Provides a review of basic arithmetic and elementary
algebra; includes fractions, decimals, percentages, exponents, radicals,
logarithms; exercises in factoring polynomials, linear equations,
ratio, proportion, variation, complex numbers and quadratic
equations; presents brief introduction to plane figures, geometric
construction, and trigonometry.

Contains information on the following subjects: straight
lines, conic sections, tangents, normals, slopes; introduction to
differential and integral calculus; combinations and permutations;
and introduction to probability. This course is general in
nature and is not directed toward any specific specialty.

Assists enlisted and officer personnel of the United
States Navy and Naval Reserve in acquiring the knowledge requisite to the
computation of time. It uses two-dimensional charts and expanded
narratives to explain both the global division and
designation, and the processes and mathematical formulas used in
the conversion of time.