Intermediate Algebra Part 1

Understand the structure of the real numbers (their construction, operations and properties); solve first degree (linear) equations and inequalities in one variable; graph first degree equations and inequalities in two variables; be introduced to the concept of the function and the use of functional notation; solve systems of equations in a two-dimensional Cartesian plane; perform algebraic operations on polynomials; factor algebraic expressions; solve polynomial equations by factoring and solve applications problems that relate to all of the above. Transferability: by itself this course does not transfer; however, upon successful completion of this course and 20-804-203, Intermediate Algebra 2, four credit hours of Intermediate Algebra are available for transfer.