# Create a short college algebra studyguide for each week

*label*Mathematics

*timer*Asked: Jun 5th, 2018

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**Question description**

At this point, you should have completed your notes for the past 7 weeks. Simply finish this project by adding your notes for last week. After it is completed, please turn these notes in and use them to help you study for the final. These notes should be at least one page per week and should include formulas as well as any other information you think will help you review for the final exam (definitions, graphs, sample problems, etc).

Login and make a short study guide for week 1-8

Simply go to each weeks lesson and write a short study guide outline about the weeks lesson to study for the final

PLEASE SEPARATE EACH WEEK LIKE BELOW:

WEEK 1: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

WEEK 2: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

AND SO ON FOR EACH WEEK

## Tutor Answer

Attached.

College algebra study guide

WEEK ONE

This week you will learn (or review) several basic algebraic concepts that will form the

foundation for the remainder of the course. Most, if not all of the concepts this week are

applicable to real life applications, but their primary use will been seen when working with more

complex applications throughout the course.

At the successful completion of this week’s lessons, you should be prepared to demonstrate

knowledge of:

•

Mathematical symbols

Basic math symbols

Algebraic symbols

•

Absolute value and the number line

Definition of absolute value

Solving absolute value equations

•

Operations with positive and negative numbers

Arithmetic operations

•

Distributive property

Definition

Application of distributive property to solve algebraic equations

•

Order of operations

Order of operations in algebra

•

Exponents and radicals

Squares and cubes of algebraic variables

Square roots and cube roots of algebraic variables

•

Polynomials - standard form and degrees and coefficient

WEEK TWO

For most of us mathematics is all about solving real life problems, and believe it or not, algebra

is a way to simplify that process. When creating a mathematical model to solve a given

application the end result is usually an equation. Last week, you reviewed some algebraic

concepts upon which we build this week. This week you will learn what equations are and how

to solve a variety of different types of equations.

At the successful completion of this week’s lessons, you should be prepared to demonstrate

knowledge of:

•

Complex numbers

Definition of complex numbers

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