Since the Renaissance, over 600 years ago, people have recognized the need for Basic Algebraic skills. However, today's significant technological advances have rendered some of these old skills unnecessary. Calculators can be bought at your local grocery store, and computers are virtually everywhere. This course aims to relate you to the algebraic skills still relevant to our world and lives.
In this course you will learn to do those things, which computers and calculators cannot:
While Algebra is a branch of Mathematics, "Math" is much more than just numbers and variables. Math exhibits a way of thinking: a way to present information or solve problems in a manner that cannot be refuted or misinterpreted.
In this course you will learn to do those things, which computers and calculators cannot:
 Write algebraic equations from words and diagrams
 Interpret the graphs of various functions, linear and nonlinear
 Use the concepts and relationships to solve problems
 Relate solutions of equations to their graphs
 Explain solutions and graphs with respect to realworld problems
While Algebra is a branch of Mathematics, "Math" is much more than just numbers and variables. Math exhibits a way of thinking: a way to present information or solve problems in a manner that cannot be refuted or misinterpreted.
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