Intermediate Algebra Module 1

XMAT Sequence

Topics covered in XMAT 161-1 include real number systems, solving linear equations and inequalities, absolute values, intersections and unions, functions and their graphs, domains and ranges, linear functions, equations of lines, systems of linear equations, and substitution.

The XMAT sequence is an upgrading course that is an excellent stepping stone for anyone who wants to further their math education and has not completed Pre-Calculus 11. XMAT prepares you to enter UNBC MATH 115 Pre-Calculus (an equivalent of Pre-Calculus 12). Specifically XMAT should be taken by anyone who has taken Foundations Math or Apprenticeship and Workplace Math streams in high school and wishes to enter programs that use mathematical thinking such as nursing, business, economics, geography, physical sciences and mathematics. The XMAT sequence can be used for credit at UNBC and is an introduction to what a university course is like. The content is used in many degree programs at university.

Instructor: Price:
$300.00
Location:
Prince George
Session:
Winter 2017
Date & Time:
18 Sep 2017 to 16 Oct 2017
  • Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Registration Deadline:
September 18, 2017

Course Prerequisites

To determine eligibility for the Intermediate Algebra modules, prospective students should contact Dr. Sam Walters, Acting Chair of the Mathematics Department. Dr. Walters can be reached via phone at: 250-960-6627 or by email at: samuel.walters@unbc.ca.