Intermediate Algebra studies the construction and resulting properties of the real number system. Students simplify and factor algebraic expressions using fundamental laws and order of operations, solve first and second degree equations and inequalities in one variable, solve exponential and logarithmic equations, graph first degree and second degree equations and inequalities in two variables, solve 2x2 and 3x3 systems of equations, simplify and solve equations involving rational expressions, and simplify and solve equations involving fractional exponents and radicals. Students are introduced to linear, quadratic, square root, absolute value, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The basic definitions of functions, relations, one-to-one functions, and inverses are discussed along with the algebra and composition of functions.

# MATH 20804201 - 0812

Intermediate Algebra

Session

8 Week - First

Class Number

10281

Career

Degree Career

Dates

6/21/2021 - 8/13/2021

Units

4 units

Grading

Graded

Description

Intermediate Algebra studies the construction and resulting properties of the real number system. Students simplify and factor algebraic expressions using fundamental laws and order of operations, solve first and second degree equations and inequalities in one variable, solve exponential and logarithmic equations, graph first degree and second degree equations and inequalities in two variables, solve 2x2 and 3x3 systems of equations, simplify and solve equations involving rational expressions, and simplify and solve equations involving fractional exponents and radicals. Students are introduced to linear, quadratic, square root, absolute value, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The basic definitions of functions, relations, one-to-one functions, and inverses are discussed along with the algebra and composition of functions.

Enrollment Requirements

NexGen QAS 250+ or ACCP College Math 20+ and ACCP Elem Alg 81+ or ACT Math 22+ or College Tech Math 1A #10804113 or Elem Algebra w/Apps #10834110. Coursework requires a grade of C or higher to satisfy requirement.

Class Attributes

Satisfies Liberal Arts Degree Requirements:

-Mathematics

-Mathematics

Class Notes

In this online course students may need to view online videos and/or need access to a webcam and microphone. Please consult with the instructor for technical requirements. It is recommended students review Online Learning Etiquette prior to the start of class, copy and paste this URL into your web browser: https://madisoncollege.edu/online-etiquette.
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This course includes two or more proctored exams. Information regarding proctored exams will be made available by the instructor.
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This class may be merged with other class sections within our Learning Management Systems (e.g. Blackboard) to facilitate learning and collaboration amongst class sections. Please contact your faculty member with questions related to how this class may make use of merged sections.

Additional Class Information

Approximate Tuition Fee

883.06

Class Actions

Class Details

Instructor(s)

Ramon Figueroa

Meets

Online

Meeting Dates

06/21/2021 - 08/13/2021

Room

Online

Instruction Mode

Online Course

Campus

Online

Location

Online

Components

Textbooks/Materials

Special Instructions
Rental required textbooks are $0.00 if participating in the College’s rental program. The prices listed are for students who wish to purchase their textbooks or have opted out of the rental program. Prices are subject to change without notice.

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Book

Status
Rental Required

ISBN
9780134555805

Author
SULLIVAN

Publisher
PEARSON

Edition
4TH 18

Price
214.50 USD

Notes
Used books may be available at the bookstore for $139.45

Class Availability

Status

Open

Seats Taken

16

Seats Open

9

Class Capacity

25

Wait List Total

0

Wait List Capacity

25