This course covers concepts such as operations with fractions, decimals, variables and expressions, real numbers and the number line, the distributive property, properties of real numbers and their operations.
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Algebra is that first course that takes the basics of math and creates an abstract scenario. Learning new vocabulary like variables, unknowns, polynomials, linear combinations, functions of x or f(x), is a part of the algebraic hurdle. This process is happening while moving letters and numbers around. This appears to be a concise description of this branch of mathematics. This course will delve deeper into the beginning algebra basics right after the assessment test.
Dr. Trina L. Coleman
Dr. Coleman has taught STEM courses for over 20 years. She has taught calculus-based physics at the high school, community college and university level. While at Howard University, she provided instruction for general astronomy courses and hybrid introductory physics I and II courses.