Surveys mathematical analysis techniques used in work and everyday-life situations. Topics include an introduction of linear functions, matrices, logic, mathematics of finance, probability, and counting techniques along with their applications.

- Solve linear economic models such as supply and demand and break-even analysis.
- Apply basic algebraic concepts to systems of linear equations.
- Explain how to solve certain analytical problems using matrix algebra.
- Apply finite mathematical principles to financial concepts in business.
- Use combinatorics to compute probabilities where outcomes are equally likely.
- Apply basic probability theory to the three main canonical events.
- Calculate measures of central tendency to include mean, median, and mode.
- Calculate measures of dispersion (range, variance, standard deviation).
- Interpret the appropriate outcome for normally distributed data.

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