Course Description

This course has a co-enrollment requirement with MATH1113.

In this 1-credit hour course helps students will develop skills to be successful active learners within a variety of instructional modalities in this course that serves as a co-enrollment for Precalculus. Students will learn to engage peers and instructors; embrace collaborative learning and study groups; reflect on their progress and strategies; and adapt based on self-reflection and results. This course will fuse these topics with the curriculum of Precalculus to help students develop the skills they need to successfully complete Precalculus.

Course Learning Objectives

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

  • Identify oscillatory, exponential / logarithmic, and polynomial behavior and derive appropriate functions to approximate the behavior.
  • State the definition of a function and determine the domain and range of a function as well as determine if the function has an inverse and be able to define the inverse.
  • Provide and defend arguments for conclusions using correct mathematical notation and justify intermediate steps.
  • Read a problem statement and determine a set of steps to answer the question using a formal and effective problem solving strategy.
  • Manipulate relationships to correctly and efficiently isolate a variable of interest

Course Syllabi

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