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MATH 24 Modern Business Mathematics Fall 2015
|Section 2& 3 |Instructor: Dr. Kathy Zhong |Phone: 278-6698 |
|Sec. 2 TuTh 9:00-10:15am |Office Hours by Prof. Zhong in BRH 132 TuTh: |Office Hours by Domokos, Franciska |
|Room: DNH 1004 |10:15--11:45 starting 2nd week of school or |MW 9--10, Tu 1:30--2:30, |
|Sec. 3 TuTh 12-1:30 |by appointment. |TuTh 10:15--11:45 and F 2--4 |
|Room Humboldt 202 | |in Library 1010 (Multicultural Center) |
| |E-mail: kzhong@csus.edu |URL: www.csus.edu/indiv/z/zhongk |

Math Lab: The Math Lab in Brighton Hall 118 provides free tutoring. Hours M--Th 9-5pm, F 9-1pm.
Catalog Description: Mathematics for business world, including functions, math of finance, and rates of change. Applications to economics and business will be emphasized throughout by the use of case studies.

Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to: (1) Solve problems by thinking logically, making conjectures, and constructing valid mathematical arguments. (2) Make valid inferences from numerical, graphical and symbolic information. (3)Apply mathematical reasoning to both abstract and applied problems, and to both scientific and non-scientific problems.

Prerequisites: MATH 009,and the Intermediate Algebra Diagnostic Test (IAD). You must have an IAD test score of 27 or better to stay in the class(Department policy, no exceptions.). All students are required to show their scores by Tuesday, September 8 to avoid being dropped from…...

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...Mohammed Rafi 1 Mohammed Rafi Mohammad Rafi Background information Born Origin 24 December 1924 Kotla Sultan Singh, Punjab, British India Indian Died 31 July 1980 (aged 55) Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Genres Indian classical, ghazal, playback singing Occupations Hindi and Punjabi playback singer Instruments Vocalist Years active 1944–1980 Mohammad Rafi (Urdu: ‫ ,عیفر دمحم‬Hindi: मोहम्मद रफ़ी; 24 December 1924 – 31 July 1980), was an Indian playback singer whose career spanned four decades.[1] He won a National Award and 6 Filmfare Awards. In 1967, he was honoured with the Padma Shri by the Government of India.[2] In a career spanning about 40 years, Rafi sang over 26,000 film songs.[3] His songs ranged from classical numbers to patriotic songs, sad lamentations to highly romantic numbers, qawwalis to ghazals and bhajans, and from slow melancholic tunes to fast and melodious fun filled songs. He had a strong command of Hindi and Urdu and a powerful range that could accommodate this variety.[4] He sang in many Indian languages including Hindi, Konkani, Urdu, Bhojpuri, Oriya, Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi, Sindhi, Kannada, Gujarati, Telugu, Maghi, Maithili and Assamese. He also recorded a few English, Persian, Spanish and Dutch songs. An article in Times of India, published on 24 July 2010 sums up his voice as, "If there are 101 ways of saying "I love you" in a song, Mohammed Rafi knew them all. The awkwardness of puppy love, the friskiness of teen romance, the philosophy......

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