# MTH 219 Week 3 Overview

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MTH 219 Week 3 Overview

In Week 1, we learned the foundations of algebra and solved linear equations and inequalities. Last week, we expanded that knowledge to graphing linear equations, which are straight lines. Last week we also performed operations on other types of polynomials which can be curved lines when graphed as equations. This week’s objectives are designed to give you a solid foundation in factoring. Factoring is necessary to find roots of a polynomial, which can tell us important information about an equation or graph when they represent a real-world application. Factoring also helps us simplify and solve rational expressions which are skills we learn and use in Week 4. You should also be able to use technology (like desmos, a graphing calculator, or Microsoft®Excel) to graph and analyze polynomial functions for zeros. We are at the halfway point of this class. While the material in this course is challenging, you can learn it with enough determination. Do not hesitate to ask for help when you need it.

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MTH 219 Week 3 Overview

In Week 1, we learned the foundations of algebra and solved linear equations and inequalities. Last week, we expanded that knowledge to graphing linear equations, which are straight lines. Last week we also performed operations on other types of polynomials which can be curved lines when graphed as equations. This week’s objectives are designed to give you a solid foundation in factoring. Factoring is necessary to find roots of a polynomial, which can tell us important information about an equation or graph when they represent a real-world application. Factoring also helps us simplify and solve rational expressions which are skills we learn and use in Week 4. You should also be able to use technology (like desmos, a graphing calculator, or Microsoft®Excel) to graph and analyze polynomial functions for zeros. We are at the halfway point of this class. While the material in this course is challenging, you can learn it with enough determination. Do not hesitate to ask for help when you need it.

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