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# Advanced Algebraic Concepts and Applications in Mathematics

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## Advanced Algebraic Concepts and Applications in Mathematics

**Advance your knowledge of algebra calculations Start Today!**

This course is ideal for people who want to gain a thorough understanding and knowledge of advanced topics in algebra.

The advanced algebra topics include linear equations, inequalities, graphs, matrices, polynomials, radical expressions, quadratic equations, functions, exponential, logarithmic expressions, sequences, series, probability and trigonometry.

The course is divided into 13 modules and each module is divided into lessons with theory, examples and video explanations, making for an enhanced study experience.

## Course **Features**

#### Video

High

#### Audio

None

#### Animation

None

#### Equivalent to FETAC

Level 5

#### Equivalent to QCF (UK)

Level 3

#### Language

EN

#### Learning Outcome

#### Modules in Advanced Algebraic Concepts and Applications in Mathematics

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## Advanced Algebraic Concepts and Applications in Mathematics

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## Comments & Reviews

Anne PoeUnited States of America Enjoyed the course 2014-11-12 17:11:52Alyssa ComptonUnited States of America Good explanations, but is there a way we can do practice problems and submit those? Maybe have quizzes in addition to the assessment at the end? I think it would be cool if we could have about a 5-8 problem quiz and then have video explanations that can only be accessed after one has completed the quiz. I'm also finding the first module rather boring- the topic is "advanced algebraic concepts and applications", and I admit that I found that first bit very rudimentary. However, I can see that it picks up as one progresses, so I know it won't stay that way. You might consider making that first module an optional review that isn't graded for completion, so those who don't need it don't have to waste time. I like the examples, wish there was more practice. I am enjoying the class, I like the module layout and I can tell it will be successful. 2014-08-08 15:08:50ALFREDO JR. ARIOS CLAROSingapore Course Module: Module 1: Equations and inequalitiesCourse Topic: Absolute valueComment: good website 2013-05-14 09:05:58ALFREDO JR. ARIOS CLAROSingapore Course Module: Module 1: Equations and inequalitiesCourse Topic: Solve inequalitiesComment: Good 2013-05-14 09:05:41ALFREDO JR. ARIOS CLAROSingapore Course Module: Module 1: Equations and inequalitiesCourse Topic: Line plots and stem-and-leaf plotsComment: this new to me 2013-05-14 09:05:04ALFREDO JR. ARIOS CLAROSingapore Course Module: Module 1: Equations and inequalitiesCourse Topic: Solve equations and simplify expressionsComment: Wonderful..... 2013-05-14 09:05:28Abraham SampaZambia Course Module: Module 1: Equations and inequalitiesCourse Topic: Absolute valueComment: i would like to send me the exercise by post 2013-04-30 16:04:41Abubakar AlhassanGhana Course Module: Module 1: Equations and inequalitiesCourse Topic: Solve equations and simplify expressionsComment: the course is good but i have finished learning and needs exam to write for my certificate 2013-04-28 09:04:00Jan DeurwaarderBotswana Course Module: Module 2: How to graph functions and linear equationsCourse Topic: Functions and linear equations

Comment: Looked at and went through Module 1 and 2 of Adv Algebraic concepts and applications in Maths - however my progress states that each (sub)section is incomplete. What haven't I covered?? 2013-01-16 09:01:49

Jan DeurwaarderBotswana Course Module: Module 2: How to graph functions and linear equationsCourse Topic: Functions and linear equations

Comment: Module 2 A function is NOT an equation. This whole module is a mathematical stew without clear concepts and definition. It will create misconceptions in further learning. We do not want learners to produce free hand graphs - hence in demonstrations a graph board / ruler to be used - no FREE hand sketching. 2013-01-16 09:01:30