# Chabot MTH 65B - Course Outline (2 pages)

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Chabot College Fall 2003 Replaced Fall 2006 Course Outline for Mathematics 65B ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA B Catalog Description 65B Elementary Algebra B 3 units Concepts covered in the second half of Mathematics 65 including factoring rational expressions and complex fractions system of linear equations quadratic and rational equations graphing Prerequisites Mathematics 65A completed with a grade C or higher May not receive credit if Mathematics 65 or 65L has been completed 3 hours lecture 0 1 hour laboratory Prerequisite Skills Before entering the course the student should be able to 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 write using set theory notation apply order of operations to simplify algebraic expressions solve linear equations in one variable solve and graph linear inequalities in one variable graph linear equations in two variables by various methods add subtract multiply and divide polynomials apply the formula for squaring the binomial apply algebraic methods to solve word problems solve formulas for any given variable apply the properties of integral exponents convert between scientific notation and standard notation find the slope of a line from the graph and from the definition Expected Outcome for Students Upon completion of the course the student should be able to 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 factor special products general trinomials and four terms add subtract multiply divide and simplify rational expressions solve rational equations apply algebraic methods to solve word problems solve quadratic equations by factoring find the slope of a line from the slope intercept equation of the line find the equation of the line using the point slope equation solve quadratic equations by factoring using the principle of square roots and using the quadratic formula Course Content 1 Factoring a Removing common factors b Trinomials c Difference of two squares d Grouping 2 Rational expressions a Simplifying b Operations c Complex fractions 3 Solving rational equations 4 Introduction to systems

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