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MTH 070 - Pre-Algebra

Hours: 3
Pre-Algebra is an entry level course for students in  preparation for the Introductory/Intermediate algebra sequence or Fundamental Concepts in Math. Topics to be  covered include: arithmetic operations on the set of whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers, including decimals, exponents and percents, solving linear   equations, various applications in problem solving, the coordinate system, and basic graphing.  Placement in Pre-Algebra is determined by a student’s score on the math placement test and/or the student’s mathematical background. When successfully completed (grade C or better), the course satisfies the college’s prerequisite for
Introductory Algebra, Fundamental Concepts in Math, and Business Mathematics. Prerequisite: None

Gen Ed Skill Type: DEV
Prerequisite: None



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