Xunming Du Mathematics Professor
Contact Information Office Location:  EIT 258, Elko Campus  Phone:  775.753.7081  Email:  xunming.du(a)gbcnv.edu NOTE: Substitute @ for (a) when sending a message. 
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MATH 095 


MATH 096 
Title:  Intermediate Algebra 


MATH 120 
Title:  Fundamentals of College Mathematics 
Catalog Description:  Includes real numbers, consumer mathematics, variation, functions, relations, graphs, geometry, probability, and statistics. Course is broad in scope, emphasizing applications. Fulfills the lowerdivision mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Satisfies mathematics requirement for baccalaureate degrees. It is recommended that students have completed prerequisites within two years of enrolling in this course. 


MATH 181 
Title:  Calculus I 
Catalog Description:  The fundamental concepts of analytic geometry and calculus functions, graphs, limits, derivatives, integrals, and certain applications. It is recommended that students have completed prerequisites within two years of enrolling in this course. 


MATH 283 
Title:  Calculus III 
Catalog Description:  A continuation of MATH 182. Topics include infinite sequences and series, vectors, differentiation and integration of vectorvalued functions, the calculus of functions of several variables, multiple integrals and applications, line and surface integrals, Green's Theorem, Stokes' Theorem, and the Divergence Theorem. It is recommended that students have completed prerequisites within two years of enrolling in this course. 


MATH 330 
Title:  Linear Algebra 
Catalog Description:  An introduction to linear algebra, including matrices and linear transformations, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors. It is recommended that students have completed prerequisites within three years of enrolling in this course. 


STAT 152 
Title:  Introduction to Statistics 
Catalog Description:  Includes descriptive statistics, probability models, random variables, statistical estimation and hypothesis testing, linear regression analysis, and other topics. Designed to show the dependence of statistics on probability. It is recommended that students have completed prerequisites within two years of enrolling in this course. 



