The following course in College Algebra is provided in its entirety by Atlantic
International University's "Open
Access Initiative" which strives to make knowledge
and education readily available to those seeking advancement
regardless of their socioeconomic situation, location
or other previously limiting factors. The University's
Open Courses are
free and do not require any purchase or registration,
they are open to the public.
Objectives for College Algebra:
Understand the Fundamentals of Algebraic Laws.
 The Real Number System
 Linear Equation
 Inequality Equation
 Exponents
 Radical Expression
 Polynomials
 Logarithms
 Rational Exponents
 Factoring
Course Outline for College Algebra:
College Algebra provides an overview of the fundamental concepts of algebra: an understanding of the general concepts of relation and function; and the ability to solve practical problems using algebra. Ms. Araceli Monserrate is the instructor for this course. AIU’s Mission and Vision are founded upon the Declaration of Human Rights which specifies Education as a human right. AIU is doing its part by making learning materials, college courses, and academic research Publicly Accessible. This online distance learning College Algebra course is open to the public as part of Atlantic International Univerity's Open Access Initiative (AIU Open Access). In order to gain college credit and/or receive the completion certificate for college Algebra, participants must be registered as students with AIU.
Resources and Bibliography
Polynomials Curtesy of: Canton District
Laws of Exponents Curtesy of: World of Teaching
Radical Expressions and Complex Numbers Curtesy of: Hubbardd
Additional Online Resources for: College Algebra
Real Number System
Algebraic Equations
Equations and Inequalities
Exponents Overview
Exponents Laws Overview
