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Prerequisites: Math ACT 21 or higher or SSP 0103 or department consent
Grading: A-F only
Course Description: Computer based, on site course with students working at a semi-self pace taking notes in a guided notebook and completing online homework while asking the instructor questions as needed. Course topics include basic concepts of solving equations and inequalities as well as an introduction to function concepts and graphing for polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and exponential functions.
Text: College Algebra MML Access Card and Guided Notebook, 3/E by Trigsted.
Course Content: Chapters R-5, omitting sec 4.7 and sec 5.5