignments.** Graded Assignments are the tasks you will submit to your instructor for a grade. Each assignment contains specific information about how your work will be assessed and how credit will be given for your responses. The average of your assignments will count for 75 percent of your course grade.

The final examination is comprehensive; it covers the material from all of the units. To pass the course, you must receive a grade of 70 percent or better. You can apply to take the Final Exam after 100 percent of your graded assignments have been submitted, and at least 70 percent have been graded and returned to you.

**Format:** Objective

**Time Allowed:** 3 hours

Total Number of Units: 6

Total Number of Graded Assignments: 22

**Unit 1: Graphs**

Graded Assignment 1: Graphs Homework

Graded Assignment 2: Graphs Writing Assignment

Graded Assignment 3: Graphs Unit Test

**Unit 2: Interpretation of Data **

Graded Assignment 1: Interpretation of Data Homework #1

Graded Assignment 2: Interpretation of Data Homework #2

Graded Assignment 3: Interpretation of Data Writing Assignment

Graded Assignment 4: Interpretation of Data Unit Test

**Unit 3: Collection of Data **

Graded Assignment 1: Collection of Data Homework

Graded Assignment 2: Collection of Data Writing Assignment

Graded Assignment 3: Collection of Data Unit Test

**Math Models with Applications A Midterm Exam**

This Midterm Exam counts as a graded assignment and does not need to be taken at a testing center.

**Unit 4: Uses of Data **

Graded Assignment 1: Uses of Data Homework #1

Graded Assignment 2: Uses of Data Homework #2

Graded Assignment 3: Uses of Data Writing Assignment

Graded Assignment 4: Uses of Data Unit Test

**Unit 5: Probability **

Graded Assignment 1: Probability Homework #1

Graded Assignment 2: Probability Homework #2

Graded Assignment 3: Probability Writing Assignment

Graded Assignment 4: Probability Unit Test

**Unit 6: Probability Models **

Graded Assignment 1: Probability Models Homework

Graded Assignment 2: Probability Models Writing Assignment

Graded Assignment 3: Probability Models Writing Assignment