College Algebra

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The following topics will be covered. There will be two midterms and one final exam. There are no deadlines unless you are in the SJSU Plus-Udacity for-credit program. Lesson 1: Number Lesson 2: Expressions Lesson 3: Polynomials Lesson 4: Equations Lesson 5-1: Coordinates Lesson 5-2: Distance Lesson 5-3: Midpoints And Slope Lesson 6-1: Slope And Equations Lesson 6-2: Points Lesson 7: Forms of the Equation of a Line Lesson 8: Inequalities And Absolute Value Lesson 9: More Inequalities And Equations Lesson 10: Parabolas Lesson 11: Factoring Lesson 12: Quadratic and Rational Inequalities Lesson 13: More Parabolas Lesson 14: Completing the Square Lesson 15: Quadratic Formula Lesson 16: Complex Numbers Lesson 17: Functions Lesson 18: Domain and Range Lesson 19: Behavior of Functions Lesson 20: Factor Theorem Lesson 21: Rational Zero Test Lesson 22: Intermediate Value Theorem Lesson 24: Asymptotes Lesson 25: Slant Asymptotes Lesson 26: Transformations Lesson 29: Exponential Functions Lesson 30: Scientific Notation Lesson 31: Logarithmic Functions Lesson 32: Log Properties Lesson 33: Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations Lesson 34: Population, Scrolls and Sound




  • Julie Sliva Spitzer - Julie Sliva Spitzer is a Professor of Mathematics Education in the Mathematics Department at San Jose State University, where she primarily works with prospective mathematics teachers on pedagogy. Her primary area of interest is in teaching mathematics to special education students. She is excited to help increase access to further education through this course.


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