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College Algebra and Trigonometry focuses on providing students with the essential mathematical skills needed for full mathematical literacy. This course emphasizes the properties of real numbers, methods for solving linear equations, systems of equations and quadratic equations, graphs and their analysis, formula solving, problem solving and other applications. Topics from Trigonometry include solutions of right triangle and oblique triangles, applications problems and graphing of trigonometric functions.
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