Course SummaryIf you need a little help with your algebra homework, take a look at this Intro to Algebra course. Our short lessons are easy to follow and make even the toughest algebra topics simple to grasp so you can get caught up in class, complete an assignment or prepare for an upcoming exam.
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Get an introduction to algebra before embarking on more complicated topics in math in this Math 101: College Algebra course. Subject matter experts are available to answer any questions you have as you work through the lessons which have been written to be brief and engaging. Short multiple-choice quizzes follow each lesson so you know if you're understanding what you set out to learn.
|Foundations and Linear Equations||Graph linear equations and systems of equations, differentiate types of numbers, determine a rule from a graph and learn more abstract algebra and more.|
|Matrices and Absolute Value||Solve and graph absolute values, learn how to use matrices and more.|
|Inequalities||Solve and graph inequalities and systems of inequalities and more.|
|Factoring with FOIL, Graphing Parabolas and Solving Quadratics||Interpret three forms of parabolas, learn how to use FOIL to multiply binomials, practice completing the square and more.|
|Complex Numbers||Solve problems using complex numbers, graph complex numbers, solve quadratics and more.|
|Exponents and Polynomials||Define and use a zero, negative and rational exponents, solve problems with polynomials, learn long and synthetic division and more.|
|Rational Expressions||Solve problems using rational expressions and more.|
|Functions||Use function notation and solve problems with functions, shift graphs on the x/y plane, find an inverse function and more.|
|Exponentials and Logarithms||Graph and define exponential growth and decay, evaluate logarithms, use logarithms to solve exponential equations and vice versa.|
|Probability Mechanics||Evaluate factorials, apply the binomial theorem and more.|
|Sequences and Series||Differentiate between the types of sequences, explain summation notation, calculate arithmetic and geometric series and more.|
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