Algebra: Elementary to Advanced

Johns Hopkins University

This specialization is designed to strengthen students' algebraic and geometric knowledge in preparation for advanced courses such as precalculus and calculus. The curriculum focuses on developing quantitative reasoning and logical thinking skills essential for making informed decisions.

  • Solve linear, quadratic, polynomial, and exponential equations.
  • Explore properties of real, rational, and irrational numbers.
  • Analyze functions, including graphs, domain, range, intercepts, and asymptotes.
  • Apply algebraic concepts to model real-world data and evaluate arguments.

Enroll in this course to master the fundamentals of algebra and gain the necessary skills for future mathematical pursuits.

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Algebra: Elementary to Advanced
Course Modules

A three-part course covering essential algebraic concepts, functions, and their applications, equipping students with the skills needed for future mathematical studies.

Algebra: Elementary to Advanced - Equations & Inequalities

This module focuses on creating a strong algebraic foundation by covering fundamental mathematical concepts essential for advanced courses. Topics include real numbers, equalities, inequalities, polynomials, rational expressions and equations, graphs, relations and functions, radicals, exponents, and quadratic equations.

Algebra: Elementary to Advanced - Functions & Applications

This course equips students with the ability to apply functions to model real-world occurrences. It covers various types of functions and their applications, including formulas, domains, ranges, graphs, intercepts, and behavior analysis. Students will also learn to solve real-world problems using these functions and improve their problem-solving abilities.

Algebra: Elementary to Advanced - Polynomials and Roots

In this final course of the sequence, students extend their knowledge of advanced functions and learn to apply and model them using algebraic and geometric techniques. The course emphasizes logical deduction, quantitative reasoning, and making informed decisions, essential skills for understanding and evaluating various social and political issues.

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