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## College Algebra (QL)

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# College Algebra (QL) MATH 1050

Tierra Kreiger I
Salt Lake Community College
GPA 3.93

Cindy Soderstrom

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Date Created: 10/19/15
Curriculum Outline for Math 1050 Date of Adoption Fall 2002 Course Abbreviation MATH Number 1050 Course Title College Algebra Course Description This course explores in greater depth smndard topics many ofwhich were addressed in Math 1010 Intermediate Algebra Topics will include the following polynomial rational exponential and logarithmic functions systems of equations matrices and determinants partial fraction decomposition sequences and series and mathematical induction Use ofgraphing technology is required in this course Course Prerequisites Within the last year there must be one of the following 1 The completion of a Math 1010 Intermediate Algebra course with a grade ofC or better 2 An ACT score of 22 or better 3 A CPT score of at least 43 on the college algebra section Number of credits 4 Number of instructional contact hours 4 Number of lecture hours per week 4 Number of lab hours per week 0 Type of credit Transfer Submitted by Cindy Soderstrom Each curriculum outline provides 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and yintercepts Determine either algebraically or geometrically whether an equation or a graph to an equation has XaXis yaXis andor origin symmet 0 Identify whether a function is even odd or neither algebraically and geometrically Curriculum Outline Template 12803 1 Given an equation of a circle in general form put the equation in standard form then determine the radius and the center of the circle Know and apply the distance and midpoint formulas Determine whether an equation is a function or not Understand and nd the domain of a function Find the intervals of x for which the function is increasing decreasing or constant Understand and apply the average rate of change of a function Graph piecewise functions Graph equations using the rigid transformations re ections stretches and compressions Perform operations on functions and apply composition of functions Construct maximize or minimize and analyze mathematical models of the following quadratic types Area equations circles and rectangles Circumference equations Perimeter equations Demand equations 0 Distance equations Graph quadratic functions and identify xintercepts yintercepts the vertex and axis of symmetry Graph polynomial functions Graph rational functions Perform long division andor synthetic division of polynomials and interpret the results in the following ways 0 Understand and apply the Remainder Theorem 0 Understand and apply the Factor Theorem Understand and apply Descartes Rule of Signs Understand and apply the Rational Zeros Theorem Find all the real andor complex zeros of a polynomial function Understand and apply upper bounds or lower bounds Understand and apply the Intermediate Value Theorem to approximate a zero in a given interval Show two functions are inverse functions find an inverse function graph both the function and its inverse and understand both the domain and range of a function and the inverse function Graph exponential functions and logarithmic functions Understand and apply the properties of logarithms Solve logarithmic and exponential equations Solve applications involving compound interest Solve applications involving growth and decay problems Solve a system of equations that has infinite solutions no solutions or a unique solution using Gaussian Elimination or matrices Solve a system of equations that has a unique solution using Cramer s Rule and the Inverse Matrix Method Find determinants whose dimension is 2 x 2 by hand and using technology whose dimensions are of a higher order Find an inverse matrix by hand whose dimension is 2 x 2 and using technology whose dimensions are of a higher order 0000 Curriculum Outline Template 12803 2 Perform matrix algebra by adding or subtracting matrices multiplying scalars and matrices and multiplying two matrices together Solve a system of nonlinear equations and graph the intersection points Write partial fraction decompositions for rational expressions Write the terms of a sequence de ned by a recursive formula 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