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MAT1033 Intermediate Algebra

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3 credit hour(s) | Fall | Spring | Summer
Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement score or completion of development education mathematics. MAT1033 cannot be taken for credit by any student who has grade of C or better in any higher mathematics course.
This course carries elective credit and does not count toward the six hours of mathematics required for the A.A. degree. Major topics include linear equations, linear inequalities, systems of linear equations, inequalities in two variables and their graphs, introduction to relations and functions, rational exponents, operations with rational expressions, complex fractions and rational equations, operations with radical expressions and radical equations and quadratic equations. Application problems of various types are included to reinforce skills and concepts. This class includes a computer component that will require students to complete online computer assignments out of class, either at home or in the computer labs provided on campus. A scientific calculator is required for this course; it does not have to be a graphing calculator. Check with instructor for the most appropriate type of calculator. Lecture: 3 hours. Elective credit only; does not satisfy the general education mathematics requirement.

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