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Course Syllabus for Intermediate Algebra

Course Schedule: Online
Course Description: Topics for all formats include basic algebraic operations, elementary equations, law
of integral exponents, factoring and radical notation, rational expressions and an introduction to the
Cartesian coordinate system . This course carries institutional credit but will not transfer and will not meet
degree requirements.

Prerequisites : Math 306 or placement by testing
Credit Hours:
3 non-credit hours
Learning Outcomes: In completing this course, through various means including but not limited to
collaborative learning, technology, and required software assignments, you will be able to:

Solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable and compound inequalities in one variable
• Use linear equations to solve applications
• Sketch graphs of linear relations
Simplify expressions using definitions and laws of integer exponents
Add , subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials
• Factor polynomial expressions
• Solve quadratic equations using the factoring method
• Solve systems of linear equations in two variables
• Identify restricted values of rational expressions ; reduce , multiply and divide rational expressions; and add
and subtract rational expressions with like denominators .

Topics:
• Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities
• Introduction to Graphing
• Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities
• Exponents and Polynomials
• Factoring Polynomials
• Rational Expressions
• Graphing Linear Systems and Inequalities and Two Variables
• Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities and Two Variables
Radical Expressions
• Solving Quadratic Expressions by Factoring

Required Materials:
• Bittinger, M. (tenth edition) Introductory Algebra. Addison-Wesley
• My Math Lab access code

Tentative schedule for Introductory Algebra-Online, 0308-4W001, Fall 2009
Due Dates for Homework and Tests

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
August 23 24 25 26 27 28 August 29
Course
Starts
1.1-1.2
30 31
1.3
September 1
1.4
2
1.5
3
1.6
4
1.7
5
1.8
6 7
2.1
8
2.2
9
2.3
10
2.4
11
2.5
12
2.6
13 14
2.7
15
2.8
16
Test I, Start
On Chapters 1&2
17 18 19
20 21
3.1
22
3.2
Test I, End
23
3.3
24
3.4
25
3.5
26
3.6
27 28
3.7
28
3.7
30
4.2
October 1
4.3
2
4.4
3
4 5
4.5
6
4.6
7
4.7
8 9
4.8
10
11 12
Test II, Start
On Chapters 3&4
13 14 15
5.1
16
5.2
17
18
Test II, End
19
5.3
20
5.4
21
5.5
22
5.6
23
5.7
24
5.8
25 26
6.1
27
6.2
28
6.3
29
6.4
30
6.5
31
November 1 2
6.6
3 3 5 6
6.8
7
8 9
6.9
10 11
Test III, Start
On Chapters 5&6
12 13 14
15 16
7.1
17
7.2
Test III, End
18
7.3
19 20
7.4
21
22 23
7.5
24
8.1
25
8.2
26
8.3
27
8.4
28
29 30
Test IV, Start
On Chapters 7&8
December 1 2 3 4 5
6
Test IV, End
7
Final Exam, Start
8 9 10 11 12
December 13
Final Exam, End
           

Final Exam has to be done by the end of Sunday December 13, working hours.

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