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MATH 070
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
4 Units or 1 Unit each/Prerequisite: MATH 050 with a grade of “C” or better
or appropriate assessment.
Advisory: ENGL 035 or ESL 198 or appropriate assessment and READ 023
or appropriate assessment.
Transfers to: CSU if taken prior to the Fall Semester, 1988.
This course is designed for students who have completed an elementary
algebra course and need to complete an additional course in algebra before
proceeding to a college level transferable course. This course is a study of
linear and quadratic equations and inequalities , system of linear equations,
polynomials , exponents and radicals, relations and functions, graphs of
functions, exponential and logarithmic expressions and their applications.
Students may enroll in Math 070 in a lecture section for four units of credit
or in individual oneunit modules: Math 070A, 070B, 070C, and 070D in the
Math and Science Center (MSC) or online. Instruction in the MSC is given
on an independent tutorial, openentry basis which must be completed
sequentially in the MSC over a maximum period of 24 months.
LECTURE/DISCUSSION COURSES
SESSION: 10WEEKS (JUNE 8 – AUGUST 14, 2009) 

0573  MTWTh  8:0010:05 AM  MAYER K  Rm S209 
FIRST SESSION (DAY): 5WEEKS (JUNE 8 – JULY 10, 2009) 

0433  MTWThF  8:0011:20 AM  TRESS M  Rm S329 
0205  MTWThF  11:00 AM2:20 PM  BOTELLO R  Rm S226 
Note: The above classes meet Monday through Friday.
LATE START SESSION (DAY): 6WEEKS (JUNE 22 – JULY 31, 2009) 

0204  MTWTh  10:45 AM2:15 PM  LITTRELL M  Rm S333 
EVENING SESSION: 6WEEKS (JUNE 22 – JULY 31, 2009) 

0202  MTWTh  6:009:30 PM  MCWILLIAMS G  Rm S200 
SECOND SESSION (DAY): 5WEEKS (JULY 13 – AUGUST 14, 2009) 

0261  MTWThF  9:00 AM12:20 PM  KHWAJA Z  Rm S329 
Note: This class meets Monday through Friday.
MATH 070 ON LINE COURSES
8WEEK SESSION (JUNE 22 – AUGUST 14, 2009)
ONLINE COURSE ACCESS: ONLINE.RIOHONDO.EDU
This course is a modularized version of Math 070, which allows greater
flexibility for the student to complete the course online. The majority of
coursework is completed online, with one proctored written exam required
for each module. It is recommended that you sign up for only one module
at a time (each 1 unit).
Contact Jan LaTurno prior to registration for
important information on software/hardware requirements which exceed
Virtual College specifications. Also contact the instructor if you wish to start
earlier than June 22.
MATH 070A  
24 HRS/7 DAYS  LATURNO J  INTERNET  
MATH 070B  
24 HRS/7 DAYS  LATURNO J  INTERNET  
MATH 070C  
24 HRS/7 DAYS  LATURNO J  INTERNET  
MATH 070D  
24 HRS/7 DAYS  LATURNO J  INTERNET 
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MATH 070 INDEPENDENTTUTORIAL COURSES
SESSION:10WEEKS(JUNE 8AUGUST 14,2009)
MATH 070A 1 Unit/Coursework includes: Real numbers , linear equations and inequalities. 

0214  Wkly hrs by arrangement  HEMENWAY E  Rm S300 
MATH 070B 1 Unit/Coursework includes: Polynomials, systems of equations and equalities. 

0144  Wkly hrs by arrangement  HEMENWAY E  Rm S300 
MATH 070C 1 Unit/Coursework includes: Rational expressions , rational exponents and radicals . 

0151  Wkly hrs by arrangement  HEMENWAY E  Rm S300 
MATH 070D 1 Unit/Coursework includes: Exponential and logarithmic functions, quadratic equations and function notation. 

0417  Wkly hrs by arrangement  HEMENWAY E  Rm S300 
MATH 130
STATISTICS
4 Units/Prerequisite: MATH 070 with a grade of “C” or better or appropriate
assessment.
Advisory: ENGL 101, READ 101.
Transfers to: UC (credit limit*), CSU (*Students will receive credit from UC
for only one of the following courses: MATH 130 or MATH 130H.)
This course is designed for students majoring in business, social sciences,
and life sciences. This course provides an overview of descriptive
and inferential statistics. The students learn to read, interpret and present
data in a well organized way. This includes frequency distributions , graphs,
measures of central tendency and variability, correlation and linear regression.
While discussing inferential statistics, the students learn to make
generalizations about populations. This includes probability, sampling
techniques, confidence intervals, and hypothesis tests.
LECTURE/DISCUSSION COURSES FIRST SESSION (DAY): 5WEEKS (JUNE 8 – JULY 10, 2009) 

0536  MTWThF  8:0010:35 AM  PITASSI M  Rm S311 
Note: This class meets Monday through Friday.
EVENING SESSION: 6WEEKS (JUNE 22 – JULY 31, 2009) 

0537  MTWTh  6:008:50 PM  ESQUIVEL R  Rm S303 
( Graphing calculators may be required. Contact the Math Dept. for recommended models.)
MATH 130 ONLINE COURSE
SESSION: 10WEEKS
(JUNE 8 – AUGUST 14, 2009)
ONLINE COURSE ACCESS: ONLINE.RIOHONDO.EDU
Students who enroll in this course will be required to take a total of five
scheduled examinations that will be proctored in the MSC (S300). There
will also be an online orientation.
24 HRS/7 DAYS  LITTRELL M  INTERNET 
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MATH 160
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
4 Units/Prerequisite: MATH 070 with a grade of “C” or better or appropriate
assessment.
Advisory: READ 023 or appropriate assessment; ENGL 035 or ESL 198 or
appropriate assessment.
Transfers to: UC (credit limit*), CSU (*Students will receive credit from UC for
only one of the following courses: MATH 160 or MATH 165 or MATH 180.)
This course will cover linear, quadratic, polynomial, power , exponential,
and logarithmic functions and their applications. These functions will be
approached from a graphical, numerical and analytical point of view. This
course serves as preparation for students planning to take MATH 170, Elements
of Calculus. (Graphing technology will be required.)
FIRST SESSION (DAY): 5WEEKS (JUNE 8 – JULY 10, 2009) 

0572  MTWThF  12:002:35 PM  PRIBNOW J  Rm S200 
Note: This class meets Monday through Friday.
LATE START SESSION (DAY): 6WEEKS (JUNE 22 – JULY 31, 2009) 

0213  MTWTh  8:0010:50 AM  ENGLISH C  Rm S120 
(Graphing calculators may be required. Contact the Math
Dept. for
recommended models.)
MATH 175
PLANE TRIGONOMETRY
3 Units/Prerequisite: MATH 60 and MATH 70 with a grade of “C” or better or
appropriate assessment.
Advisory: ENGL 035 or ESL 198 or appropriate assessment and READ 023
or appropriate assessment.
Transfers to: CSU
This course equips students with the skills necessary for success in precalculus.
It presents the concepts of plane trigonometry using a functions
approach. Included is a study of basic relations, functions, and
transformations,
as well as circular functions, trigonometric functions of angles, identities,
inverse
functions and their equations and solutions of triangles . This
course is a prerequisite for Math 180.
FIRST SESSION (DAY): 5WEEKS (JUNE 8 – JULY 10, 2009) 

0450  MTWTh  10:45 AM1:10 PM  SPIELER G  Rm S209 
(Graphing calculators may be required. Contact the Math
Dept. for
recommended models.)
MATH 180
PRECALCULUS
4 Units/Prerequisite: MATH 175 with a grade of “C” or better or appropriate
assessment.
Advisory: ENGL 035 or ESL 198 or appropriate assessment and READ 101.
Transfers to: UC (credit limit*), CSU (*Students will receive credit from UC for
only one of the following courses: MATH 160 or MATH 165 or MATH 180.)
This course is designed to prepare the students for the study of calculus.
It presents a comprehensive study of linear, quadratic, polynomial,
exponential, logarithmic, rational, and trigonometric functions. Inequalities,
introductory analytical geometry, polar coordinates , polar equations and
their graphs, DeMoivre’s Theorem and an introduction to sequences are
also included. This course is a prerequisite for Math 190.
FIRST SESSION (DAY): 5WEEKS (JUNE 8 – JULY 10, 2009) 

0300  MTWTh  12:003:20 PM  OKELBERRY L  Rm S225 
(Graphing calculators may be required. Contact the Math
Dept. for
recommended models.)
MATH 190
CALCULUS I
4 Units/Prerequisite: MATH 180 with a grade of “C” or better or appropriate
assessment.
Advisory: ENGL 035 or ESL 198 or appropriate assessment, READ 101 or
appropriate assessment.
Transfers to: UC (credit limit*), CSU (*Students will receive credit from UC
for only one of the following courses: MATH 170 or MATH 190.)
MATH 190 is a semester course designed primarily for those students planning
to pursue programs in engineering, mathematics, computer science,
and physical sciences. This course includes topics of differential and integral
calculus of a single variable
FIRST SESSION (DAY): 5WEEKS (JUNE 8 – JULY 10, 2009) 

0266  MTWTh  12:003:20 PM  BRONKAR R  Rm S330 
(Graphing calculators may be required. Contact the Math
Dept. for
recommended models.)
MATH SCIENCE CENTER (MSC)
NONCREDIT
INDIVIDUALIZED STUDY
Open Entry/Open Exit tutorial program in mathematics. For more information,
contact Elaine Hemenway (562)4637571.
5051  Wkly hrs by arrangement  HEMENWAY E  Rm S300 
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