MATH 099: TRANSITIONAL MATH

(F, S) The purpose of this course is to enhance basic mathematical skills and to prepare students for subsequent mathematics courses. This course is a prerequisite for those who do not qualify for enrollment in MATH 110, MATH 131, or MATH 133. The topics of the course will include, but are not limited to: fractions, decimals, and percents; operations with real numbers, including hierarchy of operations; exponents, roots, and radicals; polynomial arithmetic with emphasis on factoring; solving linear equations and linear inequalities; formula manipulation; and word problems involving any of these topics. The three hours credit for this transitional course counts for fulltime status but not toward graduation requirements.

Prerequisites: Tested out of MATH 099
Hours
3