This course is intended for students looking to create a solid algebraic foundation of fundamental mathematical concepts from which to take more advanced courses that use concepts from precalculus, calculus, probability, and statistics. This course will help solidify your computational methods, review algebraic formulas and properties, and apply these concepts model real world situations. This course is for any student who will use algebraic skills in future mathematics courses. Topics include: the real numbers, equalities, inequalities, polynomials, rational expressions and equations, graphs, relations and functions, radicals and exponents, and quadratic equations.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ALGEBRA: ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED - EQUATIONS & INEQUALITIES
One of the best math course i've taken so far. Explanations are simple and easy to comprehend, there are ample questions given to practice as well.
Excellent explanations with challenging sample problems. Well worth the time invested! Thank you.
A profound way of learning and re-learning algebra from basics to advanced.
There is a typo on the final exam in answer #7
200 should be 300
About the Algebra: Elementary to Advanced Specialization
This specialization is intended for students looking to solidify their algebra and geometry necessary to be successful in future courses that will require precalculus and calculus. Quantitiative skill and reasoning are presented throughout the course to train students to think logically, reason with data, and make informed decisions.
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