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We are pleased to announce the launch of Klotz Online Math Notes, an extensive online collection of notes for a large selection of math courses. These notes have been produced by Dr. Richard Klotz, a faculty member in our department who has taught a wide variety of our courses. We expect that students and instructors all over will find these notes very useful. For some courses, these notes and problem sets may be used or adapted (at no charge) instead of a textbook.
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A major in mathematics is excellent preparation for work
in the world of finance, economics, or business. Almost every bureau and
branch of the federal government employs mathematicians. Many fields that
require applied science and technology, such as medicine, DNA forensics,
weather forecasting, environmental science, and computer programming,
to name just a few, need people with a strong mathematics background.
Many prospective employers are looking for individuals with critical thinking skills combined with a willingness to tackle difficult problems. A degree in mathematics offers evidence of these characteristics.
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