MATH 1149: College Algebra Skills

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This course serves as a co-requisite course to MATH 1151. It is designed to reinforce the skills in College Algebra that are necessary for success in Trigonometry. Students should enroll in this course if their placement exam score indicates that their preparedness for Trigonometry is borderline. Other students with sufficiently high placement exam scores can enroll in MATH 1151 without registering for MATH 1149. Students enrolled in this course should be concurrently enrolled in MATH 1151. This course is designed to review computational skills in material that is important for success in MATH 1151. Skills include simplifying rational expressions, rationalizing the denominator, functions and function notation, factoring polynomials, congruent and similar triangles, distance formula, equations of lines, exponential functions, and sequences.

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