Intermediate Algebra 
INTER ALGEBRA 
CLASS CODE: 
MATH 101 
CREDITS:
3

DIVISION: 
PHYSICAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING 
DEPARTMENT: 
MATHEMATICS 
GENERAL EDUCATION: 
This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement. 

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: 
Fundamental operations of algebra, properties of exponents, solving linear, fractional, radical and quadratic equations, graphing linear and quadratic functions. Math 101 may not be taken for credit if Math 110 has been completed with a grade of "B" or higher. 
DESCRIPTION: 
A onesemester course presenting the basic algebraic concepts covered in the second year of high school algebra. Students need to understand these concepts before beginning the study of Math 108  Quantitative Reasoning or Math 110  College Algebra. 
TOPICS: 
Fundamental operations of algebra, properties of exponents; solving linear, fractional radical and quadratic equations; graphing linear and quadratic functions. 
OBJECTIVES: 
To prepare students for courses needing basic algebraic concepts. 
REQUIREMENTS: 
Class attendance is required. 
PREREQUISITES: 
Ability to demonstrate proficiency in first year algebra or Math 100B with a grade of "B" or higher. 
OTHER: 

EFFECTIVE DATE: 
August 2001 