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Algebra Basics

MATH - 023

Credits: 4

Catalog Year: 2017

This course is designed for those students who do not have the necessary background in basic algebra or are in need of a thorough review of basic algebra. Topics include: apply the properties of real numbers, use the order of operations for real numbers, solve linear equations and inequalities, solve application problems involving linear equations, graph linear equations and inequalities with the slope intercept form of an equation, determine equations of lines given specific information, solve systems of linear equations by means of graphing and simple substitution only, solve application problems involving systems of linear equations, perform operations with polynomials, division of algebraic expressions involving exponents should be limited to monomials, simplify algebraic expressions involving exponents. This course cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements.