This class meets once per week for 3 hours on campus in a classroom AND requires an additional 2 hours per week as an online component. Course is 75 hours - 45 in class and 30 online. No class on Tuesday, March 10th, Spring Break.
Upon successful completion, the student is expected to be able to:
Simplify algebraic expressions and solve algebraic equations using the basic laws of algebra.
Find the domain and range of a function and use functional notation to manipulate, combine, and evaluate functions.
Solve linear systems in up to three unknowns using a number of different methods.
Formulate and solve financial, mixture, work and flow problems.
Solve application problems involving quadratic relationships using factoring, and the quadratic formula.
Solve inequalities in one and two variables.
Solve exponential and logarithmic equations.
Formulate and solve problems using common and natural logarithms (example applications will be taken from a number of different technologies).
Solve a variety of problems in technology and industry using right angle and oblique angle trigonometry.
Determine the amplitude, period, frequency, and phase shift for sine and cosine waves.
Demonstrate calculator fluency for all relevant applications.
Solve problems involving analytic geometry.
Determine arc-length and use radians in angular motion applications.
Using vector analysis, solve a variety of problems such as force diagrams and displacement calculations.
Solve technical problems using plane and 3D/solid geometry methods.
Effective as of Winter 2013
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