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MAT0022 Foundations of College Mathematics Combined Course

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6 credit hour(s) Fall | Spring | Summer
Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement and initial diagnostic assessment scores or voluntary enrollment. Students are highly encouraged to consult with an academic advisor before choosing their developmental mathematics course.
This course includes a combination of the competencies from Foundations of College Mathematics I and II (  and  ). It focuses on strengthening the arithmetic skills taught in the first course through their application to algebraic and geometric concepts covered in the second course. The course is designed to supplement and strengthen the skills possessed by the student and to allow for the development of the algebra skills necessary to be successful in college-credit mathematics. Topics include properties of real numbers, operations with real numbers, manipulation of algebraic expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, basic polynomial operations, applying the properties of integer exponents, factoring polynomials, operations with radical expressions, basic graphing of linear equations in two variables, and basic applications of algebra in plane geometry. The class is given in two formats: (1) computer-mediated and (2) direct instruction/guided active learning. In the computer-mediated format, students take a diagnostic assessment, and an individual learning plan (ILP) is developed based on the assessment. The student then uses a computer-based learning platform, along with in-class activities, to complete the ILP. In the direct instruction/guided active learning format, the student is responsible for completing pre-class activities and in-class activities that are a mix of direct instruction, group activities and individual discovery activities. Students are encouraged to read the schedule notes to ensure they choose the format that best suits their learning style and needs. MAT0022 requires students pass the class with a grade of “C” or better.
  Contact: 6 hours. Does not count toward A.A. degree or A.S. degree.

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