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2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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MATH 0106 - Intermediate Algebra for Non-Science/Math

(4 Units) Uses methods and strategies that have been designed to enhance student success. Introduction to the basic properties of arithmetic, real numbers, variables, equations, algebraic expressions, functions, and their graphs. Includes evaluation of expressions and formulas; translation from words to symbols; solutions of linear equations and inequalities; absolute value; powers and roots; solving two linear equations in two unknowns; applications.Credit earned does not count toward unit requirements for graduation, for general education, or for any major. Four lecture hours per week, utilizing directed learning activities. Primarily for business, social science, humanities, fine arts, and undecided-major students. Prebaccalaureate Note: Courses numbered 0001-0999 are prebaccalaureate level and do not carry unit credit toward the 120 units required for a bachelor’s degree.Prerequisites: MATH 0103 or ELM score between 34 and 48, inclusive, or equivalent.


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