Read our cookies policy and privacy statement for more information.×
Extension of basic algebra techniques, linear equations, and linear inequalities, an introduction to functions, roots, radicals, exponents, quadratic equations, solution of second degree equations and applications, and the analysis and solution of word problems. Class meetings will be held in a computer laboratory setting and students are expected to use the software on an out-of-class basis to supplement regular in-class meetings. This course does not fulfill the university general education requirement in quantitative literacy. MTH 95 requires class contact time of 3 credit hours and will be applied both toward financial aid and term billing as the fee for 3 credits. As no credit for this course applies toward graduation, the credits for MTH 95 are listed on the course schedule and the payment receipt as 0 credits.