Course Description

Catapult from MATH 1113

Designed to be taken before MATH 1113, this 3-credit hour course offers a complete review of algebra and problem-solving techniques to prepare students for pre-calculus. Topics include factoring, solving equations and inequalities, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions, and graphing techniques. Also available as a catapult course for students enrolled in MATH 1113. Please note that there is a deadline for the drop back process.

If you received a score below 12 on the Mathematics Placement Exam or a score below 60 on the ALEKS Exam, then you may be advised to enroll into this course.

Course Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Develop and understand transferable pre-calculus skills necessary for success in MATH 1113 and beyond
  • Identify, evaluate, perform operations on, and find the domain, range, and inverse of functions
  • Draw common graphs along with transformations and reflections
  • Create, graph, evaluate, interpret, and solve real world applications involving linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic functions
  • Define and evaluate the six trigonometric functions using degrees and radians
  • Draw the graph of sine and cosine functions

Course Syllabi

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