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A survey of contemporary topics in mathematics such as: voting systems and power, apportionment, fair division of divisible and indivisible assets, efficient distribution, scheduling and routing, growth and decay in nature and economics, symmetry and fractal geometry, probability and statistics. MATH 130 may not be taken for credit after any Mathematics course numbered above 140 has been completed.
General Studies Requirement Fulfillment: Quantitative and Analytical Reasoning (*)