MATH 105 - College Algebra [GEQR]
A study of functions and their graphs, including polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions; inverse functions; equations and inequalities; and applications.
Credit 3 hrs Normal (A-F)
May not be repeated for additional credit
Course Rotation: Fall, Winter, and Summer
Prerequisites - Level 4 Math Placement or MATH 104 with a “C” or higher
Other Restrictions -
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing
This course will help students refine and extend fluency with algebraic skills. Additionally, the focus of this course is on the conceptual understanding of functions. The course makes the case for using functions to model physical phenomena and simultaneously teaches methods to analyze these functions in a meaningful way. The course presents a catalog of functions - linear, power, quadratic, polynomial, rational, absolute value, exponential and logarithmic functions. By the end of the course, students should know the basic properties and graphs of these functions along with using them as models for real-world applications. For these reasons, MATH 105 will count for the Quantitative Reasoning [GEQR] requirement in the General Education program.
Additional Information: For more information about this course, review the course outline .
Keywords: mathematics , Quantitative Reasoning (GEQR)
Updates: Course Rotation added 1/2015; Course outline added 6/2014; Approved for GEQR 6/2011, effective Fall 2011
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