MATH 93 Algebra Workshop
(3-0-0) 3 Credits D UN
MATH 0093 is a supplement to the MATH 1105 course. MATH 0093 provides guidance and practice of the foundational algebraic skills of solving and graphing linear equations and inequalities, operations on polynomials and factoring, solving quadratic equations, and operations on rational expressions along with support and additional exposure to the basic skills of functions and systems of linear equations required to succeed in a college algebra course. A scientific calculator is required; a graphing calculator is optional. This is a supplemental course that cannot be used for certificate or degree programs. Students enrolled in MATH 0093 must also be enrolled in the designated companion MATH 1105 during the same semester. MATH 0093 Master Syllabus
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Pre-requisite(s): ACT MATH score of 18 or COMPASS Algebra score of 31-39 Concurrency: None Co-requisite(s): MATH 1105
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