College Algebra
IntroductionEdit
The scope of this learning experience is to study basic mathematical concepts required for adult learners at a college or university level. Learners will become proficient at solving linear and quadratic equations, graphing linear and quadratic equations, functions, exponents and logarithms, and applying these concepts to real world problems.
Don't worry, you will have fun!
Study MaterialsEditInstruction will occur primarily out of the (admittedly incomplete) Algebra Wikibook: Additional resources will be obtained from existing Algebra texts listed below: The Ultimate Collection of Online Courses: 
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Recommended Reading MaterialEdit
The following books contain motivational works by mathematicians that put mathematics into context or exercises that illuminate the study of mathematics that are accessible to someone with a high school education. While this site provides a supportive community of peers and teachers, nothing beats having a wellorganized and wellwritten text that you can carry around and study anywhere to learn from.
 Stewart, Ian. (2006). Letters to a Young Mathematician Perseus Books Group. ISBN 0465082319
 Stewart, Ian. (1995). Concepts of Modern Mathematics Dover Publications. ISBN 0486284247
 Courant, Richard. (1996). What Is Mathematics?: An Elementary Approach to Ideas and Methods Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195105192