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Introduction: The information presented here is intended to describe the course goals for current and prospective students as well as others who are interested in our courses. It is not intended to replace the instructional policies and course materials presented in class.
The following information applies to the Newark campus. For information about this course offered at the satellite campuses, see the contacts at the bottom of this web page.
Every effort is made to update this information on a routine basis. However, if you have questions about enrollment, purchasing materials, and prerequisite skills, please check with your advisor or instructor.
The most updated Course Description can be found at the UD Course Description Search. Information on the sections currently offered can be found at the UD Course Search. Additional information about Math 010 offered in the recent semesters can be found in the Math 010 Departmental Syllabus.
Additional Course Description: Math 010 – Intermediate Algebra is a non-credit mathematics course designed to help you prepare for future college mathematics courses, specifically Math 114, Math 115, and Math 117. In this course you will have the opportunity to develop both a conceptual and procedural understanding of algebra. This knowledge will serve you well because algebra is the basic language through which all mathematical and scientific concepts are communicated. The major goals of this course are to:
While this course does not count toward your required credits for graduation, your course grade does appear on your transcript and will indicate your efforts toward acquiring a degree at the University of Delaware. In order to move on to your next math course, you must earn a C- or higher in Math 010.
Course Content: In a typical semester, the following topics are studied:
Your instructor may cover these topics in a different order or may add topics if necessary.
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Required Math Placement Test Level: Students can enroll in this math course with any math placement level. For more information regarding math placement please see the
Math Placement Exam webpage.
Additional Prerequisite Information: In order to succeed in this course, students must have some basic algebra and arithmetic skills. Experience has shown students who enroll without these skills are less likely to succeed.
The pre-requisite skills document gives examples of the types of problems students should be able to complete prior to taking Math 010. Students should be comfortable working with fractions, decimals, percents, and signed numbers without a calculator. Students should have basic algebra manipulation skills used to simplify a basic expression or solve a basic equation. Much of this material is covered in an Arithmetic or Algebra I high school math course. If you do not have these skills, you may need to enroll in a community college math course with a course title of Algebra.
Course Materials: The following course materials are usually required in this course:
Information regarding calculators will be announced in class. Students should always check with their instructor before purchasing any course materials.
Course Format: On the Newark campus during the regular semesters, Math 010 is taught in the Mathematical Sciences Learning Lab (MSLL). During much of class, students work in small groups on activities that focus on concepts and connections between ideas. Students practice the procedures outside of class using an online homework system.
During the fall and spring semesters, the course meets three hours per week. Typically, there are two out-of-class midterm exams and a cumulative final exam taken during Final Exam week.
During the shorter sessions (winter and summer), the course may have a different schedule and may have different course activities and assessments. See
Course Sections for sections currently offered.
Tutorial Resources: There are several campus resources that provide additional assistance.
Satellite Campus Information: Students enrolled at other campuses should contact the math faculty for the specific campus for additional information about this course.
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