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School: Science and TechnologyCourse Number: Math 110Course Name: College AlgebraCredit Hours: 3 Credit HoursLength of Course: 8 WeeksPrerequisite: While there are no pre-requisites for MATH110, the course assumes the student has completed MATH101 Introduction to College Algebra or an equivalent course.Course Description This course investigates the concepts of college algebra. The course covers the concepts of algebra, graphing and solution of linear and quadratic equations, inequalities and the solution of systems of linear equations. The course is organized into four distinct parts. The first part of the course covers the basic concepts involved in graphing points and linear equations. The second part of the course investigates the solution and graphing of inequalities and systems of linear equations. The third part of the course concentrates on the manipulation and use of exponential expressions and radicals. The final part of the course considers the solution of quadratic equations and their applications. Practical applications are provided throughout the course. Throughout the course, there is careful attention to the presentation of concepts that will become important in the study of analytic geometry, trigonometry and calculus. While there are no pre-requisites for MATH110, the course assumes the student has completed MATH101 Introduction to College Algebra or an equivalent course and is completely comfortable with the language of algebra, equations and inequalities, polynomials, factoring, and rational expressions. Course Scope The course is delivered online and is organized into distinct parts. The first part of the course covers the basic concepts involved in graphing points and linear equations. The second part of the course investigates the solution and graphing of inequalities and systems of linear equations. The third part of the course concentrates on the manipulation and use of exponential expressions and radicals. The final part of the course