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MATH101 - Introduction to College Algebra

This course is an introduction to college algebra and is organized into six distinct parts, beginning with a review of basic mathematics skills. It then addresses the language of algebra, the definition, uses, and methods of solving equations and inequalities, exponents and polynomials, factoring, and rational expressions. Practical applications are emphasized throughout the course. This course does not fulfill the mathematics General Education Requirements, but it can be used as elective credit.

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Previous Syllabi Download Archived Course Syllabi here Not current for future courses

Book Title: Beginning & Intermediate Algebra w/MyMathLab, 4th Ed - VitalSource e-book available through the ED MAP bookstore and MML available in the classroom
ISBN: 9781269459259
Publication Info: Pearson
Author: Tobey, et. al.
Unit Cost: $165.32