MTH70 Review of Intro Algebra
Reviews algebraic concepts and processes with a focus on linear equations and inequalities in one and two variables, linear systems, properties of exponents, polynomials, radicals, quadratic equations, and functions. Emphasizes applications, graphs, formulas, and proper mathematical notation. Recommended: MTH 63 or MTH 65 be taken within the past 4 terms. The PCC math department recommends that students take MTH courses in consecutive terms. Prerequisites: (MTH 63 or MTH 65) and (RD 80 or ESOL 250) or equivalent placement. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide.)
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from 11:30am to 1:50pm
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Tuition: credit Fees: $40
Course details: CRN 22392
This course is taught remotely: at a minimum you will need a device and internet connection that lets you see and hear a Zoom meeting.
A microphone / camera is suggested, but not required - you can type any questions into Zoom chat. Additionally, your device will need to allow you to read pdfs, access our interactive course D2L page, and send documents back to me. Access to a printer will let you print the projects and exams to work on printed copies (and then scan them back), as well as any class notes and activities I might post. A printer is not required, though.
Hi everyone! PCC is still remote for Spring term, so we’ll have class over Zoom. Twice a week we’ll get together at 11:30am online for a couple of hours or so, with a break at the midpoint. I’ll answer questions, present material, and give time to work on the material (either in groups or on your own). We will have weekly homework, both online and submitted, and weekly quizzes through D2L. The Zoom meetings will all be recorded, but coming to class is crucial for understanding and success.
I love this material, and I love teaching it – this math is a foundation for the rest of the math that you’ll cover and use in your career.
Remote instruction takes more time and requires more organization to succeed; here is a series of videos made by PCC math instructors with some advice for success in a remotely-taught class:
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