Earn Algebra College Credits On Your Schedule. This course will introduce you to the study of College Algebra. Conclusion of this course will give you the confidence to sit and pass your final exam for college credit.
College Algebra provides a working foundation in the use of algebraic operations, theories, and principles. After a brief review of foundational concepts including real numbers, exponents and radical expressions, rational expressions and polynomials, College Algebra prepares students to:
Each of the ten units include sections specifically devoted to modeling and solving real-world problems. Activities that model real-world situations are also included in every section to help students apply content throughout the course.
1.1 Prerequisites - An introduction to College Algebra
1.2 Introduction to Mathematical Models - A mathematical model is a description of a system using mathematical concepts and language. The process of developing a mathematical model is termed mathematical modeling.
1.3 Real Numbers - In mathematics, a real number is a value that represents a quantity along a continuous line.
1.4 Properties of the Real Number System - Learn and define Cummulative, Associative, Distributive, Density and Identity properties.
1.5 Multiplication and Division of Real Numbers - The third and forth operation of arithmetic applied to Real Numbers.
1.6 Addition and Subtraction of Real Numbers - The first and second operation of arithmetic applied to Real Numbers.
1.7 The Real Number Line and Order - The real line, or real number line is the line whose points are the real numbers.
1.8 Interval and Set Notation - All the numbers between two given numbers and correct notation.
1.9 Using a Scientific Calculator - Know how to use the your calculator with confidence.
1.10 Exponents - A small number to the right defining how many times to use the number in multiplication.
1.11 Scientific Notation - A way of writing numbers that are too big or too small to be conveniently written in decimal form.
1.12 Radical Expressions - Any mathematical expression containing a radical symbol .
1.13 Rational Exponents - A rational exponent represents both an integer exponent and an nth root.
1.14 Polynomials - An expression that can have constants, variables and exponents, but have defining characteristics.
1.15 Factoring with Greatest Common Factors and Grouping - Finding what to multiply to get an expression.
1.16 Factoring Binomials and Trinomials - Factoring a polynomial is the opposite process of multiplying polynomials.
1.17 Rational Expressions - The diviision or ratio ot two polynomials.
1.18 More Operations with Rational Expressions - Constants, variables, and algebraic operations, and more...
2.1 Equations and Inequalities - More than one operation, steps to solve a true statement.
2.2 Linear Equations - An equation for a straight line.
2.3 Linear Equations with Many or No Solutions - Underdetermined or overdetermined systems of linear equations.
2.4 Working with Mathematical Models - Simulating real-life situations with mathematical operations.
2.5 Modeling with Linear Equations - Take real world applications and describe them using Linear Equations.
2.6 Mixture Problems - Real world problems of items with different quantities and values mixed together.
2.7 Power Equations - Exponential Expressions with power values.
2.8 Power Equations with Fractional Powers - Exponential Expressions with fractional power values.
2.9 Modeling with Power Equations - Real world applications or solvingfor power equations.
2.10 Manipulating Formulas - Manipulation equtions and formulas for solving.
2.11 Linear Inequalities - An inequality which involves a linear function.
2.12 Compound Inequalities - A compound inequality is a combination of two or more inequalities joined by either an 'and' or an 'or.
2.13 Applications of Linear Inequalities - Real world applications of solving for linear inequalities.
2.14 Absolute Value Equations - Equations with the absolute value of a complex number.
2.15 Absolute Value Inequalities - Solving for inequalties in absolute value.
2.16 Proportions - Equivalent ratios and fraction.
2.17 Modeling with Proportions - Real world applications of equivalent ratios.
2.18 Variations - Direct or inverse relationships between two variables.
3.1 This course contains 7 more units, providing learning concepts and practice activities on: - Equations and Inequalities, Coordinates and Graphs, Quadratic Functions, Polynomial and Rational Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, Systems of Equations and Inequalities, Sequences, Series, and the Binomial Theorem
The following sample questions do not appear on an actual examination. These questions are intended to give test-takers an indication of the format and idea of what to study!
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