COLLEGE ALGEBRA

College Algebra by Missouri State University – this course includes the study of linear and quadratic equations, inequalities and their applications, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations.

Text from Wikipedia article – Algebra (from Arabic “al-jabr” meaning “reunion of broken parts”) is one of the broad parts of mathematics, together with number theory, geometry and analysis. In its most general form, algebra is the study of mathematical symbols and the rules for manipulating these symbols; it is a unifying thread of almost all of mathematics.[3] As such, it includes everything from elementary equation solving to the study of abstractions such as groups, rings, and fields. The more basic parts of algebra are called elementary algebra; the more abstract parts are called abstract algebra or modern algebra. Elementary algebra is generally considered to be essential for any study of mathematics, science, or engineering, as well as such applications as medicine and economics. Abstract algebra is a major area in advanced mathematics, studied primarily by professional mathematicians.



Course IntroductionMissouri State University
14:57
Lecture 1 – Basics of GraphingMissouri State University
46:05
Lecture 2 – Basics of FunctionMissouri State University
41:48
Lecture 3 – Linear EquationsMissouri State University
38:12
Review 1 – Systems of EquationsMissouri State University
48:10
Review 2 – Factoring PolynomialsMissouri State University
51:12
Review 3 – Complex Number SystemMissouri State University
48:32
Lecture 4 – Piecewise-Defined FunctionsMissouri State University
39:48
Lecture 5 – Transformations IMissouri State University
45:23
Lecture 6 – Transformations IIMissouri State University
50:22
Lecture 7 – Creating Mega-Functions with Arithmetic Operations of FunctionsMissouri State University
49:19
Lecture 8 – Creating Mega-Functions with Function CompositionMissouri State University
47:05
Lecture 9 – Inverse Functions or In ReverseMissouri State University
40:45
Lecture 10 – Solving Linear and Rational EquationsMissouri State University
42:19
Lecture 11 – Solving Quadratic EquationsMissouri State University
46:43
Lecture 12 – Solving Equations with Advanced FactoringMissouri State University
45:26
Lecture 13 – Solving Radical EquationsMissouri State University
30:54
Lecture 14 – Graphing and Applying Quadratic EquationsMissouri State University
47:06
Lecture 15 – Graphing PolynomialsMissouri State University
35:58
Lecture 16 – Graphing Rational Functions Part 1Missouri State University
48:59
Lecture 17 – Graphing Rational Functions Part 2Missouri State University
46:09
Lecture 18 – Solving Polynomial and Rational InequalitiesMissouri State University
48:21
Lecture 19 – Absolute ValuesMissouri State University
32:48
Lecture 20 – Basics of Exponential FunctionsMissouri State University
38:27
Lecture 21 – Interesting ApplicationsMissouri State University
45:51
Lecture 22 – Basic LogarithmsMissouri State University
42:22
Lecture 23 – Log PropertiesMissouri State University
45:07
Lecture 24 – Solving Exponential EquationsMissouri State University
42:59
Lecture 25 – Solving Equations with LogarithmsMissouri State University
34:41
Lecture 26 – Exponential Growth Day 1Missouri State University
38:33
Lecture 27 – Exponential Growth Day 2Missouri State University
24:03
Lecture 28 – Basics of SequencesMissouri State University
46:04
Lecture 29 – Arithmetic Sequences and SeriesMissouri State University
47:43
Lecture 30 – Geometric Sequences and SeriesMissouri State University
48:19
Lecture 31 – Binomial ExpansionsMissouri State University
54:03
Lecture 33 – Linear Equations and Direct VariationMissouri State University
36:28
Lecture 34 – Inverse, Joint and Combined VariationsMissouri State University
22:36
Lecture 35 – Non-Linear SystemsMissouri State University
40:01
Lecture 36 – Basics of ModelingMissouri State University
37:08

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