Department of Mathematics

Developmental Math

Developmental Mathematics consists of the following courses:

  • MATH 0990D.Preparation for College Mathematics.

Signed numbers, fractions,decimals, percentages; linear equations and inequalities, geometric problems involving area and perimeter of basic figures; operations with algebraic expressions; polynomials, simultaneous equations, factoring, radical expressions; operations with complex numbers; quadratic equations;graphing and basic Cartesian geometry. Students will be placed in this course based on their XMPT score. Students completing this course will be eligible to enroll in any first year degree credit math course. A grade of “FE” may be applied for students who are absent four or more times in this course.Corequisite: MATH 0990DR. (Non-degree credit, 4, FaSpSu)

  • MATH 0990DR.Preparation for College Mathematics Drill.

Signed numbers, fractions, decimals, percentages; linear equations and inequalities, geometric problems involving area and perimeter of basic figures; operations with algebraic expressions; polynomials, simultaneous equations, factoring, radical expressions; operations with complex numbers;quadratic equations; graphing and basic Cartesian geometry. Drill sessions meet once per week. A grade of “FE” may be applied for students who are absent four or more times in this course.Corequisite: MATH 0990D.(Non-degree credit, 0, FaSpSu)

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