MATH 92 - Prealgebra 0 credits
This course is designed to reinforce arithmetic concepts and help the student make the transition from arithmetic to algebra. Topics include the traditional arithmetic areas: whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratio and proportion, and measurement. Throughout the course, integers, introductory algebraic concepts, solving equations, and introductory coordinate geometry are introduced.
Students must pass (70 or higher) a Departmental Competency Final Examination in order to complete the course requirements and continue on to the next course, Beginning Algebra. 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.