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Professor: *San Diego Mesa College*.

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Using This Web Site,
Calculators, Study Groups, Homework**

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Math Field Day (Challenging
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Math 119 (Statistics)

Math 141 (Precalculus –
College Algebra and Trigonometry)

Math 150 (Calculus w/Analytic
Geometry I)

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MATH 15s: GREAT REFRESHERS! MAYBE TAKE A 15 TOGETHER WITH – OR IN PLACE
OF – YOUR CLASS!**

TheyÕre great, 1-unit, online, self-paced refreshers
that have helped many students. 15E is trig; 15F is college algebra. A
Òno-passÓ does not affect GPA, though it does appear on your transcript (I had
originally thought they could be wiped off; maybe not!).;
itÕs only a problem if youÕre on academic probation. 15E includes 15D
(geometry). Instead of enrolling in both 15E and 15F, contact the instructor,
and s/he may be able to make arrangements with you to just enroll in one class.

These are offered several times throughout the
semester. You could take more than one in one semester! Get a good foundation
for your classes!

Math 107 (Intro Scientific
Programming / Java) by Steve Horton

Math 119 (Statistics)

Math 121 (Applied Calculus I)

Math 141 (Precalculus –
College Algebra and Trigonometry)

Math 150 (Calculus w/Analytic
Geometry I)

Math 151 (Calculus w/Analytic
Geometry II)

Math 245 (Discrete Mathematics)

Math 252 (Calculus w/Analytic
Geometry III)

Math 254 (Linear Algebra)

Math 255 (Differential
Equations - not yet; see books below)

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Start with the Schaum's Outline: http://www.amazon.com/Schaums-Outline-Differential-Equations-Outlines/dp/0071456872/ref=pd_bbs_sr_3/104-6008293-6032751?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1178634919&sr=8-3

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Classic (and cheap) book on the market that fills in lots of details (maybe
better for more advanced study): Tenenbaum and
Pollard É http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0486649407/qid=1138045541/sr=8-2/ref=pd_bbs_2/104-7514554-3593561?n=507846&s=books&v=glance

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This
unofficial website or page is maintained and owned by Ken Kuniyuki. Content
provided does not reflect the views or opinions of the San Diego Community
College District, or Mesa College. Comments about the content on this site
should be directed to the web site owner at: kkuniyuk@yahoo.com.

The
website owner bears no responsibility for computer system errors. If you find
any errors, contact me as soon as possible. My students must share
responsibility with me for the accuracy of the information on this site and in
the class as a whole.

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Suggestions
are welcome! - Thanks É Ken Kuniyuki (B.S., M.S. *Stanford* / M.A. *UCSD*),
Professor: *San Diego Mesa College*.