St. Cloud Technical & Community College

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Course Equivalents for MATH 0420 at St. Cloud Technical and Community College in Fall 2019 (Aug - Dec)



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Anoka-Ramsey Community College

MATH 0100 - Pre-Algebra - 3 credits

Prerequisite: Required score on math placement test Review of the mathematical skills needed for the study of algebra as well as a brief introduction to algebra. Topics include the arithmetic of integers, fractions, decimals, and percents; applications of these arithmetic skills to problems involving measurement, percent, ratio, and proportion; and math study skills. The introduction to algebra consists of operations on signed numbers, algebraic expressions, solving linear equations and an introduction to graphing.
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Central Lakes College

MATH 0810 - Math Pathways - 3 credits
This course will review several pre-algebra topics and introduce topics from elementary algebra, set theory, counting, probability, and basic statistics. Use of the TI-84 Plus graphing calculator will be emphasized in all topic areas. Successful completion of this course will prepare the student for MATH 1441 Concepts of Math and MATH 1460 Introduction to Statistics.
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MATH 0800 - Fundamentals of Mathematics - 3 credits

This course is a developmental mathematics course. It is divided into modules of study that are required as a prerequisite for college level math courses. This course covers percent notation; data, graphs, and statistics; geometry; algebraic expressions, equations and inequalities; and formulas. Throughout the course, students will apply learned concepts to real-world problems in areas such as agriculture, business, finance, construction, health/medicine, sports, and entertainment.
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Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

MATH 0020 - Beginning Algebra - 3 credits

Beginning Algebra applies algebra and geometry to problem solving. Featured topics are problem modeling, linear programming, plane coordinate geometry, solid geometry, and appropriate computational methods. A review of basic topics is included: operations with real numbers and rational expressions, linear equations, systems of linear equations, geometry, set theory and logic, and operations with polynomials. (Prerequisite: MATH 0010 OR placement OR instructor permission).
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Hibbing Community College

MATH 0971 - Beginning Algebra - 4 credits
Beginning Algebra is designed to study operations on real numbers, manipulations of basic algebraic expressions, operations with linear and absolute value expressions, solving equations and inequalities, graphs, functions, solving systems of equations and inequalities, operations on polynomials and polynomial functions including factoring, and applications. Prerequisites: Placement exam.
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Minnesota State College Southeast

MATH 0544 - Pre-College Math (4 cr) - 4 credits

This course covers real numbers, variable expressions, general and literal equations, solve and graph linear equations in two variables, graph and evaluate functions, sets, solving and graphing inequalities and solving systems of equations. Related practical application problems are explored. (4 credits: 4 lecture/0 lab)
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St. Cloud State University

MATH 070 - Basic Mathematics Concepts - 3 credits

An integrated review of basic algebraic and geometric concepts. Emphasis on problem solving, writing to explain methods and solutions, and collaborative learning. Course credits apply towards financial aid requirements and GPA (grade point average), but do not count towards graduation. Offered by the Math Skills Center. 3 Cr. F,S,SUM.
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