For students who need to develop the basic mathematical skills that are essential to success in more advanced college-level work. Content material includes computational skills of whole numbers, fractions, percents, data analysis, graphs, statistics, properties and operations on real numbers, simplifying algebraic expressions, and solving equations and inequalities. Carries institutional, nondegree credit.
Prerequisite: May not be taken after successfully completing any course offered by the Mathematics Department without written approval of the Department of Developmental Studies chairperson.
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