Will provide students with a thorough and rigorous treatment of the following topics in number theory and connections to algebra: factors and multiples; prime numbers and the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic; divisibility tests; integers; growing patterns; arithmetic and geometric sequences; functions (linear, quadratic, and exponential); expressions and equations; and additional connections between other branches of mathematics and algebra as time permits. These topics will be investigated through a variety of models, representations, and contexts, as well as through solving non-routine problems. Prerequisites: MATH 273 and department consent.

# MATH 225 - 001

ALGEBRA AND NUMBER CONCEPTS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS

Session

Regular Academic Session

Class Number

6277

Career

Undergraduate

Units

4 units

Grading

UNDERGRADUATE GRADING

Description

Will provide students with a thorough and rigorous treatment of the following topics in number theory and connections to algebra: factors and multiples; prime numbers and the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic; divisibility tests; integers; growing patterns; arithmetic and geometric sequences; functions (linear, quadratic, and exponential); expressions and equations; and additional connections between other branches of mathematics and algebra as time permits. These topics will be investigated through a variety of models, representations, and contexts, as well as through solving non-routine problems. Prerequisites: MATH 273 and department consent.

Add Consent

Department Consent Required

Class Details

Instructor(s)

Wei Sun

Meets

TuTh 2:00PM - 3:50PM

Dates

08/26/2019 - 12/17/2019

Room

YR0106

Campus

Main Academic Campus

Location

On Campus

Components

Seminar Required |

Class Availability

Status

Open

Seats Taken

8

Seats Open

16

Class Capacity

24

Wait List Total

0

Wait List Capacity

0