MATH 93 - Beginning Algebra 0 credits
Topics include: the fundamental concepts of algebra, exponential notations, solving linear equations, linear applications, graphing linear equations, rates, slopes of lines operations with polynomials, negative exponents factoring solving quadratic equations, operations with rational expressions, solving rational equations, operations with radical expressions, right triangle applications, quadratic formula, and systems of linear equations. Students must pass (70 or higher) a Departmental Competency Final Examination in order to continue on to credit-bearing mathematics courses.
This course is developmental and may not be appropriate for satisfying the mathematics or elective requirements in degree or certificate programs. Tuition for this course is charged as 4 hours.
This course is also offered in a self-paced with computer aided instruction format.
Successful completion of prerequisite course MATH 92 Prealgebra or appropriate course placement.