College Algebra Concepts and Applications (Math 112)
To help students improve basic algebra skills by way of an integrated review of these skills as they are needed in the course.
To promote problem-solving and critical thinking skills through the application of algebraic concepts to common situations.
To enhance learning and understanding of algebraic concepts through the integrated use of graphing calculators.
To provide a sufficient algebra background for Math 113, Math 116, and Math 163/263.
PPL 40+ or MCLG 55+ or SAT I MSS 560+ or ACT MATH 24+.
Test scores expire after 1 year. Some students may need to take Math 100 first.
The following course materials are required for Math 112:
ALEKS Access (billed to your Bursar account and accessed through D2L)
Graphing Calculator -- Certain models of graphing calculators are allowed, while others are forbidden. Information can be found here.
The first exam will take place in class on Thursday, February 11. It will cover the first 3 sections:
Graphs of Functions
The second exam will take place in class on Thursday, March 4. The second exam will cover 2 sections:
Piecewise Linear Functions
Transformations of Functions
The third exam will take place in class on Thursday, April 1. The third exam will cover 3 sections:
The fourth exam will take place in class on Thursday, April 29. The fourth exam will cover 5 sections: