MATH0310: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
Concepts instructed in this course are algebraic including polynomials and rational expressions, linear expressions and inequalities, exponents and radicals, absolute value equations and inequalities, factoring, and quadratic equations and graphs.
This course does not count toward graduation at NCTC.
MATH 0305 passed with a "C" or better or satisfactory placement score.
Tobey, Slater, Blair, & Crawford: Beginning and Intermediate Algebra, Pearson, 2013, 4rd ed.
(**e-textbook is included with the MyMathLab Access Code)
Students need an access code for MyMathLab. Students may purchase an access code at the NCTC bookstore or buy it online. Students do not need a textbook, but may purchase one if desired. Access MyMathLab via Canvas. You are required to use your MyNCTC student email account for all correspondence.
College Preparatory Studies Attendance Policy
An absence is defined as the following:
Because this is an on-line course you will earn an attendance grade each week based on the completed assignment(s) for that week. You must log in and complete required assignments on a weekly basis. This is not a self-paced course. Even if you are ahead , you must still log in and complete assignments until you have completed the course.
There are NO excused absences. The Department of College Preparatory Studies will notify students of absences reported by instructors and one courtesy warning e-mail notification will be sent to the students’ current NCTC student e-mail address when the student accrues 3 hours (1 week) absence in a course. Failure to read and/or receive NCTC e-mail is no excuse for not complying with the Attendance Policy. It is the student's responsibility to maintain correct and current e-mail and local and permanent addresses with the college.
After a student has been absent from class 6 hours (2 weeks), the student may be dropped. If the student is dropped from the only College Prep class in which he/she is enrolled and is TSI liable, the student will be DROPPED from all remaining courses for that semester.
Sample Syllabus (PDF)