Offered fall and spring semesters and summer session as demand warrants. Three hours lecture and discussion a week. Begins with a review of beginning algebra, and continues with polynomials, factoring, linear and quadratic equations, graphs of functions, systems of equations, integer and rational exponents, and radicals. Not designed as a first course in Algebra. Calculators or computers as computational aids will be used in this course. This course does not meet associate degree graduation requirements. Prerequisite: Appropriate Placement Assessment score or grade of "C" or better in Mathematics 90 or Mathematics 91, or students who have had a grade of "D" in Mathematics 96.
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