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MATH 327 SKILLS FOR PRE-CALCULUS

2 Units - 2 hours lecture
Corequisite: MATH 2  
Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in TU 301   is strongly recommended
Math 327 provides a review of the core prerequisite skills, competencies, and concepts for Precalculus, and is intended for students who are concurrently enrolled in Math 2, Pre-Calculus.  This course includes the study of: solving linear equations, graphing points and lines on the Cartesian plane, interval notation, translating words to equations, square roots, complex numbers, polynomial algebra, factoring, completing the square, function notation, asymptotes of functions, absolute value, exponent rules, trigonometric functions, the unit circle, basic trigonometric identities, and systems of equations. This course is offered Pass/No Pass only and Non-degree applicable. Passing Math 327 is contingent on successful completion of the transfer-level co-requisite course, Math 2: Pre-Calculus. NR



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