MAT-0125C Principles for Applied College Algebra
Equivalent Hours 2
Principles for Applied College Algebra is an algebra-based corequisite course designed to provide the skills and conceptual understanding to succeed in the accompanying college-level MAT-1250 Applied College Algebra course. Essential skills and concepts include operations on polynomials, solving linear equations and inequalities, working with exponents and radicals, and evaluating and graphing linear and quadratic functions.
MAT-0125C Principles for Applied College Algebra does not satisfy General Education Mathematics requirement.
Prerequisite(s): Appropriate mathematics placement, or completion of MAT-0104 with grade of D, or completion of MAT-0071 with grade of A, and reading proficiency satisfied.
Corequisite(s): MAT-1250 .
- Perform operations on algebraic expressions.
- Solve equations and inequalities.
- Evaluate linear and quadratic functions.
- Graph linear and quadratic functions.
- Factor polynomials.
- Solve system of linear equations.
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