This course continues the demonstration and examination of various algebra concepts that was begun in MTH 208: College Mathematics I. It assists in building skills for performing more complex mathematical operations and problem solving than in earlier courses. These concepts and skills should serve as a foundation for subsequent quantitative business coursework. Applications to real-world problems are emphasized throughout the course.
Solve systems of linear equations, linear inequalities, and linear equations with three variables.
Solve word problems with three variables.
Apply systems of linear equations to real-world problems.
Factor polynomial expressions.
Simplify rational expressions.
Multiply, divide, add, and subtract rational expressions.
Simplify radical expressions and complex numbers.
Apply nonlinear expressions to real-world problems.
Solve quadratic equations by factoring.
Solve rational equations and formulas.
Solve proportion and variation problems.
Solve equations involving radical expressions.
Solve quadratic equations.
Apply nonlinear equations to real-world problems.
Nonlinear Functions, Sequences, and Series
Evaluate absolute value, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic functions.
Perform operations on functions.
Identify composite and inverse functions.
Evaluate exponential and logarithmic functions.
Identify arithmetic and geometric sequences.
Evaluate arithmetic and geometric series.
Apply nonlinear functions, sequences, and series to real-world problems
Fundamentals of College Algebra Review II
Review all objectives from Weeks One through Four.
Analyze applications of mathematics.
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