CCS143 Algebra I

Credits: 4

This course is designed to serve as a beginner course if you have no prior algebra training, or if you have an algebra background but need a refresher. The course begins with a review of basic algebra concepts, including teaching you to use the order of operations and the laws of exponents. Other basic concepts taught include scientific notation, roots and radicals, and operations on algebraic expressions. The course will teach you the fundamentals of solving linear equations, literal equations and verbal application problems.

Prerequisites: For all CAD/Drafting, CGD, DWD, and HVAC-R students – CCS123.

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