## What does math 125 consist of?

125 Intermediate Algebra (5) Topics include the fundamental operations on algebraic expressions, solutions of equations and inequalities, exponentiation, graphs of algebraic, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations and inequalities, and an introduction to the conic sections.

**What is Math 125 in college?**

Topics include the fundamental operations on algebraic expressions, solutions of equations and inequalities, exponentiation, graphs of algebraic, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations and inequalities, and an introduction to the conic sections. …

### What is Math 112 at UOFA?

College Algebra Concepts and Applications

MATH 112 – College Algebra Concepts and Applications. Topics include properties of functions and graphs, linear and quadratic equations, polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions with applications. A graphing calculator is required for this course. We recommend the TI-83 or TI-84 models.

**What is Math 100 at U of A?**

MATH 100: Math Lab Content includes the following topics: linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, and absolute value equations and inequalities, algebraic expressions, graphing techniques, factoring techniques, exponents and basic data analysis.

#### Is math 125 required?

Math 125 (algebra for statistics) is a course that requires no prerequisite and is a bridge that bypasses a bulk of intermediate math courses and teaches the skills necessary for Math-164, which also qualifies for CSU transfer.

**Is math 125 hard UW?**

It’s hard, but as long as you do a lot of practice problems (it’s mainly just integrals), you will be fine.

## What does math 112 consist of?

trigonometric functions

Math 112 is a course about trigonometric functions. The course begins with a basic reminder of some key geometric concepts in distance and area with 4.5. Chapter 5 introduces the trigonometric functions first from the unit circle and then right triangle perspectives.

**What kind of math is math 111?**

Major Concepts of the Courses Ideologically, Math 111 is a precalculus course. Functionally, Math 111 a course about functions (excuse the pun). Chapter 1 introduces the idea of functions, of which many students already have a rudimentary understanding.

### What is math 120R?

We offer an optional 1-unit supplementary instruction course, Math 196L, to accompany Math 120R. This course develops problem-solving skills in a hands-on learning environment.

**Can I transfer to CSU without math?**

The California State University system is eliminating a math requirement that, for many, has made transferring to a four-year university a pipe dream. Beginning in Fall 2018, the CSU system says non-math and science majors will not have to take intermediate algebra before transferring to one of its campuses.

#### Is math 125 transferable?

**Where can I find the math 125 materials?**

WORKSHEETS: Here is a pdf file with all of the worksheets for the quarter together in one file: AllWorksheets125.pdf . All exams will be administered online this quarter. Exams are open notes and you can use a scientific calculator.

## Do you have to take math 125 online?

Due to the current health crisis, all sections of Math 125 will be conducted online during this Spring Quarter. Your instructors will provide details on their individual class Canvas websites. Please read: A note to the student. 1) WebAssign access. There is no need to purchase this.

**How much does it cost to buy math 124?**

Note: If you are planning on taking at least 3 courses in the FULL CALCULUS series Math 124/5/6 and Math 324 you may wish to email the Bookstore at at [email protected] for an alternative purchase option that will be about $92 for all four quarters.

### What’s the average grade for math 124 / 5 / 6?

Math 124/5/6 Median GRADE POLICY: Since Autumn 2012 the Department of Mathematics has adopted a grade policy for this course. The median course grades for each lecture section (or a single instructor’s combined lecture sections) of Math 124/5/6 taught during the regular academic year will fall within the range of 2.9 +/- 0.2.