## MATH 60-29

INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

## INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION:

Professor Shannon Gracey

*Phone:* (619) 421-6700 ext.
5517

*Office: Room 320D*

*e—mail:* sgracey@swccd.edu

*web page:* http://www.swccd.edu/~sgracey

*Office Hours*

### MW, from 1:30PM-2:05PM, TTH from
2:00PM-3:30PM

###

**STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:****
**

### Upon successful completion of Math 60, the student
should be able to:

1. Recognize algebraic and functional vocabulary
and symbols.

2. Evaluate and perform algebraic operations
on polynomial, rational, radical, and exponential expressions.

3. Apply algebraic definitions, properties,
and concepts to the solutions of linear, absolute value, and quadratic equations.

4. Graph linear and quadratic functions, parabolas,
and circles.

5. Model and solve real world situations with
appropriate mathematical notation.

**COURSE DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE:**

Emphasizes intermediate concepts
of algebra such as Rational Numbers, systems of

equations in two and three variables, absolute value equations and inequalities,
radical

expressions, rational exponents, Complex Numbers, quadratic equations, graphing
linear

and quadratic functions, and graphing parabolas and circles.

**PREREQUISITE:**

MATH 45

**RECOMMENDED PREPARATION:**

RDG 56 or the equivalent skill level as determined
by the Southwestern College Reading Assessment or equivalent

# ANNOTATED LECTURE PDF FILES

## HOMEWORK:

Semester Homework
List

## SOLUTIONS:

EXAMS

### Movies

Simplifying
Complex Rational Expression

Application:
Work Problem

## HANDOUTS:

SYLLABUS

TENTATIVESPRING 2011
SCHEDULE

PRACTICE FINAL

WORKSHEETS

top
of page / Shannon Gracey's main page / SWC
Home