MATH 103 : College Algebra
Functions, graphs and their properties are studied by generalizing and interpreting techniques initially introduced in elementary algebra. Simplification techniques are used to define, simplify, and derive elementary properties of linear, quadratic, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. Equation, system and inequality solving techniques are used to determine the domain and range and analyze the nature of the roots and intersection points of functions and graphs. Quantitative interpretation and practical application of functions and graphs are included throughout the course.
MATH 82X with a grade of CR
Concurrent enrollment in MATH 88
Appropriate MATH placement
Basic computer, internet, and keyboarding skills.
Courses: Mathematics (MATH)