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MTH 067: Foundations of Mathematics

This is the first of two courses in the developmental math sequence. The focus of this course is to develop students' problem-solving and basic algebra skills. Topics for this course include applications involving integers, decimals and fractions, as well as applications of percents, proportions and consumer credit, algebraic expressions, algebraic properties, algebraic operations and multi-step equation-solving. The Cartesian Coordinate system and applications of algebra are also introduced. Students who complete this course, and demonstrate competency on an exit test, are eligible to enroll in the second course.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading Level 4; no minimum writing level; Academic Math Level 1, no higher than level 2

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