Offered fall and spring semesters. Four hours lecture and discussion a week. This course begins with a review of algebra. The course progresses through the study of operations with exponents and radicals; solutions of equations and inequalities; mathematical expressions, functions and solving and graphing linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational and exponential and logarithmic functions; and solutions to systems of equations and matrices. This course is designed as a first course in analysis for those planning to study mathematics 201 and a basic course for those planning to enroll in mathematics 200. A graphing calculator, such as a TI-83, may be required. Prerequisite: Appropriate Placement Assessment score or grade of "C" or better in Mathematics 93 or 96.
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