MATH 0314 - Intermediate Algebra
*Corequisite Support for MATH 1314 College Algebra.
This course helps students with basic math concepts required to be successful in MATH 1314. Topics include factoring, linear equations, distance and midpoint formulas, quadratic equations and applications, complex numbers, other types of equations, linear inequalities in one variable, and other types of inequalities, linear equations in two variables, functions, analyzing graphs of functions, a library of Parent functions, transformations of functions, combinations of functions, quadratic functions and models, polynomial functions of higher degree, zeros of polynomial functions, rational functions, and inequalities, inverse functions, exponential functions and their graphs, logarithmic functions and their graphs, properties of logarithm and exponential and logarithmic equations, linear and nonlinear systems of equations, two variable linear systems, solving system of equations using matrices, operations with matrices.
Prerequisite(s): MATH 0314 (P) requires either that a student has passed MATH 0332 or MATH 0332 (P) with a “C” or better OR TSIA Math Score 336-349 with Intermediate Algebra score 4-15 OR an equivalent score on a Placement Exam.
Corequisite(s): This course (MATH 0314) is a corequisite support course for MATH 1314 . Students should be aware that sections of these courses are LINKED. Therefore, developmental math students who enroll in Math 0314 must also enroll in the linked section of Math 1314 (in the same semester).
Developmental students must maintain satisfactory attendance in BOTH MATH 0314 and MATH 1314. If a developmental student withdraws or drops from one course in the corequisite pair, then he/she will be dropped from the other linked course.
Corequisite courses must be taken during the same semester.
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