Habash MAT0104 LD06 81676 LD14 8168

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Prince George’s Community College
MAT 0104-INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
Fall 2014 MAT-0104-LD06 (81676) Marlboro Hall, Room 3126 MAT-0104-LD14 (81684) Marlboro Hall, Room 3126 MAT-0104-LD15 (81685) Marlboro Hall, Room 3124

Location/Days and Time:
LD06 - Monday, Wednesday 12:00PM - 01:50PM, Marlboro Hall, Room 3126 LD14 - Tuesday, Thursday 04:00PM - 05:50PM, Marlboro Hall, Room 3126 LD15 - Monday, Wednesday 02:00PM - 04:15PM, Marlboro Hall, Room 3124

Instructors:Julia Habash
Telephone:301-297-5919 (Leave a clear Message include your name and what course}
301-322-0421 Department
Office:Marlboro 3117
E-Mail:habashjz@pgcc.edu
All credit students in this class are required to use Owl Mail for all college communication. Include course number as subject and sign complete name. Office Hours:
 
Monday, Wednesday 11:00 - 11:30AM and 1:00 – 1:30PM
Tuesday, Thursday 3:00 - 3:30PM

Course Description:This version of the intermediate level algebra course is taught in a module format. These modules provide mastery of rational expressions and equations; expressions and equations involving radicals and rational exponents; complex numbers, solving and graphing quadratic equations; exponential and logarithmic functions; functions and using a graphing calculator to solve equations. 4CEU's Prerequisites:Successful completion (grade of P4) of DVM 0070 or DVM0080 Or

Elementary high school algebra and Accuplacer score of 82 or above on the Elementary Algebra test AND a reading placement score DVR 0060 completed or concurrent. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to use symbolic, numerical, and visual skills to find and verify solutions of algebra problems and algebra applications (of intermediate-level difficulty) in the following areas:

Course Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: Measurable Outcome Addressed through the Course Outcome

Student Core Competency

1.
Recognize, evaluate, graph functions and their domain and range (2.2) Engage in qualitative and quantitative reasoning to interpret, analyze, and solve problems. (4.3) Utilize computer software and other technologies to enhance college-level learning, communication, and visual literacy. Scientific and Quantitative Literacy

Information Literacy
2.
Various factoring techniques
(2.1) Comprehend mathematical concepts and methods.
Scientific and Quantitative Literacy
3.
Simplifying and performing arithmetic operations.
(2.1) Comprehend mathematical concepts and methods.
Scientific and Quantitative Literacy
4.
Arithmetic of complex fractions
(2.1) Comprehend mathematical concepts and methods.
Scientific and Quantitative Literacy
5.
Solve application problems
(1.3) Read and comprehend college level materials.
(2.1) Comprehend mathematical concepts and methods.
(2.2) Engage in qualitative and quantitative reasoning to interpret, analyze, and solve problems. Communication
Scientific and Quantitative Literacy
Scientific and Quantitative Literacy
6.
Composition and inverse of functions
(2.1) Comprehend mathematical concepts and methods.
Scientific and Quantitative Literacy

CREDIT HOUR EXPLANATION: At Prince George’s Community College, for all credit courses, students are expected to spend a minimum of 37.5 combined hours of instructional time and related coursework time per credit hour. This course is a 4 credit course. This course achieves the minimum of 150 hours of instructional time by requiring 50 hours of instructional time and 100 hours of student work outside of instructional time. Required Course Materials:

eTextbook:Beginning and Intermediate Algebra, Kirk Trigsted, Randy Gallaher, and Kevin Bodden,...
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