## What is Math 1021 at LSU?

College Algebra

Quadratic equations, systems of linear equations, inequalities, functions, graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions, theory of equations.

## What is Math 1100 at LSU?

Here is the description of this course in the 2019-2020 and previous catalogs: Logic; the algebra of logic, computers, and number systems; networks and combinatorics; probability and statistics. Notes: Math 1029-1100, Blitzer, Thinking mathematically, 7e, 2019. Access to the textbook can be obtained in several ways.

**What is Math 1550 at LSU?**

A student entering Math 1550 is assumed to be versed in the standard pre-calculus topics of functions, graphing, solving equations and the exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions.

**What is Sci 1001 at LSU?**

SCI 1001: First Year Seminar Goals Describe what it means to be a scientist or mathematician; Communicate effectively in speaking, listening, and writing; Apply critical thinking, research ethics, and academic integrity concepts to academic work.

### What is Biology 1201 at LSU?

General concepts in cellular structure, cellular metabolism, cellular communication, and genetics. Primarily for students majoring in science, agriculture, or education.

### What is Bengal bound at LSU?

Bengal Bound provides a series of programs and activities designed to familiarize incoming students with campus, meet other students, and learn about departments, available support, services, opportunities, and a lot more. The celebration offers more than 100 events sponsored by departments and partners across campus.

**What ALEKS score do I need LSU?**

If you are planning to enroll in MATH 1021/1022/1431 and you do not have an ACT/SAT score, you will need to take the ALEKS Exam to determine your MATH placement. while they are a student at LSU and if they score a 61% + they will receive credit for MATH 1021. ALEKS after having earned credit in Math 1550 elsewhere.

**Is the ALEKS math test hard?**

The ALEKS placement test is hard because it is adaptive. In other words, the more questions you answer correctly, the more difficult questions become. Therefore, you are pushed to the limit of your knowledge. Another reason is that the ALEKS test designed to place you into any math course up to Calculus.

## What is Biology 1208 at LSU?

Primarily for students majoring in science, agriculture, or education. Laboratory designed to supplement General Biology I for science majors.

## What kind of math is on the ALEKS test?

The math on the ALEKS placement test covers Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2. However, since the level of difficulty of each question is determined based on the student’s answers to previous questions, some students never advance to the Algebra 2 test questions.

**Does ALEKS test calculus?**

ALEKS Math assessment tool evaluates mastery of a comprehensive set of mathematics skills ranging from basic arithmetic up to precalculus, including trigonometry but not calculus. It will place students in classes up to Calculus.

**How many credits do you get for math at LSU?**

LSU Mathematics Courses. No student may receive more than nine semester hours of credit in mathematics courses numbered below 1550, with the exception of students who are pursuing the elementary education degree and following the 12-hour sequence specified in that curriculum.

### What GPA do you need to transfer to LSU?

24 credit hours in 1000-level courses or higher 2.5 LSU and cumulative GPA (2.5 GPA for transfer) grade of “C” or better in all math and science courses grade of “C” or better in any of the following: Math 1022, Math 1023, Math 1550, or Math 1551

### What is Logic Math?

Logic; the algebra of logic, computers, and number systems; networks and combinatorics; probability and statistics. Notes: Math 1029-1100, Blitzer, Thinking mathematically, 7e, 2019.

**What do you learn in a math class?**

Using mathematics to solve problems and reason quantitatively. Topics include set theory, logic, personal finance, and elementary number theory. Logic; the algebra of logic, computers, and number systems; networks and combinatorics; probability and statistics.