COLLEGE
OF MATHEMATICS
Captain Donald Dobrin, Director dstypalace@hdiss.net 2290 Cougar Street Silver Springs, NV 89429
The
College of Mathematics deals with the various areas of Mathematics from the early years to today and within Star Trek.
You may take College of Mathematics level 100 class in any order. 200 and 300 level courses may have prerequisites. See individul courses for detailed information.
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Course
Tuition:
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100 Level Courses
The 100 level courses look at the development of Math from the early Greek Philosophers to the present day. Provide a quick refresher on some math basics and a look at some math facts in the Star Trek world.
MATH101 –Early History to 1600AD
This course looks at the development of math from the early Greek philosophers to 1600AD.
Reference: Any good set of Encyclopedia's, Wikipedia
MATH 102 –History from 1600AD to the Present
This course looks at some of the awards available to mathematics as well as a few individuals that made notable contributions to math from 1600AD to the present day.
Reference: Wikipedia
MATH 103 – Math Refresher
This course is a review of Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Logarithms, Metric System and converting temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit and back again. You will need a calculator with the 'Log' function as well as basic Trigonometry functions to complete this course. A formula reference sheet is provided.
MATH 104 – Math in Star Trek
This course examines math in the Star Trek world.
Reference: Memory Alpha, Star Trek.com, Star Trek Encyclopedia
MATH 105  Ancient Eqyptian Math
MATH 106  Ancient Hebrew Numbers
Counting using ancient Hebrew symbols.
MATH 107  Introduction to Trigonometry
MATH 108  Introduction to Algebra
MATH 108A  Polynomials and FOIL
200 Level Courses
The 200 level courses will deal with specialised and in depth looks at various math topics.
MATH201 – Introduction to Numbering Systems
This course will look at four different numbering systems: Binary, Decimal, Hexadecimal and Octal.
MATH202 – Introduction to Boolean Algerbra
This course will provide an introduction into the math of solid state electronics.
Prerequisites: MATH103 & MATH201
School of Economics
EC101 –Money
EC102 –Trade
EC103 –Business
EC104 –Business Systems
EC107 –The Eurosystem
EC108 –The Federal Reserve (USA)
ECSI101.1 –Basic Investing 1
ECSI101.2 –Basic Investing 2
SOURCE MATERIALS NEEDED:
 Refer to each course above for the references applicable to each.
