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Introductory Algebra takes the learner through topics that teach the basics of algebra. Real-life scenarios students can relate to are used to teach difficult concepts and topics. After a pre-algebra review, this course focuses on the basics of algebra and includes math vocabulary and notation, operations with numbers, fractions, decimals, percentages, and quadratic equations. Students also learn to read and interpret graphs.
Introductory Algebra is a not-for-credit course which prepares students to successfully complete College Algebra. For more information visit: http://straighterline.com/courses/descriptions/introductory-algebra/
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